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Pioneer Marine Epoxy

Pioneer Marine Epoxy

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PIONEER MARINE EPOXY is a 100 % solids thermosetting plastic compound that forms strong bonds on a wide variety of rigid materials (i.e. glass, metals, ceramics, concrete, wood and some plastics except polyethylene, soft PVC and tefon). It is used as boat filler for hair line gaps, as a putting compound and as an adhesive.

Key Features:

  • Heavy-duty epoxy adhesive
  • 100% solids content
  • Solvent-free formulation
  • Low VOC
  • Non-ammable
  • Non-shrinkable
  • Water-resistant
  • Solvent-resistant
  • Chemical-resistant
  • Sandable and Paintable

Applications (Ideas):

  • Adhesive for boat building
  • Gap sealer for wood imperfections and joints
  • Repairing or restorations of wooden boat
  • As putty ( masilya) for wooden boat

Product Specifications / Typical Properties / Physical Characteristics:
Wet Properties*
Parameters Component A Component B (RESIN) (HARDENER)

  1. Appearance Gray, soft paste Beige, soft paste
  2. Specic Gravity 1.84 1.65
  3. Viscosity @ 25ºC 1,100,000-2,200,000 cps 1,100,000-2,100,000 cps
  4. Solids Content 100% 100%

Mixed State Properties*
Parameters Results

  1. Mixing Ratio 1 part A: 1 part B (by volume)
  2. Appearance Gray
  3. Potlife @ 24-33ºC 60-120 minutes
  4. Setting Time @ 24-33ºC 4-8 hours

Cured State Properties*
Parameters Results

  1. Full cure time 72 hours
  2. Hardness (after 24 hours), 75 minimum shore D
  3. Shrinkage nil
  4. Water resistance Excellent
  5. Chemical Resistance Resistant to oil, gasoline and most chemicals (not resistant to concentrated acids and solvents)
  6. Weathering Resistance Color will fade through time (epoxy-based products are typically not UV-resistant)
  7. Lap Shear Strength 700 psi (wood-wood) ASTM D905
  8. Tensile Strength 3000 psi ASTM D638
  9. Flexural Strength 4700 psi ASTM D790
  10. Compressive Strength 7400 psi ASTM D695

*Typical Values and characteristics only.

Application Procedure:

A. Surface Preparation:
Surface contaminants such as dirt, grease, oil or wax must be removed from areas to be joined. Clean surfaces by sanding, sandblasting or brushing for stronger bonds. Surfaces should be clean and ready for application before the adhesive is mixed.

B. Mixing:
Mix equal parts by volume of components A and B. Better to use separate spatulas (or spoon) to avoid contamination. Blend thoroughly until color streaks disappear and a uniform color is obtained. To avoid loss of application time and wastage, mixing would be accomplished within 5 minutes and prepare a mixture quantity just enough to be consumed within the pot life period.

C. Method:

  1. Apply mixed compound with a putty knife or spatula on one or both faces of glue joints.
  2. Join surfaces with sufcient pressure to ensure complete contact.
  3. Allow to cure or to harden.
  4. Unnecessary handling should be avoided until cure is complete. On its uncured state, scrape off excesses from edges or joints or immediately spread out the mixture on surfaces to be settled, lled or patched.

D. Cleaning:
Clean all tools or equipment used while adhesive is still in its uncured state. Use Pioneer Epoxy Reducer or solvents to clean tools and spills.

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