Steel Repair Epoxy Liquid
Steel repair epoxy liquid cures at room temperature and stands as a robust solution for maintenance, repair, and tooling purposes. It possesses the capability to be poured onto models, ensuring precise detail replication. Once fully cured, this compound can undergo drilling, tapping, machining, and painting procedures.
Repairing pipes, valves, tanks.
Repair of very weak metals.
Iron repair and molding
Building up worn equipment.
Where to Use
Low viscosity, self-leveling liquid.
Fix to stainless steel, steel and many other metals, as well as concrete.
Machine casting to metallic finish.
Resistant to chemicals and most acids, bases, solvents and alkalis.
How to Use
Steel repair epoxy liquid only be applied to clean, dry and well roughened surfaces.
(1) Remove all loose material and surface contamination and clean with a suitable solvent which leaves no residue on the surface after evaporation such as acetone, MEK, isopropyl alcohol, etc.
(2) If necessary, apply moderate heat to remove ingrained oil and clean again with solvent.
(3) Roughen surface by abrasive blasting, grinding, rotary file or other appropriate means.
Combine the hardener with the resin and thoroughly blend using a spatula or a similar tool until a consistent,streak-free texture is achieved within approximately 4 minutes. Ensure to mix the material from the bottom and sides of the container.
Apply it using a spatula, pressing firmly to prevent air entrapment and guarantee optimal surface coverage.
Use fiberglass, sheet metal or wire mesh to fill large gaps and holes.
STEP4. CLEANING EQUIPMENT
Wipe excess material from tools immediately. Use acetone, MEK, isopropyl alcohol or similar solvent as needed.