A two-part compound used to fill holes in damaged wood. Once dry, epoxy patches are very strong and can be sanded, primed and painted.
A common form of adhesive (glue) that produces a very strong adhesive bond between substrates. Epoxy comes in liquid or putty form and in two parts. The epoxy base is intermixed with a catalyst immediately before application. Once the two parts are mixed, working time is limited.
A two part adhesive consisting of the resin and the hardener. A good choice for securing nonporous surfaces such as metal, glass, and some plastics.
A thermosetting resin made by combining mainly Dyglycydal Ether or Bisphenol-A and a Polyamine curing agent.
two resins that when mixed together, harden to form a strong bond
A plastic coating applied to the surface of metal, which may look like enameling.
Two-part (hardener and resin) thermosetting adhesive. Very resistant to chemical attack. Good for bonding nonporous materials such as plastic to metal.
A durable resin characterized by excellent resistance to chemicals.
type of glue used to repair costume jewelry.
a coating that dries into a very hard substance
refers to a two-pack paint or glue. The paint or glue is particularly hard or strong as the two-pack system contains a curing or hardening agent so that when the two packs are mixed together there is a chemical reaction between the packs rather than a simple â€œdrying or evaporation â€œ system of a single pack.!-- google_ad_client = "pub-8039990704443990"; google_ad_width = 468; google_ad_height = 60; google_ad_format = "468x60_as"; google_ad_type = "text_image"; google_ad_channel ="6807473505"; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "0000FF"; google_color_text = "000000"; google_color_url = "FF3300";
A 2-part adhesive system consisting of resin and hardener. It does not start to harden until the elements are mixed together. NOT compatible with Fiberglas® Resin.
Very tough, durable and resistant synthetic resin used in specialized coatings.
Epoxy is used as a glue, sealant and filler in modern wooden boat building. For more information, read CLC boats fantastic article on the use of epoxy. Research "epoxy" on the web, discussion groups or BoatBloggers.com
(epoxide) A family of thermosetting resin materials having high strength and low shrinkage during curing; used as a coating or adhesive.
Designating a resin used in strong, resistant glues, enamels, etc.
a thermosetting resin; used chiefly in strong adhesives and coatings and laminates
glue with epoxy; "epoxy the shards"
A two part adhesive used to bond materials from wood to composites to metals. Epoxies are especially useful in bonding metal to wood in stair applications. Epoxies vary in strength, setting time and elasticity once cured.
A type of paint, adhesion or plastic noted for high mechanical strength, good adhesion and chemical resistance.
a two-part resin and catalyst adhesive that cures rather than dries.
Extremely tough and durable synthetic resin used in some coatings. Epoxy coatings are extremely tough, durable and highly resistant to chemicals, abrasion, moisture and alcohol.
A special Paint that is made from chemicals that when combined together or when exposed to air, will form a highly tight internal bond and be able to resist standing water or extreme surface abuse
Two-part adhesive used to secure golf shafts to heads, among other clubmaking operations. See also "24-Hour Cure Epoxy", "Quick-Set Epoxy" and "Five-Minute" Epoxy."
A term used for a family of resins with excellent adhesions. Usually forms a very strong film with excellent chemical resistance. Supplied as one-part systems (catalyst already added) and two-part systems (resin and catalyst separate). One-part sytems have shorter shelf life and must be heat cured. Two-part systems have a short pot life.
A type of powder coating manufactured using epoxy resins, generally having high mechanical strength and corrosion resistance. But limited in gloss and colour retention when exposed to sunlight. Epoxy Resin Film forming binder usually made from Biphenyl-A and Epicholrohydrin. Characterised as a Polyther.
A most versatile group of thermosetting polymers for adhesive, sealant, coating, potting/encapsulation, impregnation and coating uses; can be two component room temperature curing or one part heat curing compositions; feature high physical strengths, superior resistance to chemical and/or environmental damage and excellent dimensional stability; widely employed for structural adhesive applications and as electrical insulation materials; special formulations are available which feature high electrical and/or thermal conductivity; remarkably wide service temperature range.
Type of adhesive recommended to install forged balusters and collars.
Products made from synthetic resin derived from petroleum. Epoxies, which are generally cured by catalysts, are perhaps the most durable of all coatings.
A bonding agent that is mixed with a catalyst to harden through an endothermic reaction between the two materials. Epoxy has strong adhesive qualities and remains very stable. It is very strong when mixed with a reinforcing material such as glass fibers.
A common form of glue that creates strong adhesion between substrates.
A common surface coating that forms a tight surface structure, is strongly adhesive and shrinks little, if at all.
A type of plastic resin used by some manufacturers in place of polyester resin. Usually an epoxy-user also uses a polystyrene blank, which can be badly affected by polyester resins.
A strong adhesive substance
A group of synthetic resins used in the manufacture of electrical insulating materials, adhesives, coatings and structural laminates. Low-molecular-weight epoxy resins may be skin sensitizers.
A family of thermosetting resins used in the packaging of semiconductor devices. Epoxies form a chemical bond to many metal surfaces.
A common form of glue that creates a strong adhesive between substances.
Plastics based on resins made by the reaction of epoxides or oxiranes with other materials such as amines, alcohols, phenols, carboxylic acids, acid anhydrides and unsaturated compounds.
Epoxy is a modern adhesive used extensively in the R/C hobby as well as other places. Epoxy (as a glue) is typically used by mixing 2 parts together (resin and hardener) and a catalytic reaction occurs hardening the mix. You can read about epoxy and other glues by clicking Glues.
An adhesive used in the connector termination process.
Two part chemical composition (Catalyst and resin). They may be clear or colored. One form is used in the production of Dalle-De-Verre panels. Another type is used in the adhesion of broken glass during restoration.
A two-part resin/hardener glue that is used to put together models. Epoxy is extremely tough.
A type of plastic resin being used by more and more manufacturers in place of polyester resin. Epoxy boards will usually be made using a polystyrene (EPS) blank as polyurethane blanks react with the epoxy resin. Epoxy offers a strength advantage over polyester (glass) boards and is now available in many forms suitable for recreational ( Take Off, NSP, Circle One and BIC), intermediate (Take Off, BIC) and advanced surfers ( CSK, Tuff Lite and Surf Tech). For more information see our board buyers guide.
the adhesive used to connect the shaft to the clubhead. This powerful adhesive must cure for 24 hours before a club can be used.
A tough, water-resistant and chemical-resistant polymer or coating, adhesive or patching material made with this type polymer; usually made with two components blended at time of application.
Any of numerous synthetic resin compounds, usually thermosetting, which are capable of forming tight cross-linked polymer structures characterized by toughness, strong adhesion and high corrosion and chemical resistance. Used for making casts and as a high-strength glue.
Resin formed by the reaction of bisphenol and epichlorohydrin.
A two-component adhesive with high strength and low shrinkage during cure. Epoxies are tough and known for their resistance to chemical and environmental damage, as well as their usefulness as structural adhesives. Some formulations are used as potting agents, while others are useful as thermal or electrical conductors.
A synthetic resin derived from petroleum products that can be cured by a catalyst or used to upgrade other synthetic resins to form a harder, more chemical resistant film.
resin used in strong, resistant glues & enamels; admixtures for concrete products
A resin used in strong glues and enamels.
A two-part resin/hardener glue that is extremely strong. It is generally available in 6 and 30-minute formulas. Used for critical points in the aircraft where high strength is necessary.
A two-part bonding agent typically used for gluing resin parts.
A hard synthetic resin often used in floor finishes, paints, and sealers.
Products made from synthetic resins derived from the petroleum industry. Epoxies are characterised by their adhesion and resistance properties.
A family of resins of many types, usually with very good adhesion and chemical protection, but only moderate resistance to light. Normally used in two-pack form with another resin. Used in powders for interior to under-the bonnet car applications.
A thermosetting resin characterized by toughness, strong adhesion, and low shrinkage.
Any of various resins capable of forming tight cross-linked polymer structures characterized by toughness, strong adhesion, and low shrinkage, used especially in surface coatings and adhesives.
A two-part compound of resin and hardener used as a very strong waterproof glue. It is often used in conjunction with fiberglass cloth or tape.
Clear finish having excellent adhesion qualities; extremely abrasion and chemical resistant. Epoxies are alcohol proof and very water resistant.
A thermosetting resin, having the property of becoming permanently hard and rigid when heated or cured. Syn.: epoxy resin, epoxy glue.
A coloring agent used in costume jewelry that is thicker and harder than paint and can only be applied by hand.
Clear, fast—drying glues for joining glass to glass.
a strong two part adhesive consisting of a resin & hardener, great for heavier pieces. filati
a class of synthetic, thermosetting resins that produce tough, hard, chemical-resistant coatings and adhesives.
A group of thermosetting resins, well adapted to molding and therefore popular with sculptors. Epoxies are also used in adhesives, laminates, enamels and coatings.
Liquid-like plastic with an added catalyst that causes a chemical reaction, which allows it to dry to a hard finish.
Epoxy or polyepoxide is a thermosetting epoxide polymer that cures (polymerizes and crosslinks) when mixed with a catalyzing agent or "hardener". Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin and bisphenol-A. The first commercial attempts to prepare resins from epichlorohydrin occurred in 1927 in the United States.