MASTIC FOR MARBLE AND GRANITE
Hitek crystal solid
|Surface Of Application
|Country of Origin
|Made in India
Epokitt 5113 Marble Adhesive Glue
|> 1 Kg
Epokitt epoxy resin is a product resulting from the reaction between liquid epichlorohydrin and bisphenol A, modified with a bifunctional reactive diluent. Its low viscosity allows penetration into very thin cracks. Its low surface tension also allows an improved surface wettability and adhesion The reactive diluent increases its pot life as well as its flexibility. It also limits the strength of the solvent and improves its resistance to acids. Tixo version does not turn yellow even after years. Improved filling power, less odor, lower vapor pressure and potentially lower risks for what concerns the treatment of epoxy resins. EPOKITT is used in civil engineering where high loading filler (flooring), plastering, concrete reinforcement, structural adhesives, high solid paints and applications to be injected into cracks, are required.This resin can also be used to reinforce marble slabs, by making it penetrate into cracks, or even by welding the fiberglass net in the back of a slab. On some types of granite, it may enhance the wet effect.The EPOKITT has a low tendency to crystallization. In order to definitely prevent it, it is enough to keep the product at temperatures not lower than 25 °C.
APPLICATION :Prepare the surface to be treated by cleaning it up and possibly by sanding it with a 250 grit sandpaper to make it as uniform as possible. Withdraw an appropriate amount of resin and add the required amount of catalyst, according to given ratios and mix.Apply a uniform layer with a roller or brush as needed and allow it to dry for as long as necessary. The product forms a thin protective film that is completely transparent and does not alter the characteristics of the medium on which it is applied.
SPECIFICATIONS : Mixing ratio - 100g : 50g Gel time : 20 - 30 minutes. Dry to touch (25 °C): 2 - 3 hours. Complete Curing(25 °C) : 24 - 36 hours. Polishable(25 °C) : After 4-5 hours.