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COUNTERTOP EPOXY-HIGH HEAT RESISTANT 1.5-gal KIT

$181.00

Countertop Epoxy 2:1

Pot Life 15-20 min /Cure Time 24 Hours / Full Cure 3-4 days / Re-Coat 12 hours

Highly UV Resistant, High Gloss, ZERO VOC – Essentially Odorless, High Heat Resistance, Scratch Resistant, Chemical Resistant, Impact Resistant

100% Non-Toxic (Food Safe), Meets USDA Requirements for Food Contact

E2u Countertop Epoxy was formulated specifically for heat resistant countertop finish. The revolutionary formula prevents Countertops from leaving hot-pot marks at high levels of heat. It is self-leveling, zero VOC, essentially odorless. This dynamic blend gives a unique and highly decorative look. It meets USDA requirements for incidental food contact. This material cures blush-free and provides an outstanding balance of physical strength and flexibility.

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SKU: CTE-KT-CL-1.5G-PJ Category:

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS:

The ratio of Countertop Epoxy is 2 to 1. That is two parts A (resin) to one
part B (hardener).
Note: If using a drill/paddle mixer, use a low speed (not to exceed 300 rpm) to
prevent air entrapment.
1. Premix 6-10% Metallic Powder into “A” Resin for 3 to 5 minutes. Allow standing for a minimum of 5 – 10 minutes
to allow any air mixed in to escape.
2. Add Part “B” Hardener and mix for another 60-90 seconds.
3. E2U Epoxy is designed to be immediately poured. Leaving
the mixed product in the container will greatly reduce pot life. Once poured
out, 45-60 minutes of working time can generally be expected

ADVANTAGES:

  •  High Heat Resistant
  • Scratch-ResistantChemical & Impact Resistant
  • ZERO VOC
  • Essentially Odorless
  • 100% Non-Toxic (food safe) and Anti-Bacterial
  • Long Working Time
  • Excellent flowability
  • Self Leveling
  • No amine blush
  • High Gloss, & Color Stability
  • Modified to be highly UV resistance

CLEAN UP:

E2U Countertop Epoxy, while in an un-reacted state, may be cleaned up with hot water and degreaser. Isopropyl alcohol or acetone may be needed once the resin begins hardening. Lastly, a strong solvent like methylene chloride may be required if the resin is nearly set up.