Smooth-On Epic Epoxy Thinner Pint

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Epic™ Epoxy Thinner is a clear, water-like liquid that will lower the
viscosity of Smooth-On casting and laminating epoxies. Epic™ can be
added in different proportions to an epoxy system and improves
flow-ability, making it easier to mix and pour. Epic™ will also aid in
reducing bubble entrapment.

Epic™ Epoxy Thinner IS NOT A SOLVENT, is not hazardous and contains
no VOC’s or phthalates. Solvents that are commonly used to thin epoxies
cause shrinkage. Epic™ is 100% reactive fluid, does not evaporate and
does not cause shrinkage. Epic™ also facilitates higher filler loading
and gives better wetting and impregnation.

 

Instructions

PREPARATION - Store and use all materials at 73°F /
23°C. Avoid breathing fumes - use in a well ventilated area at minimum.
NIOSH approved respirator is recommended. Wear safety glasses, long
sleeves and rubber gloves to minimize skin contact.

USAGE - Epic™ Thinner is added by weight. A gram
scale is required. Read and follow directions given on the technical
bulletin for the EpoxAcast™ or EpoxAmite™ product before adding Epic™
Thinner.

Important - Physical and performance properties
(including Shore hardness) of cured epoxy system may be lower in
proportion to the amount of Epic Thinner added. Do not exceed
recommended loading maximum of 10% of epoxy Part A, as the epoxy system
may not cure. A small scale test is recommended if outcome is uncertain.

MEASURING AND MIXING - Add Epic™ Thinner to Part A
of the epoxy system and pre-mix thoroughly before adding Part B. Mix all
parts thoroughly and apply. Usage Example - Epic™ Epoxy Thinner and
EpoxAmite™ 100 with 101 Hardener 100g EpoxAmite 100 (Part A) + 5g Epic™
Thinner (Mix Thoroughly) + 24g EpoxAmite™ 101 Hardener (Part B) =
Viscosity: 900 cps Shore Hardness: 84D

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