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    Epoxy Casting Resins

    Casting resin type Description Casting thickness Processing time Curing Mixing ratio
    Resin : Hardener
    Price
    Epoxy Casting Resin
    + Hardener CRYSTAL-CLEAR
    For high casting thicknesses in one step 7 - 10 cm 600 minutes 48 - 62 hours 100 : 45
    parts by weight
    €€€
    Epoxy Casting Resin EXTRA 600
    + Hardener EXTRA 600
    For medium and higher casting thicknesses in one step 5 cm 600 minutes 24 - 72 hours 100 : 42
    parts by weight
    €€
    Epoxy Casting Resin
    WATER-CLEAR
    + Hardener W 300
    For lower casting thicknesses in one step,
    multilayer potting is possible.
    2 cm 300 minutes 24 - 72 hours 100 : 35
    parts by weight
    Epoxy Casting Resin
    OCEAN BLUE
    + Hardener W 300
    Transparent blue colored. For smaller
    thicknesses in on step, multi-layer potting
    potting is possible.
    2 cm 300 minutes

    24 - 72
    hours

    100 : 35
    parts by weight
    Epoxy Resin HT 2
    + Hardener HT 2
    For low casting thicknesses and coatings 0.5 cm 45 minutes 12 - 24 hours 100 : 48
    party by weight
    €€€

    € = low price, €€ = medium price, €€€ = higher price

    All data on thicknesses, processing time and curing time are only approximate values. A large number of parameters such as temperature, casting volume, substrates have a decisive influence. The values may therefore deviate considerably in practice.

    What is important in processing?

    1. Determine the required resin/hardener quantity. The R&G resin calculator helps you to do this.
    2. Weigh components accurately and mix resin and hardener thoroughly (drill +mixing propeller); then repot into a clean container and mix again.
    3. Allow the batch to stand for 15 - 30 minutes to deaerate. Remove rising air bubbles, which lie as foam on the surface after casting, with a hot air gun or gas flame (fire hazard).
    4. Set up fans (cold air) above the casting (e.g. Rivertable); this has proven effective in preventing overheating.