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Some of our products for sale here can be an irritant to the skin and Fibretech GB recommend the use of protective surgical gloves. You should also consider eye protection if a risk of splashing exists. In addition many chemicals should not be inhaled therefore ensure you work in a well ventilated area.
For best results weigh out the required amount of resin, divide this by 100, then multiply by the Hardener ratio found on Hardener container (weight) to give you Hardener quantity. Then mix well. Always use the correct Hardener for Epoxy Resin as most of the Hardeners are not interchangeable unlike Polyester Resin.
This resin is very low viscosity, which makes an ideal resin for use with lightweight glass cloth on model aircraft wings and fuselage. With its long pot life of 45 minutes, this gives you plenty of working time. The resin curing process should be left at temperature 20°C or above for 24-36 hours.
Usually 2 coats are applied, one to wet out the glass cloth and another to fill the weave of the glass fibre cloth.
This produces a smooth, tough and highly durable
surface. This surface will accept all paints such
as high build filler primer, Humbrol enamels, cellulose,
acrylic, and two pack synthetics.
This resin is very low viscosity and this Resin system is good for making mouldings where a longer pot life is required, the pot life (working time) is 40 minutes and the cure time is 24 hour's at room temp (20°C), This resin and hardener is also ideal for excepting fillers such as:- Micro- balloons, Super lightweight fairing compound, Micro-fibres, Thixotropic agent etc, also great for bonding most materials.
This resin is low viscosity and this system is generally used for making cowls, spinners, wheel spats, small items in a mould. It is also good for using for fast repairs to moulded fuselages and good for joining wings together where a longer working time is needed rather than using five-minute epoxy resin. Also it is good for bonding wood, foam, metals etc.
This resin has a cure time and pot life as follows:-
12-hour cure time with a pot life (working time) of 15 minutes With the 12 hour cure time, the mixing pot can become very warm so we recommend measuring the correct ratio of hardener but once mixed put into a tray to spread out the heat build up. Also only mix up small batches of resin and hardener.
Epoxy Resin with Hardener
GB Laminating Epoxy Resin with Hardener
For Bonding, Laminating, Laminating Items from a Mould or Making Moulds or other components.
Also ideal for adding fillers to this resin
such as Micro balloons, Micro fibres, etc.
Full depth cure
Pot life 40mins / Cure time 24 hours
(Warmer lowers the viscosity of the resin)
Great for bonding to most materials. Also totally fuel proof once cured.This produces thin walled laminates with good rigidity.
For use with Kevlar, Glass & Carbon Fibre. Super Low viscosity
350g - £11.50
700g - £20.00
1.4Kg - £38.50
Epoxy Laminating Resin Pro. with 12 hour
Great for bonding wood, metal, foamed polystyrene, plastic etc.
Also totally fuel proof once cured. This produces
600g - £20.00
1.2Kg - £38.50
The perfect solution for model aircraft
25g 2 Metre Pack £20.00
49g 2 Metre Pack £20.00
Pack includes 2 x 1 metre of Woven Glass Cloth
375g of finishing epoxy resin
Gloves, 1/2" Brush, spatulas, measuring containers, epoxy thinners and instructions.
25g 4 Metre Pack £37.50
49g 4 Metre Pack £37.50
Pack is two of 2 x 1 metre Woven Glass Cloth
750g of finishing epoxy resin
Gloves, 1" Brush, spatulas, measuring containers, epoxy thinners and instructions.
Both the above packs available in two weights of woven glass cloth.
25g and 49g please select from the drop down menu below.
We strongly recommend the use of rollers for applying epoxy resin to glass cloth on model aircraft wings and fuselage for best results.
Based Coating Resin
Matt or Gloss
Dries with a hard finish. 2 coats required or 3 coats if straight on bear wood without sealing surface. Lightly sand surface prior to final coat. Brushes and Tools can be washed off in water. For surface finishing only. Avoid contact with eyes and skin, wear suitable gloves and eye protection. Work in a well ventilated area.
For use with lightweight glass cloth for covering
model aircraft Single part and doesn't attack
foams white, pink or blue. Not as ding resistance
as Finishing Epoxy Resin and Hardener.
397g tin £19.50
Honey wax mould release compound
Priming wax release agent
after 3 minutes rub gently with a soft cotton cloth to
remove straie caused by uneven thick application.
Repeat 3 to 5 times then leave in a warm room for the solvents to evaporate for 12 hours.
After 12 hours then apply the Film release agent PVA
Film release agent PVA
light Micro Balloons
Lightweight Fairing Compound
Holds a feathered edge well without crumbling.
This produces a strong non-sandable durable bonding Paste.
1 litre £8.50
Mix a small amount of epoxy resin and correct ratio of hardener. Spoon out the required amount of micro fibres into a mixing pot and add a small amount of the Activated resin and hardener into the micro fibres to form a paste for fillets.
Add this Thixotropic agent in to epoxy resin and hardener for general thickening of resin.
1 litre £8.50
Non drip. Add 0.5% to 6% by weight of Thixotropic Agent To Resin & Hardener.