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Epoxy Resins

Epoxy Resins
Epoxy Resins
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Product Code : 01
Price And Quantity
  • Minimum Order Quantity
  • 10 Kilograms
Product Specifications
  • Storage
  • Room Temperature
  • Surface Finish
  • Smooth
  • Texture
  • Smooth
  • Physical Form
  • Liquid
  • Raw Material
  • Epoxy
  • Application
  • Industrial
  • Color
  • Colorless
  • Type
  • Other
  • Grade
  • Chemical
Product Description
Epoxy resin is a type of thermosetting polymer that is commonly used in a variety of applications, such as floor and wall coatings, adhesives, and composites. An epoxy resin is defined as a molecule containing more than one epoxy group capable of being converted to a thermoset form. Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin (ECH) and bisphenol-A (BPA), though the latter may be replaced by other raw materials (such as aliphatic glycols, phenol and o-cresol novolacs) to produce specialty resins. The epoxy resins can be obtained in either liquid or solid states. Epoxy resin is a thermosetting polymer, which means it hardens through a chemical reaction when mixed with a hardener or curing agent. The reaction creates strong chemical bonds between the molecules, resulting in a durable, rigid material. Once hardened, epoxy is extremely strong, dimensionally stable, and chemical-resistant. Epoxy offers a wide variety of advantages over other adhesives and coatings, including: Exceptional strength, minimal shrinkage. Epoxy resin is typically a two-part adhesive that can be used for repairs. It is often used to fix broken objects or to create a sealant. The adhesive will harden and form a strong bond once mixed together. This makes epoxy resin ideal for repairing items such as vases, figurines, ornaments, and more.
Trade Information
  • Supply Ability
  • 1000 Kilograms Per Week
  • Delivery Time
  • 2 Days
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