A clear epoxy coating & casting resin especially designed to create hard wearing, beautiful bar tops and tabletops. Very popular for creative projects to cover coins, family photos, wood, records…..the choice is yours

A hard wearing epoxy resin coating system with a smooth gloss finish. A popular choice which is virtually odourless making application in confined areas quick and easy, can be poured at thickness up to 6mm allowing materials such as coins, wood, bottle tops or pebbles to be embedded in the resin. Pigments and metal powders can be added to change the appearance of castings, although they can reduce the clarity of the resin.

Table Top Resin can also be used to cover artwork, paintings, sculptures & souvenirs. Supplied as 1.5kg, 3kg, 7.5kg or 15kg units

  • Non-Flammable
  • Odour free & solvent free
  • Optically Clear to 6mm
  • Easy to use
  • Self levelling
  • Excellent UV resistance

 

Specifications

  Surfaces   concrete, wood, glass, or metal
  Interior/Exterior   Interior
  Curing time   at 20°C touch dry in 12 hours, hard in 3 days, full cure in 14-21 days
  Primer required?   very porous surfaces should be sealed before pouring the resin
  Coverage   1kg of the mixed product will cover 1m²@ 1mm thick
  Thickness   a 2mm-3mm thickness is recommended for a flooring application
  Pot Life   30 minutes
  Shelf life   one year in sealed containers

 

Mixing

By weight or volume = 2 part resin to 1 part hardener
Note: 
The mixing ratio must be accurately followed, it is not possible to change the ratio as this would result in lower mechanical properties and the resin not drying properly. Pour the required amount of hardener and resin into a large container and stir for 3-5 minutes until the components are completely mixed. Epoxy systems heat up much faster in a pot than as a thin film, so it is important to pour immediately, mix only what is needed within the 60 minute pot life

 

Application

Apply by hand, pouring and moving with trowel or similar. FixMaster Table Top Resin can also be coloured with tints for individual finishes. Ensure the surface is level as the product is initially very thin and will run on a slope. Pours should be no thicker than 5mm.

After pouring, warm air can be passed over the surface to release the trapped air, the heat source should be kept at a distance of approximately 30cm. Do not overheat the surface imperfections could be left. A standard heat gun is advised as hairdryers or blowtorches can create ripples. Keep the heat moving and do not concentrate one area for too long. Keep dust at a minimum in the surrounding areas for at least 24 hours as dust may imbed itself into the uncured resin.

Overcoating
If further coats are required, leave a minimum of 3 days and lightly abrade the surface of the previous pour.

 
Bubbles
Any bubbles created by hand-mixing can be easily popped by using a sharp object or by passing warm air over the surface of the resin (e.g using a blowtorch or hot air dryer on slow speed setting).
 
Blowtorch
Don’t hold the blowtorch or hot air blower closer than 30 cm to your artwork otherwise you risk creating ripples and dimples in the resin finish.
 
Dust
You will need to protect the area from dust accumulation for at least 12-24hrs, try to avoid cross draughts while the area is drying.

 

Technical Data Sheet (PDF)              Safety Data Sheet MSDS (PDF)

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Floor & Table Resin

  • Product Code: FMECRTT
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £64.80

  • Ex Tax: £54.00


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