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Call 603-435-7199 ANYTIME (including Sundays, nights and holidays). No two bar / table tops are the same. A mistake could be costly. Issues like sealing the surface, how thick to pour, how much epoxy is needed, and dealing with  bubbles are critical items. A quick call gets you information and answers. After calling, a lot of people change their minds about doing a poured epoxy surface. They go for a brushed on spar varnish surface over an epoxy sealer and a brushed on clear epoxy layer. This might be better for you too. Got a few minutes? Let's talk now. WE WELCOME YOUR CALL! Or EMAIL us Instead.

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Bio Clear 810 Contractor Box - Hire a Pro for your next epoxy pour

Ohio based John Martin of Epoxy Concepts has travelled the country pouring Bio Clear 810 epoxy on commercial projects. His largest project, probably a record setter in poured epoxy projects, was a 34 ft by 34 ft  (1156 squ feet) recording studio floor. With the help of 6 assistants Mr. Martin tinted the epoxy blue, added metal flakes to make the poured epoxy sparkle, and poured out over 200 gallons of Bio Clear 810 epoxy.

More common projects for Mr. Martin are commercial bars (may of the bar pictures here are Mr. Martin projects). As the owners tell me, "All the money is made within ten feet of the bar," so the bar gets top billing. Generally it takes about 20 gallons of Bio Clear 810 for commercial  bar surface. Sets of table tops for restaurants are also common projects.

Mr. Martin does not work for us. Our customers hire him directly after purchasing the Bio Clear 810 epoxy from us. Mr. Martin and Epoxy Concepts can be reached at jjgmartin@gmail.com or by calling 859-553-3187

Your project might not be 1156 square feet, but use an professional epoxy that can handle such a huge pour successfully. Bio Clear 810 has a track record and following in the professional marketplace.


"You provide outstanding products, and Fantastic Support. Thank You." Brian S.

"Thanks for all your advice, tips & moral support concerning my project. It turned out beautiful. Quality people backing a quality product is the only way to go!" Joe


 

 

 

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Bio Clear 810 pour on table/bar top epoxy DIY Sampler Kit

New to pour on epoxy projects? Best approach is to order our 48 oz Bio Clear 810 sample kit. Get past the learning curve and gain some experience up front. Don't tackle your Big Project  with products you have no experience using - too risky!  This product is featured on the GreatThings4u.com website.

CLICK HERE to see these products in our online catalog (special purpose epoxies section).

 

The "EPOXY GURU" explains the best treatment for a wooden outdoor table. It is NOT a poured-on epoxy - Table-GURU


 

READ COMMENTS/ FEEDBACK FROM USERS OF BIO CLEAR 810 POUR ON EPOXY - CLICK HERE FOR CUSTOMER FEEDBACK . LOTS OF USEFUL END USER INFORMATION YOU WILL NOT FIND ON OTHER SITES.

 

"As a professional woodworker, I was recently contracted to make a 14 foot curling table for a customer. After doing some research, I came across your Bio-Clear 810 epoxy product and chose it for the price and the eccentric web site. I figured that such a "different" web site MUST be offset by a truly quality product.

I was right!

My customer was delighted with the product and I hope to sell many more of these curling tables in the United States.


Thanks guys ! " -  John

 

Stopping UV damage and UV yellowing  ----------------    Josie Lewis (6/2010) wrote:

Hi Paul: I recently purchased some clear epoxy  and Acrylic Poly UV Plus from your company. I have access to a UV chamber which simulates high altitude direct UV exposure. I thought you might be interested in my findings. I used a Masonite panel painted white and then coated with the epoxy. On half of the epoxy coated panel, I brushed on one coat of UV Poly and put it in the chamber for 644 hours at 50 C (the heat accelerates the exposure). Attached is a picture of the results. The masonite cracked a bit and separated due to a bit of wetness in the wood (unrelated to the resin). The epoxy  ambered dramatically within about 50 hours. After 644 hours, the UV Poly showed a slight bit of ambering from the original control but it is marginal at worst. The technician who ran the test said if it isn't yellow at 644 hours it is basically indestructible. I also tested several other 2-part resin products with the UV Poly and had the same result. You have a great product. I now feel secure knowing that my resin art, protected with the Poly UV Plus, will be archival and protected for long years. I will be ordering more soon!

Best, Josie (6/2010) Order Acrylic Poly UV plus - cannot be sold in Calif. - and all our other products at our King Cart Storefront. Acrylic poly UV Plus is in the non-epoxy section.

 

 

 

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The only Cycloaliphatic Table Top Epoxy

PARTIAL DATA SHEET

BIO CLEAR 810 (tm)

Cycloaliphatic

Crystal Clear

Slow, Gentle Cure

Cures to Wet or Damp Surfaces

 

Solvent-Free

Easy 2:1Mixing Ratio (1:.43 by weight)

Approx. 20% Elongation

VOC Class: Mastic VOC = 0

 

STANDARD

PRODUCT

DESCRIPTION

 

Bio-Clear 810 Epoxy is a 100% solids, low viscosity, clear resin system designed for tables and bar tops. This product is moisture insensitive and has good chemical resistance and

physical properties including approximately 20% elongation, slow and gentle exotherm and has a cycloaliphatic

curing agent.

 

Best applied to rough surfaces or as a thick film as product will ‘dimple’, crawl/

creep if brushed or rolled onto smooth surfaces.

 

USES

 

 

Table Tops

 

FEATURES

 

Low viscosity

Convenient 2 to 1 ratio by volume (1 to .43 by weight)

Bonds to damp surfaces (moisture tolerant) -- did you water test your prepared bar top for leaks, etc?

Self-leveling

Solvent-free (no odor)

 

CURE SCHEDULE

 

POT LIFE@ 70°F ........................ 45 minutes (6 ounce sample) larger amounts will have less time

TACK FREE ................................. 8 -12 hours

HARD TO TOUCH....................... 24 hours

FULLY CURED............................ 5 days

 

DIRECTIONS

Surface to be top coated must be clean and free of oils, grease and loose contamination. The epoxy and the

surface to be coated should be at a constant 68 degrees or warmer for 24 hours before and after the pour. Do

not apply in direct sunlight. Epoxy and application surface should be approximately the same temperature

prior to application. This will minimize any effects that temperature may generate during the curing process.

 

Mix Bio-Clear 810 epoxy base with theBio-Clear 810 curing agent. Part A may have a slightly yellow tint

and B should be clear prior to mixing - if not, do not proceed and contact supplier). Mixture will also

be clear after mixing. A mechanical mixer will help ensure thorough mixing but if using a mechanical mixer,

use a low speed to reduce the generation of air bubbles. Do not mix the epoxy in the same containers that the

epoxy came in. Pour the proper ratio of the two components into a large enough container to allow adequate,

vigorous mixing without having the epoxy splash out. The mixing ratio is 2/1 (base/curing agent) by volume

or 1/0.43 by weight.

 

Bubbles resulting from the mixing will rise to the surface and most or all will pop. Heat

from a torch or hair drier (set on low) will usually pop most remaining bubbles. It is never possible to

completely mix all of the epoxy in your mixing container. The epoxy at the corner of the bottom and sides,

and on the bottom will probably not be mixed well enough. Therefore, after mixing do not try to get every

last drop out of the mixing container (don’t overturn the mixing container and drain it for a long period of

time). Bio-Clear 810 does not require a ‘sweat-in’ or induction time and the mixed components should be

used immediately.

 

 

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