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WARNING: Don't buy epoxy from any source  that doesn't have batch numbers or Date of Manufacture stamped on to  their products labels.. Like all primary source manufacturers and vendors, we track each each unit with a batch number or manufacturing date hand added to each container label. It is a labor intensive, hands-on process that marketing based companies and firms that just want to push product and take your money don't do. Most (maybe all) of out competitors don't track or provide this information. They don't know it, or they don't want to let you know how old their product is. Only buy your epoxy chemicals from vendors that label their epoxies with actual batch numbers or Date of Manufacture. Call before ordering and ask if that information will be on all containers shipped out. 

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CLEAR EPOXIES AND UV PROTECTION

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UV blockers/absorbers CANNOT be added to cross-linking thermo-set resin systems like epoxies (they can be added to 2 part polyurethanes). Anyone that tells you they have a UV resistant epoxy or a non yellowing epoxy is either ignorant or lying to you. You decide if you want to do business with dishonest companies/individuals.

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-- More on clear epoxy (and non epoxy) coatings and finishes - (www.clear4u.html).

-- Use our clear Bio Clear 810 for pour on (pourable) epoxy table top and bar top surfaces - find this product below (or click here)

-- Add a warming tone to your clear epoxy, solvent based clear coat, or enhance your India Spar Varnish amber tone. Order our 4 ounce "Warm-Tone Dye Solution" additive - good for warming about a gallon of clear coat. Find it in our Marine Catalog/Section 8-Misc. --- Industrial/Home Catalog/Section I-Misc. ---- (It's in the MISC section of our 3rd party storefront when you order online).

-- Now you can pigment your clear epoxy (to see better what you are doing). We have epoxy pigments - see section http://www.epoxyproducts.com/i_misc.html

 Pour on Table Top epoxy scam (click here)

Available in clear gloss only UV Blocking Products offered by Progressive Epoxy Polymers

1) Acrylic Poly UV Plus - a two part LPU clear gloss coating with max UV protection. LPU coatings are very tough. Similar to Auto Clear Coat. Not a user friendly coating. Best applied by spray, or "roll and tip" methods on most applications. Roller applied on floors. Often used to keep epoxy floors from yellowing. Sold in gallon units. High solvent levels. Not for sale in Southern California. Apply two coats.


2) UV Blocker - Inhibitor /Crysta-Lac /Crab Coat - a water borne (not water based) product that combines the best properties of water based and solvent based clear gloss products. Easy to apply with brush. Often used for epoxy bar tops and outside yard objects. Sold by the pint. Not for sale in Southern California. Apply two coats.


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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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Low V Epoxy (solvent free - odorless)

Recommended for Shipping Container floor seal/coating

LINKS:http://www.jetsongreen.com/2014/02/building-the-tin-can-cabin-from-shipping-containers.html
LINKS: http://www.tincancabin.com/2010/09/the-floor-dilemma/

Low V (catalog)  -----  BUY NOW

 

Also consider Aluthane (TM) mcu aluminum paint to cover lead based paint and stop/prevent rust on container walls/roof

 


 


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Epoxy Clear Top Resin™ Epoxy:

Epoxy Clear Top Resin

PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW

   
PRO Thin, clear topcoat, low yellowing (floors, tables, bars)
CON only comes in 1 gal units


For clear coat sealing of epoxy/paint chip floors and for POUR ON (and let it drip over the side Bar Tops and Table Tops)


Epoxy floors with decorative paint chips in them (see www.epoxyproducts.com/chips4u.html) can either have the chips sprinkled into the pigmented epoxy, or more professionally, applied on and rolled into a clear coat (solvent free epoxy or high solvent polyurethane) that is applied over the pigmented, cured, base coat. Often another coat is then applied.

Coverage is about 100 sq per one gallon kit on epoxy garage floors

about 12/15 sf when poured on level table tops and allowed to drip over the sides

Note that the Part A is not crystal clear but a bit amber/honey (unlike the other products). However, it looks very clear when only 1/8  or 1/4 inch thick.

  all about bar and table top epoxies


1 gallon kit - $74

 


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Often used with our INDIA MARINE SPAR VARNISH on tables or bar tops. This product cannot be sold in California.

 


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Bio-Clear 810™ (almost non- yellowing" Bar Top Table Top Pour - On cyclo-aliphatic Epoxy:

 

TOP SELLING POUR ON BAR TOP AND TABLE TOP CYCLOALIPHATIC EPOXY RESIN

 

Bio Clear 810™ EPOXY

PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW

   
PRO Long successful track record for pour-on bar tops/tables - Cycloaliphatic system for makes it the best qual
CON fisheyes if applied too thin on flat, very smooth surfaces. Relatively short shelf life.

THIS IS THE ONLY TABLE TOP EPOXY THAT USES A CYCLO-ALIPHATIC FORMULATION AND  CONTAINS NO NONYL PHENOL (THAT IS WHY IT IS THE BEST AND THE FAVORITES FOR PROFESSIONALS_

BIO CLEAR 810 xx    EMAIL   US xx
         
air shippable     cycloaliphatic system xx
no nonyl phenol xx   epoxy adduct system  
multi curing agents     bulk pricing  
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2 part epoxy xx   2 part poly  
apply underwater     bubble breakers xx
favorite(s) product list     data sheets xx
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find in non marine cat xx   find in marine catalog  
PRICES/ind/commercial xx   PRICES/marine section  
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Super Clear - Extremely low yellowing - cycloaliphatic Pourable Tablet op and Bar top Epoxy (requires 1/4 edge all around the surface and 1/4 inch pours (1 gal of epoxy will do 6 sf at 1/4 inch thick.) see table top bar top page

This is a thin (for min bubbles) very clear epoxy. It is a cycloaliphatic epoxy system, making one of the most weather resistant, slowest yellowing epoxies on the market. More on these cycloaliphatics. Cyclo epoxies cost a bit more but are a much better quality, better performing epoxy for your $$ project.

Used by the craftsman, wood workers, DIY folks and PRO (who have all tried different products before). Very thin for self leveling and little or no bubbles, this is what to use for your basement man room bar - fancy table or craft project.

It is sometimes also used to pebble deck surfaces to reseal. Generally our Basic No Blush is the formulated outdoor epoxy used on pebble decks but when a thinner coating with almost no UV yellowing is needed the Bio Clear 810 is a good way to go.

 

IF YOU DON'T USE CYCLOALIPHATIC BASED BIO CLEAR 810 YOU'LL REGRET IT BIG TIME. HERE'S WHY....

A commercial epoxy pour contractor recently used our Bio Clear 810 to replace a badly yellowed epoxy poured covered logo on the INSIDE  floor of regional airport terminal with our 'almost no yellowing' Bio Clear 810 (cyclo-aliphatic epoxies to the rescue!)

This is a good example of why you want to use only a cyclo-aliphatic epoxy for your bar top. The other clear epoxies sold for table tops suffer from bad (excessive?) yellowing (and I bet they don't even mention it on their web sites). 

Don't be like the first contractor that just poured some cheap clear epoxy over the airport logo and thought they did a good job. It looked fine to start with and the contractor made a few extra dollars using generic clear epoxy. Too bad. The airport was lucky they could redo their badly damaged cheap epoxy mistake. Most folks cannot redo their special poured epoxy table top.

 NOTE: Because of the yellowing, it is generally not a good idea to have a poured epoxy table / bar outside in the sun, but if you do - use our cycloaliphatic epoxy and keep it covered when not in use.

 

 Pour on Table Top epoxy scam (click here)

The "EPOXY GURU" explains the best treatment for a wooden outdoor table. It is NOT a Bio Clear 810 poured-on epoxy - Table-GURU

The same additives  that eliminates nearly all the bubbles has a downside. If you apply Bio Clear too thin (say more than  6 - 10 square feet per gallon), it may 'fisheye', "crater", "alligator hide' etc. This is not a product you brush on like paint or sealer. If you are looking for that kind of epoxy, call us for other epoxy options at: 603 435 7199

 

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3 gallon kit - $210

1.5 gallon kit - $122

48 oz kit (0.375 gal) - $60

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PRODUCT NOTES/COMMENTS:

A commercial epoxy pour contractor recently used our Bio Clear 810 to replace a badly yellowed epoxy covered logo in the INSIDE  floor of regional airport terminal with our 'almost no yellowing' Bio Clear 810 (cyclo-aliphatic epoxies to the rescue!) This is a good example of why you want to use only a cyclo-aliphatic epoxy for your bar top. The other clear epoxies sold for table tops suffer from bad (excessive?) yellowing (and I bet they don't even mention it on their web sites).  Because of the yellowing, it is generally not a good idea to have a poured epoxy table / bar outside in the sun, but if you do - use our cycloaliphatic epoxy and keep it covered when  not in use.

 

A block of Bio Clear 810 (tm) shown with router rounded edges, an embedded coin, and routed "X" filled in with black epoxy.

 

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.

 

 


 

(epoxies yellow in UV - More on UV blockers)

- very similar to our Low V epoxy with very similar viscosity. A cycloaliphatic epoxy. Crystal clear, with EXTREMELY low yellowing. Approx. 20% flex/elongation. Recommended for epoxy table and bar tops, etc. table tops. Be sure to read the application notes  at the table top page or on the data sheet .


..Click here for the latest "how to instructions and comments" formatted as a PDF file for easy downloading/printing..


THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE BRUSHED/ROLLED ON AS A PAINT OR SEALER COAT ON SMOOTH SURFACES. IT WILL 'dimple', 'creep', 'crawl' (whatever you want to call it) IF USED IN THIS MANNER. Can be poured on 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick at a time (thicker in very small - few ounces - pours).

 


 

Important User Notes:

Mixing: even a slightly less then perfect mixing can ruin a table pour and Murphy's Law seems to always apply. First make sure parts A and B are clear (part A and/or by may have a slight yellow or amber tint, this will not be visible in your pour).

Get everything at the same temperature - epoxy and the all surfaces and keep it that way for a day or so after the pour. Avoid applying near windows etc. where sunlight will change the temperature. Temperature changes (warmer temps) may cause bubbles to form.

Next, mix a bit of A and B (2:1 mix ratio) and test on your surface. This is to give you experience with the product, test compatibility with your surface, bubbles coming out of the surface, etc. No one wants surprises with the main pour! Make sure your edges/corners don't leak! (you can seal with a bit of this test bit of epoxy - then re-test for leaks!).

Now, mix up batches no larger than 1.5 gallons at a time. Larger batches can be harder to mix well, are more likely to spill, etc. Mix in a separate, large, third container. Pouring into and out of this third container aids mixing. Using a large container will mean you can mix vigorously without concern of it spilling out over the top. Not mixing well vertically (mixing the top and bottom layers) is a disappointment waiting to happen!

Don't try to get the last few drops of epoxy out of your mixing container. The liquid sticking to the sides and corners/edges of the container never get completely mixed. Pour your mixture out of the mixing container but don't keep it draining out for more than 10 seconds or so. Poorly mixed epoxy will always stay tacky or wet, either in certain areas or all over.

Finally, the epoxy will feel dry and firm overnight but will continue hardening for a week or so. Don't place papers or objects on the epoxy for at least several days or they will stick or leave a dent.

 



ESP 155 (Epoxy Sealer and waterproofer)

ESP 155™

PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW

   
PRO Easy and convenient to use. A favorite product for coating raw wood or old fiberglass. Easy to pigment
CON Only available in 2 quart kits. Alkyd enamels may dry slowly when applied over ESP 155. Reports of Premium No Blush epoxy fisheyeing when applied over ESP

USE AS PENETRATING EPOXY OR PRIMER OR TO REDUCE OUT-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            GASSING ON CEMENT SURFACES

 

Why ESP 155 epoxy sealer and primer is the BEST in its class:

1) Uses superior CYCLOALIPHATIC curing agents and epoxy ADDUCT formulation

2) solvent based for better penetration

3) moisture tolerant, very low viscosity

4) strong user support / feedback

4) 24/7 support

 

 

THIS PRODUCT xx    EMAIL   US xx
         
air shippable     cycloaliphatic system xx
no nonyl phenol     epoxy adduct system xx
multi curing agents     bulk pricing  
solvent free     no Calif. sales xx
2 part epoxy xx   2 part poly  
apply underwater     bubble breakers  
favorite(s) product list xx   data sheets xx
PACKING - jugs/bottles     PACKING - cans xx
find in non marine cat xx   find in marine catalog xx
PRICES/ind/commercial xx   PRICES/marine section xx
BUY online

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home page xx   contact page xx


ESP 155™ is a very thin, low viscosity, moisture tolerant, epoxy designed for priming and sealing. Use on wood and fiberglass to improve adhesion of urethanes and other paints. Firm up damaged wood. Unlike our competitor's penetrating epoxy, we pack 75% resin (vs. their 30%), enough to generally seal and prime in one coat (instead of several) yet with enough solvent (25%) to penetrate deeply. Also used as a concrete primer to reduce outgassing when top coating with solvent-free topcoats. A 1/2 gallon unit will probably cover about - 150 sf. APPLY WITH BRUSH.

Another very important application is as a concrete sealer under thick solvent free epoxy floor systems. On surfaces other than residential garages (where the cement is generally 'vibrated down' to remove air from the cement) i.e. barns, workshops, etc. air trapped in the cement can be released into the thick epoxy forming lots of air bubble/blisters/craters. Reduce or eliminate by sealing the cement first with a thinned epoxy sealer like ESP 155™ .


Generally epoxies used as penetrating waterproofers use lots of solvents and the lowest quality epoxy available. ESP is an amazing exception, probably nothing else like it available. It uses a top of the line
cycloaliphatic curing system as a starting point! The other 'penetrating/sealing' epoxies are very vague about the epoxy they use in their product - bottom of the line, el cheapo stuff I would imagine.

½ gallon kit (two quart cans)- $80

cannot be sold in Southern California (San Diego area)


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ESP 155 Epoxy Sealer

Application on concrete in 'bad shape'

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Use on wood, fiberglass, cement

ESP 155 epoxy sealer (not for sale in California)

Use this product on less than idea concrete surfaces to seal, consolidate, firm up,

displace air bubbles and test the suitability of the surface for epoxy floor paints.

Also use on old, weathered fiberglass boats hulls and surfaces before applying any

topcoat paint or epoxy

BUY NOW  or  MORE INFO

 


PRODUCT NOTES/COMMENTS:


For an undercoat under a latex or enamel topcoat, I like our moisture cured urethane -
Aluthane, more than using a solvent thinned epoxy.

Alternative product: add solvent to our solvent free LOW V epoxy (in this section)

A little bit of our brown and/or red pigment (marine link / res. link) added to our clear epoxy sealer - ESP 155™ (marine link / res. link), traditional India Spar Varnish™ (marine link / res. link), or our 2 part LPU clear polyurethane - Acrylic Poly UV Plus™ (marine link / res. link), works like a high end stain on wood surfaces without the issues of compatibility. Tinting a first coat of a clear product (with white pigment for example) can mean fewer fewer topcoats of white paint. Also it is much easier to brush or roll on an even, uniform layer of coating when that coating is slightly pigmented instead of clear. It is very hard to see what you are doing when applying a clear coating.

Use ESP 155 to 'seal/prime/smooth'

patched and repaired surfaces.


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Low V Epoxy:

LOW V™

PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW

   
PRO Thin and watery, bonds to damp surfaces, lots of uses! Sets underwater - used to seal shipping container floors
CON Shows epoxy UV yellowing faster than other epoxies.

low v sealing epoxy

 action shot with IJN Kongo, IJN Nagato and DKM Bismark battling

three of over 50 model war ships sealed with Low V epoxy

see www.mwci.org

 

Why Low V epoxy is the BEST in its class:

1. Very low viscosity for a solvent free, odorless epoxy

2) can be applied to wet or damp surfaces - key for many repair jobs

3) thin with solvent or thicken with fillers

4) contains no nonyl phenol

5) strong user support / feedback

6) 24/7 support

 

 

THIS PRODUCT xx    EMAIL   US xx
         
air shippable     cycloaliphatic system  
no nonyl phenol xx   epoxy adduct system  
multi curing agents     bulk pricing xx
solvent free xx   no Calif. sales  
2 part epoxy xx   2 part poly  
apply underwater xx   bubble breakers  
favorite(s) product list xx   data sheets xx
PACKING - jugs/bottles xx   PACKING - cans  
find in non marine cat xx   find in marine catalog xx
PRICES/ind/commercial xx   PRICES/marine section xx
BUY online

simple store

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home page xx   contact page xx

 

For sealing and waterproofing -- see our page on penetrating epoxies

A very thin epoxy. Very clear - only a trace of amber. Simple 2:1 mix. Recommended epoxy for sealing or as a penetrating epoxy when solvent is added. Clear, with just a trace of amber color. A very popular, general purpose, low viscosity, clear epoxy. Will bond to damp surfaces. Fast 'time to hard'. Mix with 10% xylene for an excellent penetrating epoxy. Also used as a primer on porous surfaces and under polyurethanes. Used for repairing rotted wood. Unlike our 'hard epoxies' (Basic No Blush, Premium No Blush, ) this epoxy has a bit of 'natural flex' when applied as a thin sealing coat. Bond to wet or damp surfaces.  Used by purchasers of shipping containers to seal the cantainer's chemically treated floors.

Solvent thin it for a sealer and penetration

use straight for rebonding damp surfaces, sealing and priming (often on wood floors etc.)

thicken and use as a putty

Recommended for Shipping Container floor seal/coating

 


 

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Spongy Boat Deck Core

"I used your low-v epoxy to reattach my deck to it's core deck this year. A lot of the products on the market for "flooding" a delaminated deck use watery-thin epoxy that is full of thinners. They cure up gummy, or brittle, they shrink, and they seep away from voids rather than filling them in. That low-v is thin enough to flow _everywhere_ without the burden of all those thinners.

My strategy involved small hole-saw holes in a 1-foot polka-dot pattern, large enough to fit a crow-bar to lift up the top laminate a little, and then an array of smaller holes to make sure I had complete coverage. I'd lift a little laminate with the crow bar, pour in the low-v, and after a few minutes it would start pouring out of all the lower holes. I set weights down on the deck to squish it all together tightly after I was content that the entire area had been flooded. It was amazing the little holes that the Low-V would find and start dripping out of from below. I had to be very careful staging my drip-collection in the cabin as a result.

The Low V epoxy is thin enough to flow everywhere, but thick enough to hold a nice film in place to bridge any high spots my weights hadn't eliminated. And no thinners to trap inside the deck.

You've got to start marketing this stuff directly for "flooding" delaminated decks! My decks went from spongy soft to rock solid."

Satisfied Customer 4/16

Low V epoxy is solvent free, thin and bonds to wet or damp surfaces. Popular for all sorts of ROT repair and for sealing the floors (from chemicals) on Shipping Container sold to the public.

 

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(epoxies yellow in UV - More on UV blockers)



1.5 gallon kit - $138

15 gallon kit - $1285

48 oz kit (0.375 gal) - $68



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EMAIL (FEB 06): Hello:

I just bought some of your Low V epoxy and it is superior in every way to the system 3 products I (formerly) used, their clear coat and mirror coat.

Less money, better adhesion, better flow, better release of trapped gas, clarity, speed of cure, and machineability. It's like night and day, and their product is nothing to laugh at!

Great Product, I will buy *whatever* I need from you in the future.....


GREG



EMAIL (March 09):

Remember me? I promised you a report on the results of using Low-V as an undercoat/sealer in a difficult exterior application (western red cedar porch steps). See email appended below. Here's an excerpt:

So I bought a gallon of Low-V, and I have started using it to treat my front steps. I have been thinning the Low-V with about 25% Xylene to increase penetration. I have to use 2 coats of latex to eliminate the brush marks and bare areas (as you advised earlier), and after 2 coats the coverage looks excellent and it appears to have bonded well. I'll let you know the results in about a year if you are interested in how well it stands up to the weather......

I thought you might like to hear a status update. Well it's been over 8 months, which included summer, fall, and winter weather, and the Low-V treated steps look great. There is NO blistering or peeling. The latex topcoat paint is adhering quite well. It hasn't endured rainy/warm/humid spring weather yet, but from what I'm seeing so far I am very optimistic. -- Russ



 
 

 

 

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Clear Low Viscosity marine - table top and Bar Top epoxy.

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Basic No-Blush™ Epoxy:

 "Don't have a lot of big projects, so I have been ordering this in the small batches

(Basic No Blush)... Great  Product - Easy to use."  David 4/16

 

Why Basic No Blush  (tm) epoxy is the BEST in its class:

1. A formulated blended resin system (not repackaged raw chemicals)

2) Uses NON BLUSHING curing agent for blush free results

3) not too thick, not too thin, not too brittle - ever see an epoxy surface with millions of tiny cracks? It is brittle, repackaged (see #1) not formulated epoxy

4) the only marine type epoxy with bubble breakers for superior flaw free finishes and uniform properties and appearance and allows for thicker, multiple layers with better clarity

5) the only epoxy adduct marine type epoxy for superior enhanced properties (standard cure only)

6) strong user support / feedback

7) 24/7 support email marineepoxy@gmail.com

8) less expensive than the other formulated epoxies which still don't have many of the advantages listed here

 

 

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BASIC NO BLUSH™

PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW

   
PRO Probably the best epoxy bargain available anyplace in terms of price and performance. Our reason for being in business. - non blushing epoxy (most epoxies blush). Regular, summer and winter curing agents available
CON Cannot be air shipped
largest single order to date - 150 gallons

 

Epoxy Crazing Notice/Warning

There are two types of Marine Epoxy Vendors: 1) discount, bulk, REPACKAGERS who simple buy drums of raw resin and raw curing agent(s) from the big chemical companies and fill plastic jugs for resale; 2) FORMULATORS take the raw epoxy chemicals add to them to enhance and improve the raw "moonshine" into a "fine whiskey". Learn more repackagers/formulators.

Our Basic No Blush (tm) is a formulated non blushing epoxy by Progressive Epoxy Polymers, Inc. (homepage). that includes additions for reduced brittleness and exclusive (only we have it)  bubble breakers for a more perfect looking finish. Basic No Blush is the least expensive of the formulated epoxies and considered the best marine epoxy by many ex-users of the other formulated epoxies.

REPACKAGED EPOXY WARNING: Over the years I have seen and had reports of non-formulated, raw resin/cure epoxies (which are extremely hard and brittle) becoming crazed with millions of cracks (like shattered safety glass) in outdoor settings that experience big changes in temperature. Formulated epoxies  all seem to be 'fixed' to allow for this expansion and contraction without cracking by making them less brittle and better able to handle internal stresses.

Marine Catalog  ///// Stitch n Glue ///// Epoxy Only Google Search ///// Epoxy Guru Help Site ///// Marine Boat Epoxy Etc. Links

"I've been using the Basic No Blush epoxy on all my own stuff, and using up all the West epoxy on most customers boats. When the West is finally gone I'll only be using your epoxies. Good stuff. I'm rebuilding an old Rybovich so a big order in the future..." Patrick (comment with on-line order 9/4/07)  ----  Order No Blush online


One of the very best industrial/marine type epoxy available - and its even non-blushing! OUR BEST SELLING PRODUCT BY FAR! PEOPLE BUY IT, TRY IT, AND COME BACK FOR MORE! - this product has its own web page

Often used to reseal epoxy/pebble stone decks (coverage 200-250 square feet per 1.5 gal kit. Also see our special thick roller for this application - Section i - misc.). It costs a bit more than the cheapie pebble deck epoxies sold by mass resin repackagers, but this formulated epoxy is designed for outdoor use and it is just the right thickness for pebble decks (not too thin - not too thick). More on pebble epoxy stone decks. Available with slow summer curing agent for application in hot weather.

Key Features:

formulated for outdoor use

with with fiberglass cloth for laminated and fiberglass repair

a non blushing epoxy - bubble breakers in the resin - epoxy adduct formulation

used by professional boat builders (up to 1/2 the price of major brands) as well as home owners resealing stone decks

available with regular, slow summer or fast winter curing agent.

Basic No Blush IS AN EPOXY FORMULATED WITH EXPENSIVE BUBBLE BREAKERS to give a more flawless, perfect finish.


Mix with sand to form a low cost epoxy patching product (
Click Here for More Info).

 

Paul,

Just thought you might get a chuckle out

of this mistake of  mine.  I was filing up

a rotten bulkhead with epoxy and it leaked

out, ran down the shower wall and down

then shower drain. This is the result of the

epoxy setting up in the drain pipe.

Doug

resealed stone deck

stone walkway resealed

with Basic No Blush epoxy


 

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Now available in three versions (standard, 'cold weather-winter' (fast), and 'hot weather-summer (slow) The summer cure has double the pot life of the regular cure and is recommended for temps over 80 degrees F.


(epoxies yellow in UV - More on UV blockers)

Warn weather tip: when the weather is hot (and pot life is short) some people will store the mixed or unmixed epoxy in an ice water bath.

 

12 oz TRY ME sampler - $21 - ADD IN  PRODUCT - only available when ordering other epoxies Call to include in your order  603 435 7199 

Our Basic No Blush 12 oz marine epoxy resin sampler has its own web page (click here)

 


3 quart kit - standard cure $70 Packaged in metal cans.

3 quart kit - slow/summer cure $75

3 quart kit - fast/winter cure $75


1.5 gal kit - standard cure $121  Packaged in plastic 1 gal jugs.

1.5 gal kit - slow/summer cure $128

1.5 gal kit - fast/summer cure $128


15 gal kit - $1115  (in 3 five-gallon pails shipped direct from the factory - order 15 -29 gallons at this per gallon price)

Add $5 per gallon for the FAST WINTER CURE or SLOW SUMMER - must call to order


30 gal kit - $2090 (order any gallon amount over 30 gal at this per gallon price )

Add $5 per gallon for the FAST WINTER CURE or SLOW SUMMER CURE - must call to order

CLICK HERE FOR VOC INFO & DATA SHEET & MSDS

 

 

Hello Paul  --  Sending photos of the shower my wife Regina and I designed. We wanted the shower floor to convey a beach feeling. To achieve the effect, white cement was used and tiny sea shells were pressed into the surface. After the concrete cured I took your advice on which epoxy to use to encapsulate the sea shells (Basic No Blush).

It was a bit tricky to keep the epoxy from all flowing into the drain. :-)

After brushing on three coats I used a hole saw to cut thru the Basic No Blush epoxy that had collected over painters tape covering the drain. Heeding your warning that wet epoxy is dangerously slick, I finished the job with a top coat of acrylic sealer with a glass dust nonslip additive. The results are beautiful and safe.

Thanks for the advise and great epoxy product.  --  Best Regards -- Mike

 

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PRODUCT NOTES/COMMENTS:


The 1.5 gal units of Basic No Blush Epoxy now come in one gallon plastic jugs. We offer pumps for these jugs. One stroke of the pump dispenses about 1 oz. of product. In our online, 3rd party storefront, you'll find the pumps listed with the Basic No Blush on the 'resins page'.


Note: we don't really like the 'pump' approach to epoxies, but a majority of boat builders want the pumps and we've learned it is all about providing the customers with what they want and need and not about pushing my personal view on to the marketplace. I find their quality lacking, but we only get 1 or 2 complaints per 100 or so pumps we sell and we've not be able to find better alternatives to what we offer. So, pump away!

POT LIFE


5 oz sample of basic no blush™ epoxy with regular clear standard cure

with epoxy at room temp (73 F) - 25 minutes

NOTE: our slow summer version is really slow/90 plus degree weather stuff.

Even at 85 degrees time to hard could be several hours.


5 oz sample of basic no blush™ with thick amber summer/slow cure

with epoxy at room temp then approx. 92 degree work environment - 50 minutes

with epoxy at work temp of approx. 92 degrees before mixing - 25 minutes

with epoxy at room temp (73 F) - 60 minutes



5 oz sample of basic no blush™ with slightly yellow winter/fast cure

with epoxy at room temp then approx. 45 degree work environment - 18 minutes

with epoxy at work temp of approx. 45 degrees before mixing (very thick to pour out and mix) - 50 minutes

with epoxy at room temp (73 F) - 17 minutes


COLD WEATHER  EPOXY CURE - use our Basic No Blush Epoxy with the 'fast' winter cure (for use in temps about 35- 45 F)

11/24/08 AUTHOR'S NOTE: I'm doing epoxy/fiberglass cloth boat building here in NH using the Basic No Blush with the Winter (fast) curing agent. The epoxy is stored in my basement at 50 degrees. The boat building is happening in my garage at temps in the mid 30s. The epoxy is hard the next day.


HOT WEATHER EPOXY CURE (for temps over about 85 F)

6/22/06 -- WE NOW HAVE A HOT WEATHER (I.E. SLOW) VERSION OF BASIC NO BLUSH™



Subject: UV and epoxy colorings...
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 14:02:53 -0600
From: J. A.
To: <info@epoxyproducts.com>

Excellent web site!!! I have started testing your "Basic No Blush Epoxy". Wow! Good stuff and affordable too. I intentionally incorrectly mixed your product to test its sensitivity to mix ratio variations. Very, very forgiving. The pot life is very consistent even with some variation in ratio and set up is consistent as well. It also does not seem to flash as easily as other epoxies I have worked with. I got by working in the 16 oz. mixing cups without having to pour to a wider flat bottomed container. I usually wait till an epoxy starts to flash or just slightly heats up in the cup before I pour it into an ice cream bucket. That is of course not a summer time practice but my shop can get down to 60 F. in the winter. But your product did not seem to heat a lot. I was even a little nervous about it setting up but it cured like a champ! I am very happy with your Basic No Blush and I'll be back for more.

Sincerely yours -- J.A.



From: joe m. <jaaaaaaaaaaaa@yahoo.com>
To: Progressive Epoxy
Re: 15 gallon kit
Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 16:54:01 -0400

Joe wrote:

Paul, throw in 4 bags of the "e-z thick". I think the last order I got was of the 1 gallon bags.also.

FYI..... I have used your epoxy on a lot of various applications, from thinning it for deeper penetration/sealing, to thickening for bonding multiple wood components and the stuff is great. All exterior wood gets one coat of thinned epoxy, then 2 coats full strength. then i have applied 10 coats of poly spar varnish. I have had a piece of hon. mahogany in a bucket of water for 3 months and the finish is still perfect and completely sealed. You guys are helping me restore a 35 yr. old wooden cutter, Thanks again.


Joe


I purchased a basic no blush sampler back in March to try and make some aquarium decorations. I used PVC pipe, epoxy coated aquarium rocks and your epoxy with a fair amount of thickener. I used your advice and waited a week before using to let the epoxy cure completely and put it in the aquarium. The pictures show the results. The blue one has been in the aquarium since the middle of May (the picture is from a week ago) and the pink one is for my daughter.

I take good care of my tanks, testing and maintaining the water quality and, making sure the fish are healthy. The blue one is in a 90 gallon with almost 30 fish and 2 frogs and I haven't experienced a single problem.

I could probably use any epoxy but your customer service was exceptional. Understanding that epoxy is non toxic after it completely cures and to watch for any additives that may be toxic were key to a successful experiment.

Thank you, Tim 10/09


Basic No Blush™ epoxy - in space!

It is not just about boats or pebble decks -

Basic No Blush epoxy is being used by amateur rocket builder Dr. Dennis McClain-Furmanski PhD

LINKS:

Light weight replacement airframe - http://www.rocketreviews.com/reviews/all/mod_aero_black_diamond.shtml

Experimental 'bullet-proof' high strength design -
http://www.rocketreviews.com/reviews/all/scratch_strictly_bizness.shtml

High altitude, high performance design, carbon body and fins -
http://www.rocketreviews.com/reviews/all/bucky.shtml



 

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PREMIUM NO BLUSH™

PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW

   
PRO Can be shipped worldwide by air without problem. Very high end resin system
CON Amber colored curing agent

This product contains superior Cycloaliphatic curing agents - CLICK HERE for more information. It also contains no Nonyl Phenol.

Our newest marine type amber/clear epoxy, formulated as an upgrade from Basic No Blush™ by the same formulator. Premium is non-hazmat to ship so it can be easily air shipped anywhere in the country or overseas (customers living outside of the continental USA should consider this epoxy as their primary epoxy option). Lots of attention was focused during product development to get a product with just the right amount of give (flex) but not too soft - flexible. This epoxy has a fast 'time to sand' (i.e. "Hard Set" very rigid, provides max strength and abrasion resistance ). Truly a premium epoxy with an amazing price. Just a tad thicker than Basic No Blush. Medium potlife. Easy 3:2 mix ratio.

Customers (spear gun maker in Egypt and a guitar maker in the USA) report a superior, smooth and glossy finish with the Premium No Blush that they don't get with other epoxies.

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NON HAZMAT (CAN SHIP BY AIR AND/OR OUTSIDE THE USA)

2.5 gallon kit - $275

25 gallon unit (5 gallon pails) - $2640

40 oz sample kit (0.31 gallons) $64

80 oz kit (0.625 gallons) $99

CLICK HERE FOR VOC INFO & DATA SHEET & MSDS



 

 

Six Different Clear Epoxies -- Comparisons

 

(As a professional coatings company we offer a range of clear epoxies with unique properties and applications. This is a very different approach than marketing companies that only offer one product with one application per web site and are far removed from the manufacture and testing of their resold resin)

 

ESP 155 - solvent based, thin, sealing epoxy often used on wood, concrete and fiberglass. The Part B ranges from clear to dark red. Not for sale in California. Yellows quickly. Commonly used as a sealer and primer under marine spar varnished (i.e. India Spar Varnish - not for sale in California) surfaces, such as bar tops, outdoor furniture and  bright-work on boats/yachts. Epoxy and Spar Varnish is a win-win combination. The varnish provides UV protection and a high gloss easily maintained surface and the epoxy provides a stable base for the varnish. For a thicker epoxy base, use Low V epoxy or Basic No Blush epoxy (listed below) under the varnish. Packaged in 2 quart kits (1 to1 mix ratio).

Why ESP 155 epoxy sealer and primer is the BEST in its class:

1) Uses superior CYCLOALIPHATIC curing agents and epoxy ADDUCT formulation

2) solvent based for better penetration

3) moisture tolerant, very low viscosity

4) strong user support / feedback

5) 24/7 support

 

 

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2 part epoxy xx   2 part poly  
apply underwater     bubble breakers  
favorite(s) product list xx   data sheets xx
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LOW V - A solvent free, low viscosity epoxy often used as sealer or a easily rollable/brushable base on wood bars, cement floors etc. Also used to 're-bond' delaminated damp boat decks with their fiberglass 'skin'. Popular for wood rot repair too as it is thin (to soak in) odorless, and will bond to wet or damp surfaces. It is slightly amber and will yellow quicker than most epoxies. It was originally designed for concrete crack injection. Can be used under a varnish topcoat, giving a thicker epoxy base than the solvent based ESP 155. Can be allowed to flow over the edges on table and bar tops (but it is thin). Comes in 48 oz and 1.5 gal units. (2 to 2 mix ratio).

 

BIO CLEAR 810 - A solvent free clear epoxy, non brittle epoxy used exclusively for poured on table and bar tops. Very low levels of epoxy yellowing and contains bubble breakers. It requires being poured on at 1/4 inch layers which requires a edge or dam all the way around the surface to prevent it from simply draining onto the floor. If applied too thin it will fisheye due to the surface tension reducing bubble breaker additives. It is a favorite of professional poured on epoxy experts.  It has a very slight amber tint. Comes in 48 oz 1.5 gallon and 3 gallon kits (2 to 1 mix ratio).

 

BASIC NO BLUSH -  one of our most popular epoxies and one of the most clear epoxies available. It has normal or slightly slow epoxy yellowing. It is commonly used for boat building or boat repair  as well as resealing or creating pebble deck surfaces (common around pools and patios in Florida and other warm states. Also used to fill knot holes and cracks in wooden slabs used for bars and tables (sometimes tinted black when filling cracks and knot holes). Forms a hard, fairly brittle surface that handles outdoor weather very well (excluding normal UV yellowing and UV breakdown). Also used on bar and table top surfaces under varnish. Being semi thick it will not lay completely level in temperatures under about 75 degrees. It does contain bubble breakers (which is why the Part A appears slightly cloudy in its container. For table and bar tops use the standard temperature curing agent. For other applications use the low temperature (down to about freezing) winter curing agent. For hot weather (upper 80s and 90s) use the slower summer curing agent. The special summer and winter curing agents are only available for this one epoxy. Comes in 3 quart and 1.5 gallon kits (2 to 1 mix ratio).

 

EPOXY CLEAR TOP RESIN - Our thickest epoxy (just slightly thicker than the Basic No Blush). Not quite as brittle as the basic no blush. Low, slow yellowing although the product does have a very light greenish tint when applied over snowy white surfaces. Used for pour on bar tops and table tops and can be allowed to drip over the sides. Part A is sort of amber colored and very thick (needs about 75 degrees to work with) while the Part B is clear and watery. The differences in the viscosities of the Part A and Part B make it more difficult to mix but also makes it much more easy to tell when the two parts are well and evenly mixed. Comes in 1 gallon kits (3 to 1 mix ratio).

 

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(Our clear non-epoxies are located in our Non-Epoxy catalog section - near the bottom!)




  LOW V EPOXY BASIC NO BLUSH EPOXY  
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