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TABLE TOP BAR TOP CLEAR EPOXY RESIN

 


Bio Clear 810™ Industrial Grade Pourable

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A favorite with commercial contractors and DIY Homeowners For Bar Tops, Table Tops (even floors!) PART 2

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4/16/12

Paul, Finally got my top poured, your product is AWESOME. I was hesitant with all I read about go small first, my top was 8'x2'6"x1/4". I'm the "Go big or go home" guy, this top was my first pour & I feel that your product made it as easy as it could be. I was very surprised at the lack of fumes, I poured in a different location & could have just poured in the store where the counter is going.
Thanks,
Joseph

 

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We've been selling epoxy - marine epoxy (boat building - wood / fiberglass repair) industrial coatings - garage paint -

underwater epoxies - thick putties - tabletop resins and supplies since the early 1990's

 

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_

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I just wanted to thank you for such a great product. I completed my first bar top table and gave it as a wedding gift to my niece and her new husband. they absolutely loved it. (pictures below!)


I read and reread all the information regarding the usage of the Bio Clear 810, including all the input from the other customers. Their right and you are right about reviewing all the information. Thank you again on a great product.
I sent some pictures on the process.

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You  see above a  DIY engineer's approach to a table top epoxy pour.

Serious home craftsmen  don't cut corners or product or project documentation. They use the best

methods and the best product (even if it costs a little bit more). For table tops it is

Bio Clear 810 (tm) - probably the only epoxy on the internet formulated specifically for bar

and table tops. We sell several clear epoxies (epoxyproducts.com/d_clear.html)

 but only one we recommend for YOUR table top project.

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10/12/2011

Made the time to finish the bar top. Used Bio Clear 810 and as far as we're concerned, it came out great. I did read the instructions and what to watch for.

As you can see from the pics, there is wood trim all around. It was secured with fasteners and an adhesive epoxy. I then put tape around the bottom seam just in case. What I should have done was put water on the table to check for leaks (like the instructions say). Oh Well. I was able to keep up with the drips right through the painters tape for the few areas that leaked. Enough was wasted causing me to have to buy another kit, but the final product is just what we were looking for. A friend of ours makes glass stuff and she gave us boxes of scraps. The arrangements are less than random, but varied enough to find numerous patterns. I used a hair dryer to get rid of some stubborn bubbles. There you have it.

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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.

 

 

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Thought I would send two pictures of project my son and I completed with your bio-clear 810 tabletop epoxy. My son 
collected beer caps while traveling, in the US and around Europe. I made the table to fit between two lounge chairs
 in his Man Cave. We filled the caps with caulk (so they would not float) and  glued them to the one half inch deep table, 
then poured the epoxy. I had talked to some people in your office, received some good advice, and the results were great. ---- Ray

 


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4/16/12

Paul, Finally got my top poured, your product is AWESOME. I was hesitant with all I read about go small first, my top was 8'x2'6"x1/4". I'm the "Go big or go home" guy, this top was my first pour & I feel that your product made it as easy as it could be. I was very surprised at the lack of fumes, I poured in a different location & could have just poured in the store where the counter is going.
Thanks,
Joseph


 

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.

 


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fumed silica; microsphere/balloons; poly fibers; copper; graphite; Teflon (tm); wood flour; EZ thick; rock flour

 

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water bond (water based); solvent free industrial floor epoxy; bio vee seal; water based floor epoxy, floor epoxy with grit; walnut shell; ground white rubber grit

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wet/dry 700; splash zone; quick fix 2300, QR 2400 rubber epoxy

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Section Five URETHANES AND NON-EPOXY COATINGS Aluthane (aluminum coating); LPU Marine

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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.

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Reasons for coating failures

Preparation problem 70%; application problem 12%; environment problem 6%; wrong paint selection 9%; bad paint 1%; adding thinner 2%


"At least 70% of premature coatings failures are traced back to 'surface preparation' whether referring to wood, concrete, or metal. In a commercial recoating project, the costs (and profit) associated with surface preparation are about 70% of the job. How extensive the surface preparation is will depend on the performance expectation of the owner... Know the A, B, C's of surface preparation - visible contaminants, invisible contaminants, and profile."

 

Dr. Lydia Frenzel, The ABCs of Surface Preparation, Cleaner Times, April 2001, pg. 42-44.


DID YOU KNOW...

 

Epoxy coatings are used because of their outstanding chemical resistance, durability, low porosity and strong bond strength.
 

Epoxies consist of a ‘base' and a ‘curing' agent. The two components are mixed in a certain ratio. A chemical reaction occurs between the two parts generating heat (exotherm) and hardening the mixture into an inert, hard ‘plastic'.

Epoxies yellow, chalk (or more commonly least lose their gloss), in direct sunlight (UV). The yellowing can be a real problem. For pigmented epoxies select colors that are dark or contain a lot of yellow (such as green). Even clear epoxies will yellow and cloud up. Often epoxies are top coated with latex or urethanes that will retain their color and attractive gloss. This is particularly true if color coding or matching company colors is important.

Epoxies will harden in minutes or hours, but complete cure (hardening) will generally take several days. Most epoxies will be suitably hard within a day or so, but may require more time to harden before the coating can be sanded.

By their nature, epoxies are hard and brittle. Additives can be added to epoxies that make them less brittle, but generally at the loss or reduction of other positive epoxy properties such as chemical resistance.

Other clues of cheap epoxies include ‘induction time' (after mixing the two components the mixture must sit for several minutes to ‘self cook' before being applied).

The best time to recoat epoxy is within about 48 hours after the initial coat. Because epoxies take days to reach full cure, a second coat applied shortly after the first coat will partially fuse to the first coat rather than forming a simple mechanical bond.

End users can thicken epoxy with many things, Tiny glass spheres, known as micro-spheres or micro-balloons are commonly used. Besides thickening, their crushable nature makes sanding the hardened epoxy easier. On the downside, they work like tiny ball bearings, resulting is sagging and slumping. Another thickener is fumed silica (a common brand name is Cabosil (tm)) which looks like fake snow. About 2 parts fumed silica with one part epoxy will produce a mixture similar in texture and thickness to petroleum jelly. Micro-spheres and fumed silica can be combined together.

Fisheyes are areas on a painted surface where the coating literally pulls away for the substrate leaving a coatingless void or fisheye. Often fisheyes are caused by surface contaminants such as a bit of silicon, wax, or oil. I have also seen them on clean plywood where epoxies paints have been used as sealers and the problem might be due to uneven saturation (soaking-in) of the epoxy into the wood. Surface tension plays a big part in fisheyeing. There are some additives that can be mixed into the epoxy that will reduce surface tension. Likewise, on wood, applying several coats of solvent thinned epoxy, instead of one coat of unthinned epoxy, seems to work well. Applying a thick coat of epoxy over a contaminated fisheye surface will bury the fisheye but expect the coating to peel away in the future. As a rule of thumb, always suspect some sort of surface contamination as the primary cause of fisheyeing.

Adding a bit of solvent to a solvent based or solvent-free epoxy is something that most manufacturers would not officially approve of and something that might not work with all epoxies. However, it can be done (unofficially) with the epoxies I deal with. Adding solvent to these epoxies will: 1) thin them out; 2) increase pot life; 3) allows them to flow off the brush/roller a bit more smoothly; and 4) perhaps allows them to ‘soak-in', penetrate, or may be soften, the substrate just a little bit. Not change is visible in the epoxy unless 12% or greater solvent is added. With that amount of solvent, the epoxies no longer cure with a glossy finish.

It is best to use epoxies with a mix ratio close to 1 to 1 as opposed to something 4-1, 5-1, etc. because errors in the mix ratios can be more pronounced with the latter. That said, no matter what the mix ratio is, some epoxies are more forgiving of mix ratio errors than others. One ‘trick' of epoxy vendors with odd or very sensitive mix ratios is to sell calibrated pumps that disperse the epoxy components in exact amounts.


How Thick? How thick should your coating be? Economics play a major role in determining how much coating to apply. One U.S. gallon contains 231 cubic inches. That's only 1.6 cubic square feet of surface at one inch thick and that's also assuming a solvent-free product. If the product is 25% VOC (i.e. 25% solvent) then dry thickness/coverage will be 25% less. Again, assuming a 1/4 inch thick coating (250 mils) maximum coverage will still be only 6.4 square feet per gallon. A solvent-free (100% solids) epoxy coating applied at 16 mils will cover 100 square feet per gallon (note: the wall paint in your office is probably 2-4 mils). While thick coatings sound like a good idea, they use so much product that they must be made very cheaply so that coating 1,000 or 10,000 square feet can still be done at a competitive price. A high quality, fairly expensive product with a coverage rate of 100 sq. feet or more per gallon, on the other hand, will have a low enough cost per sq. foot to provide both economy and top quality.


 

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT:

 Wet Dry 700 Epoxy

Ultimate Repair Epoxy Paste

Above and below the Waterline

Like Nothing You Have Ever Worked With Before!

Need to fix, glue, patch, fill, bond, coat or cover something underwater? Need to reinforce/wrap corroded, damaged or leaking pipes (with epoxy and fiberglass cloth)? Need to do a fiberglass cloth and epoxy repair with a non sagging epoxy paste? (even underwater?). How about sealing electrical connections in a ‘glob’ of waterproof epoxy? Patching some wood rot? One of our customers repaired serious rot in an 100 year old marine railway submerged under 12 feet of water.

Wet Dry 700 has saved sinking boats (and sunk boats - read Escape From Hermit Island available at Amazon.com. The authors recommend you don’t leave your dock without this epoxy - see epoxyproducts.com/cs_boat.html). It is also used on leaking pools and corroding barge mounted floating homes.

Welcome to the world of Wet Dry 700 (tm) Epoxy

Wet Dry 700 (tm) epoxy paste is a leading example of consumer driven epoxy technology, resulting in a versatile, field friendly repair product for difficult environments. Wet Dry is a solvent free, high performance epoxy reinforced with kevlar (tm) pulp and feldspar/ceramic. It can be applied to wet, damp, or dry surfaces.

Wet Dry 700 looks a bit like joint compound (dry wall mud), or cake icing with a simple 1 to 1 mix ratio that you can ‘eyeball’. A scoop of Part A and an equal scoop of Part B and you are ready to go.

This is one of our top selling epoxies. People first buy it for a specific project and then generally buy more just to have on hand.

"I cannot believe how incredible this Wet Dry 700 is. It's revolutionary. The original repair to my storm shelter would have lasted years if the shelter would just shifting around in the ground. DON'T STOP SELLING THIS STUFF!"  Jeff 1/2013

Order this EPOXY product NOW


(10/2013)     Comments: Returning  -  Underwater repair

"My third or fourth order and am still quite pleased with the result. It has many uses above and below the water line"

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