10.08.2014
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E6800 maintains all of the superior properties of E6000 and enhances it with UV stabilizers, which provide ultraviolet resistance for marine and outdoor applications. It is an excellent insulator against water, corrosion from salt spray, mildew, bacteria, most chemicals and vibration.
I own a decorative concrete company and we install a lot of epoxy floors, along with many other high performance coatings.
I don't know what you use in your business, but I'm guessing that it's been optimized for floors and that it doesn't have all the qualities that boats need.
Floor coatings mainly have to stand up to people stepping on them, things being put on them and have to resist scratching. I know that there are some epoxies that do all that and are UV stable, but those are more expensive. I had an epoxy chemist explain to me, in language adapted to my limited grasp of chemistry, why UV resistant epoxies don't really work in a marine setting. Since the (chemically bound) resin and hardener gumballs aren't resistant to the sun's rays, the epoxy on your deck will eventually break down at the microscopic level, and grow increasingly cloudy. So, what boatbuilders prefer to do is to apply a coating of ordinary epoxy for strength and waterproofness. The diagrams you showed above explains how , in the coatings industry we use uv stable or resistant epoxies.
Built a Kaholo for my daughter, no warnish yet - just "had" to go in the water - and after a year it still looks fine with WEST system resin and 207 hardener. A few years ago some of the surf industry gurus came up with a uv friendly epoxy called Resin Research. So I have learned a valuable lesson and will stick with the tried and true systems like MAS (my personal favorite), System Three, etc.


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A flexible, hydrophobic, solvent free, two part epoxy coating for use where elongation is critical. Two part, fast curing epoxy repair kit for boats, kayaks, auto, hot tubs, home and camping.
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Surface for indoor and outdoor sport tracks where the rubber granules are broadcast (spread ) over the top of the epoxy.
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Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. SC110 adheres to wood, fiberglass, metal, stainless steel, concrete, stone, canvas, glass and virtually any surface with 13,500 psi strength. We use uv stable water clear industrial epoxies in several varieties, so I have been wondering why everyone uses epoxies that require varnish to provide uv protection?
For hobby work the free labor and low volume justify a cheaper epoxy and a can of varnish, especially since the final finish is easier to control with varnish when using hobbyist equipment (no molds, vacuum bags, etc.). Yes, I know that the epoxies I use probably wouldn't work well for boats, however I might try some scrap's to test. I might have to play with some of my Reflector additives for some decorative applcations, especially on my Kaholo projects.
We apply the epoxy in thin coats which gives a better distribution of uv resistant material over the previous coats. I am using the MAS epoxy I bought from you, but was just wondering why their were no uv resistant options.
Is a waterborne, water reducible, ambient cured, polyurethane coating that can be applied over any of our epoxy coating systems. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. For boats the epoxy also needs to be compatible with fiberglass (high viscosity for wetting out, good adhesion to glass and high modulus) and it has to bond well to wood for use as an adhesive, as well as a coating. I was mainly wondering why the uv additives werent being used in the MAS and West System epoxies. The Reflector matalic powders are mixed with the epoxy and applied, then allowed to self level which together with the application meathod, gives the "movement" to the Reflector and the smooth finish.


Also, in most exterior epoxy situations we are not applying clear epoxy, so slight ambering is not usually noticed if it does occur. And yes, over time they do need maintenance, thankfully for those of us who make their living applying them! Test number two, a catamaran I built daughter more than two years ago = WEST with 207 plus a couple coats of spar varnish. SC110 is a specially formulated 2-component epoxy with a modified cycloaliphatic amine curative. Using varnish is not a problem, just another step and added time, but I just set myself up a hvlp spray booth to speed that up for my current projects. And believe me, it is a lot easier to achieve a flawless smooth coating with varnish than with epoxy is a situation where the epoxy can't self level! SC110 combines a UV absorber coupled with a hindered amine light stabilizer which inhibits degradation of the epoxy from sunlight and protects the exterior with a glossy, glass-like finish that will endure heavy traffic and extreme conditions. To achieve that smoothness I am usually burning through epoxy at 50-60 square feet per gallon at $70+ a gallon. You found out the hard way if you didn't use the Additive F the next coat wouldn't bond to the first. SC110 bonds chemically and mechanically to the substrate and can be blended with dyes, silica, sands, wood flowers, pebbles and other materials. I paddle my Kaholo 5 miles  6 days a week and it lives on the top of my truck which is parked under a mango tree during the day and in my shop at night. SC110 forms a polished, highly durable, wear resistant surface and is unaffected by saltwater, fuel, oil, and mild acids while exhibiting long term corrosion proof and chemical resistance protection.
First, the stuff didn't wet out the glass like MAS or System 3 so the sapele deck is a bit muted. Each kit includes both pre-proportioned resin (part A) and hardener (part B) which are mixed at 2 parts resin to 1 part hardener by volume. And secondly, and worst of all, after being in the sun for a few years the stuff has entirely gone south and I am about to have to strip the entire boat and re-glass.
I think it is about as close to perfect as epoxy resin can get and I am sure that the automotive clear coat helps a lot. The 2 components of the SC110 are mixed, and then uniformly applied at the desired thickness typically 20 mils to the cleaned and prepared surface. Skin may be cleaned with denatured alcohol, preferably rubbing alcohol.*Refer to the MSDS for further information.



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