The WEST System Aluminum Boat Repair Kit contains everything you need to repair loose, leaking rivets and seams in aluminum boats and canoes. This 2-part, toughened epoxy adhesive has an easy 1:1 mix ratio that provides reliable results for every repair, including larger gaps in seams and rivets.
Each kit contains 4 oz. G/Flex 650 Epoxy Resin & 4 oz. G/Flex 650 Hardener (for a total of 8 oz. of mixed epoxy), 406 Colloidal Silica, 2 reusable mixing sticks, 2 pairs of protective neoprene gloves, 2 application syringes, 2 plastic mixing cups, and detailed repair instructions.
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G-Flex 650 Features
Very easy to use, with a simple 1:1 mix ratio of resin to hardener.
Generous working time of 45 minutes, at room temperature.
Achieves a working cure in 7-10 hours, and a full cure in 24 hours.
Compatible with most primers and paints, so repairs match existing finishes easily.
Aluminum Boat Repair Kit Contents
4 oz. G/Flex 650-A Epoxy Resin
4 oz. G/Flex 650-B Hardener
406 Colloidal Silica adhesive filler
2 reusable, plastic mixing sticks
2 pairs of protective, disposable neoprene gloves
2 12-cc application syringes
2 plastic mixing cups
Illustrated, detailed instructions
Additional Tools Required (sold separately)
Heat gun or propane torch
Clean rags or paper towels
Dentaured alcohol, lacquer thinner, or acetone (for cleanup)
Avoid all skin and eye contact. Wash thoroughly after handling. Launder
contaminated clothing before reuse. Avoid inhalation of vapors from heated product. Precautionary steps should be taken when curing product in
large quantities. When mixed with epoxy curing agents, this product causes an exothermic reaction, which in large masses, can produce enough heat to
damage or ignite surrounding materials and emit fumes and vapors that vary widely in composition and toxicity. Wear safety glasses with side shields or chemical splash goggles, wear liquid-proof, chemical-resistant gloves (nitrile-butyl rubber, neoprene, butyl rubber or natural rubber), and full body-covering clothing. Use with adequate general ventilation and/or local ventilation to keep exposures below established limits. When ventilation cannot be made adequate enough to keep exposures below established limits, use a NIOSH-approved respirator with an organic vapor cartridge, or organic vapor cartridge + P100 particulate filter, depending on specific workplace
conditions. Use and select a respirator according the guidelines established in OSHA 1910.134 or other applicable respiratory protection standard. Avoid skin contact when removing gloves and other protective equipment. Wash thoroughly after handling. Generally speaking, working cleanly and following basic precautionary measures will greatly minimize the potential for harmful exposure to this product under normal use conditions.