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MAS Low Viscosity Epoxy Resin

MAS Epoxy low viscosity resin contains a superior blend of low molecular weight epoxy resin and reactive dilutents, resulting in an easy-flowing reliable system with low drip and no blush.

Use for barrier coatings, laminating, and bonding. Low viscosity epoxy provides complete wet out of fiber reinforced fabrics, reducing the potential for voids and other imperfections. Modify with fillers such as wood powder of colloidal silica for filling and fairing compound applications.

MAS epoxy is typically used at room temperatures using your choice of hardeners (MAS recommends using their own Fast, Medium or Slow) in a 2 parts resin to 1 part hardener mix ratio. This versatile resin system can be used in a wide variety of applications, including boat hulls and structures, as well as laminating and bonding of nearly all materials.

 
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Amine blush is a waxy layer that forms during the cure process of most epoxy resins. No blush is critical if you intend to apply additional epoxy or varnish over it. MAS epoxy won't blush as long as it is applied in anything under 98% humidity.

    Technical Specifications
  • Specific Gravity at 77 degrees F: 1.08 - 1.13
  • Density (lb/gal) at 77 degrees F: 9.6
  • Flash Point (closed cap): 200 degrees F
  • Percent Reactive Solids: 100
  • Mixed Viscosity with MAS Hardener: 550-650 cps
  • Mix Ratio: 2:1 Resin to Hardener
  • Use protective gloves when working with this product. Use soap and water or white vinegar to clean your hands. Use Denatured Alcohol to clean your tools.

    BRAND: MAS
    Material: Epoxy
    Resin Type: Resins
    Usage: Laminating
    4.8 29

    Good Epoxy

    5

    Works very well, the pot life and working times are as stated.

    Donnie

    Fair Have Michigan

    Yes

    great, easy to work with epoxy

    5

    I use this for sailboat repairs, always consistent results.MIX IT WELL

    Jared

    Downeast Maine

    Yes

    MAS Low Viscostiy Epoxi Resin

    5

    Even if you can't heat your workshop to plus 60 degree F, you will get good fiberglass penetration and easy use. If to cold use heat gun and you still have plenty of time before curing.

    Christian

    Englewood, New Jersey

    Yes

    my favorite resin

    5

    repairing a small pram

    Dave

    Virginia

    Yes

    Works as advertised, yet another great epoxy.

    5

    Effective in taping and filleting a pair of "stitch and glue" outriggers.

    Bobo

    Minneapolis MN

    Yes

    Excellent for repairing delaminations

    5

    I had multiple small areas of surface (non-structural) delamination to repair. I drilled #30 holes at opposite ends of the each area, then applied heat and pressure to set the glass back down. Then I used a 6cc plastic veterinary syringe, a tight fit into one #30 hole, to force the low-viscosity epoxy into the area until it flowed out the other hole. Finally, I covered the area with a non-stick plastic sheet and used 25# lead shot bags to hold it down until the epoxy set. Using the fast hardener, this was just a few hours.

    Wooden Airplane Restorer

    Mesa, AZ

    Yes

    Satisfied

    5

    Shipped promptly

    phil

    Elkins wv

    Yes

    delivered on time and as expected

    5

    These MAS products have consistant quality, enabling predictability of the outcome.

    WARRENR

    WILMINGTON, DE

    Yes

    Unquestionably the best resin for kayaks

    5

    Using low visocsity resin allows it to permiate through the fiber glass cloth and create a beautiful transparent finsh that preserves and protects the woods natural beauty. I have tried other resins, none perform as well as MAS low viscosity.

    Qajaq Rolls

    MN, USA

    Yes

    MAS epoxy resin

    5

    I use this for making my bamboo fly rods... Excellent stuff

    Kretchman fly rods

    Kittery Point, Maine

    Yes

    MAS Low Viscosity Epoxy Resin

    4.829

    100.0

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