CCF Fast Hardener should be mixed with Entropy CCR Clear Casting Resin for low build casting applications with thicknesses below 1 inch.
Super Sap Casting Resin features low color, excellent air release, and UV stabilizer technology. The result is crystal clear products with excellent color stability. These traits are highly desirable for jewelry, furniture and bar top applications.
Use Super Sap CCR Resin with this fast hardener at a 2:1 ratio for medium pot life. For larger castings greater than 1 inch thick, the CCS Slow hardener is recommended instead. The clear casting resin CCR and CCF Hardener have a Bio-Content greater than 30%, and can be modified with epoxy compatible colorants and fillers.
CCF hardener requires the corresponding size of Super Sap CCR Epoxy Resin for use (2:1 ratio). See chart below.
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IMPORTANT! CCF Fast Hardener should be used ONLY for low-volume (less than 1 pint) casting applications with thicknesses less than 1 inch. Using CCF Fast Hardener for larger volumes or greater thicknesses can result in exothermic cures that will damage the resin. For mass castings with thicknesses greater than 1 inch, use CCS Slow Hardener.
Super Sap CCF Fast Hardener Combined with CCR Resin Features
Fast hardener for Entropy's Super Sap CCR Clear Casting Resin.
Green epoxy resin with fast room temperature cure; post cure recommended.
Clear-as-water, low-viscosity resin ideal for hand layup and vacuum bagging.
Great for high-color applications requiring a clear, non-yellowing resin system.
UV-stable formula with relatively low viscosity.
First USDA BioPreferred Certified liquid epoxy resin system.
Fast cure/low build for less than 1 inch castings.
CCF requires corresponding size of Super Sap CCR Epoxy Resin for use (2:1 ratio). See chart below.
Super Sap CCR/CCF Resin System Best Uses
Bar or table top epoxy
Embedding and encapsulation
Art and craft resin
Super Sap CCR/CCF Admixed
Specifications & Mechanical Data
Mix Ratio by Volume
Mix Ratio by Weight
Mixed Viscosity @ 77°F
Pot Life @ 77°F
Tack-Free Time @ 77°F
Ideal Working Temperature Range
Optimal - 60-80°F; Extended - 50-90°F
Maximum Castable Amounts @ 77°F
8.5 oz. (250g); 2-inch cube
Recommended Full Cure
7 days @ 77°F; Post cure recommended.
Hardness, Shore D
Super Sap CCR Epoxy Resin Quantity
Super Sap CCF Hardener Quantity
16 oz. hardener
1/2 gallon resin
1 qt. hardener
1 gallon resin
1/2 gallon hardener
2 gallons resin
1 gallon hardener
5 gallons resin
2.5 gallons hardener
Safety and Handling Information
Despite the natural derivation of Entropy resin products, exposure to these materials represents hazards typical of all epoxy resins. Exposure should be minimized and avoided through the use of proper personal protective clothing & equipment, and appropriate manufacturing controls. All persons who use, store, or transport these materials should understand proper handling precautions and recommendations, as stated in the SDS (safety data sheets).
Rate Of Cure:
Would this be a good product for making crafts? I am looking to make some wreaths. Using fresh flowers in an epoxy to look like they are suspended in glass.
Yes. It will work great very easy to use, mix without bubbles.
Hello Sandy,yes this product is very good to make project like yours..And its not too expansive.