TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits Quart Group Size A
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  • TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits Quart Group Size A
  • TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits Gallon Group Size B
  • TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits 5.45 Gallons Group Size C

TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits

TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits include everything you need to tackle epoxy repairs and fiberglass projects. The complete project-ready epoxy kit includes: TotalBoat 5:1 epoxy resin; your choice of either fast or slow TotalBoat hardener; a set of metered mixing pumps, 2 stir sticks, 2 mixing pails, and a pair of latex gloves.

For convenience, pumps are color-coded to match the resin or hardener cap, and calibrated at a precise 5:1 ratio for a perfect 5:1 mix every time. All you do is mix ONE full pump of hardener to every ONE full pump of resin.

System Group Sizes: A - Quart Kit; B - Gallon Kit; C - 4.5 Gallon Kit.

Note: Don't need the pumps, gloves, stir sticks, or mixing cups? Gallon size kits are also available with just resin & hardener included. This 'no frills' version makes sense if you already have TotalBoat pumps and just need more epoxy.

 
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
TotalBoat Traditional Resin mixed with TotalBoat Fast or Slow Hardeners cures to an amber color, and is not suitable for clear-coating applications.

For clear-coating applications, use TotalBoat Crystal Clear Epoxy Kits (sold separately)

Tip: Wash cured epoxy with water, scrubbing lightly with a Scotch-Brite pad to remove any amine blush prior to overcoating or painting.

HANDLING PROPERTIES   Fast Kit   Slow Kit  
Mix Ratio by Weight  100A (Resin) : 18B (Hardener)  100A (Resin) : 17B (Hardener) 
Mix Ratio by Volume  5A (Resin) : 1B (Hardener)  5A (Resin) : 1B (Hardener) 
Initial Mixed Viscosity at 75°F, cP  1,000  700 
Pot Life at 75°F, 150g mass, min.  12  20 
Work Life at 75°F, Thin Film, min.  60  90 
Cure Time at 75°F, Thin Film, hrs.  10 
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES      
Tensile Strength, psi  8,000  7,500 
Tensile Modulus, psi  410,000  460,000 
Tensile Elongation, %  3.5  4.5 
Heat Deflection Temperature  120  125 
Compressive Strength, psi  11,500  11,500 
Flexural Strength, psi  14,400  12,000 
Flexural Modulus, psi  460,000  450,000 
Cured Density, g/cm3  1.18  1.18 
Volumetric Yield in3/lb.  23.5  23.5 
Volumetric Shrinkage, %  4.4  4.4 
Hardness, Shore D  84  83 
Color  Amber  Amber 
Should I use this for clear-coating applications?  No  No 
BRAND: TotalBoat
Material: Epoxy
Number Of Parts: Two Part
4.6 138

Great Price and Great Results!

5

I have built 3 wood boats and repaired many others using this product. Works every time to weld wood together,repair fiberglass or create leak proof seams. Works well with fiberglass cloth and fillers to create a long lasting waterproof bond.

Bills Boats

Seaside Heights NJ

Yes

I was really pleased, great product.

4

Fantastic value, amber hardener makes it easy to ensure good mixing, the pumps and kit are nice and work well but still the 5:1 requires a little care, It was better than many at wetting out glass over plywood. I liked the hardness of the finish. If I liked it so much, why only 4 stars? It has noticeable solvents in it and formaldehyde and this made it stinkier and more irritating than others I have used. If you mess up on the 5:1 there is little wiggle room.

Tri in the Yard

Rumford, RI

Yes

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5

I cant tell the difference between Total Boat and West System epoxy. When I started building my boat I didn't know about Total boat and did the main hull with West System, when i did the amas i used Total Boat because it was a lot cheaper and I had used Total Boat fairing on the main hull with good results. It has done everything I had hoped for and I will only know years from now if there is any difference at all

Dennis

Placerville, Ca

Yes

I would sure purchase this item again.

5

The product performed as promised.

Linda

Belchertown, MA

Yes

Seems to work well, used as directed produces a lot of heat

4

I am familiar with the exothermic reaction of curing epoxy. I was somewhat surprised by the fact that Jamestown's mixing cup, kindly included with my order, melted once the epoxy residue in the cup kicked. It might be advisable to use some other container for mixing this epoxy.

svnehalennia

Rogersville, AL

Yes

Why buy anything else ?

5

I used this product to replace the deck core and bond a 1/2 inch piece of g-10 fiberglass sheet on top and bottom of deck repair area to create a hard point mount for a Samson Post . The 1/2 inch g-10 was faired with Total Boat Fairing epoxy , both products are great, why buy anything else? I did use West System 404 to bond the post and hardware to the deck. The other fillers were Total Boat products and are equivalent to West System ,but cheaper.

Bull Hippo

Ozark , Al

Yes

Excellent epoxy for boat repair. Great price.

5

Repaired a large impact area in the bottom of the my bass boat. Required complete removal of a 2sf area. Used the totalboat epoxy along with fiberglass mesh to build up the area to original configuration. Looks nearly as good as new.

Fishingfatboy

SAM RAYBURN, TX

Yes

Resin pump would not tighten to bottle of resin.

4

So far so good. I've only used it for a touch up job, but it seems that totalboat epoxy will work well on other projects. Although i couldn't get the pump secured to the bottle of resin.

gwest

Conroe, TX

Yes

Easy to use

5

Easy to use. Works well with west thickening agent and bonding agent.

Chris

Avalon, NJ

Yes

Works great

5

No difficulty in using. The hand pumps make mixing very easy. Sets and cures well, scarphed plywood for 1/4" planking, with sawdust filler, over a 2" wide joint surface. Used on humid, 80F days. No data on long term durability, but will be painted and varnished over so not expecting UV issues, etc.

Ohio Jones

Steubenville, OH

Yes

TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits

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