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Epsilon™ PRO Technical Specifications

High Performance Impact Resistant EPS Foam Coating

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Epsilon™ PRO
Product Type
  • Epoxy and Urethane Coatings
Mixed Viscosity4,000 cps
Mix Ratio By Volume2A:1B
Mix Ratio By Weight100A:44B
Pot Life22 minutes
Thin Film Working Time35 minutes
Thin Film Recoat Time3 hours
Cure Time16 hours
Shore D Hardness65
Specific Gravity1.11 g/cc
Specific Volume25.0 cu. in./lb.
ColorClear Amber

Product Description

Epsilon™ PRO

Epsilon™ PRO is a thixotropic epoxy coating that self-thickens for brushing onto a variety of surfaces.  Compared to original Epsilon™, Epsilon™ PRO offers a longer working time and cured epoxy is semi-rigid, offering better impact resistance.  Mix ratio for Epsilon™ PRO is 2A:1B by volume (100A:44B by weight).  A gram scale is not needed to use this product.

Applied in thin layers, mixed material holds a vertical surface without sagging or slumping. Material wets out uniformly over different surfaces.  Pot life is 22 minutes, with a re-coat time of 3 hours.  All layers should be allowed to cure for 16 hours at 73° F / 23° C and can be accelerated with mild heat.  Epsilon™ PRO is clear and can be easily colored using Ignite™ or UVO™ colorants.  Cured coating has a gloss finish and can be sanded, primed and painted.

Applications: Epsilon™ PRO is suitable for use as a protective, impact resistant coating for EPS or polyurethane foam. It can also be applied to plaster, concrete, wood and fabrics. This product is not sensitive to moisture / humidity and contains no VOC’s. 

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