EPSILON™ Series

EPSILON™ Series

EPS Foam Coating Epoxy

EPSILON™ Series

Developed for Disney, Epsilon™ is a thixotropic epoxy coating that self thickens for brushing onto a variety of surfaces without sagging. Epsilon™ PRO offers a longer working time and cured epoxy is semi-rigid, offering better impact resistance. Use as a protective, coating for EPS or polyurethane foam. It can also be applied to plaster, concrete, wood and fabrics. EPSILON™ is not sensitive to moisture or humidity and contains no VOC’s.

Technical Information & More

HIGHLIGHTS

EPSILON™

EPSILON™

EPSILON™

EPSILON™ cures at room temperature to an impact resistant plastic which exhibits good compressive and flexural strength. EPSILON™ can be painted and/or primed and then painted with acrylic enamel paints to make large, lightweight, and realistic displays.

Gram Scale Required Gram Scale Required
Brushable Application Brushable Application

Epsilon™ PRO

Longer Working Time, More Impact Resistance

Epsilon™ PRO

Epsilon™ PRO

Longer Working Time, More Impact Resistance

A softer, semi-rigid version of original Epsilon™ epoxy coating. A mix ratio of 2A:1B by volume means a gram scale is not needed to use this product. Epsilon PRO also offers a longer working time and is easier to color using SO-Strong™, Ignite™ or UVO™ colorants.

No Scale Necessary No Scale Necessary
Easy to Color Easy to Color
Impact Resistant Impact Resistant

Technical and Buying Information

Select a Product Below Pot Life Thin Film Recoat Time Cure Time
 EPSILON™ + 101 Hardener 15 mins 60 mins 16 hrs
 EPSILON™ + 102 Hardener 30 mins 180 mins 24 hrs
 Epsilon™ PRO 22 mins 3 hrs 16 hrs

VIDEOS and GALLERIES

Step-by-Step How-To Articles

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How To Coat CNC Carved Foam Using Epsilon™ PRO Epoxy Coating

How To Coat CNC Carved Foam Using Epsilon™ PRO Epoxy Coating

Epsilon™ PRO produces a semi-rigid impact resistant surface on carved foam

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