What is Most Versatile Epoxy?

August 18, 2015

My company has many different products and systems. I often get asked, “What is the best epoxy?” I need details about the

Clear Chemical Resistant Epoxy #15 over Stained concrete

Clear Chemical Resistant Epoxy #15 over Stained concrete

job to answer that question. The best epoxy is the one that is right for the specific job. That is where our company’s motto “The Right Product for the Right Job” came from. This is the driving force of our company and our technical support department. This has been our driving force for 35 years.

Perhaps the real question is, “What is the most versatile epoxy?” That is an easier question to answer. It is Epoxy.com Product #15 – www.epoxy.com/15.aspx. When I was an epoxy installer I always had Product #15 Clear Chemical Resistant Epoxy Resin on my jobsite.

Advantages

  • Clear Chemical Resistant
  • Can be applied as thin as 5/1000 inch or less and as thick as 1/32 (without Filler) or more
  • Can be applied as an aggregate filled system at a thickness of 12 inches or more.
  • Excellent wetting properties
  • Good temperature resistance
  • Low Viscosity
  • Non-shrink
  • Slower than other clear epoxies to oxidize outdoor in direct sunlight
  • Strong and durable
  • Virtually non-yellowing indoors

Uses

  • Acid Stain Concrete Floor Sealer
  • Base Coving Material for seamless flooring (when mixed with fumed silica and silica sand)
  • Clear coating over most porous materials
  • Chemical resistant primer
  • Chemical resistant mortar when mixed with silica sand
  • Chemical resistant top coating
  • Clear epoxy sealer for concrete
  • Clear epoxy sealer for wood, and other porous materials
  • Counter top coating
  • Epoxy quartz flooring
  • Pothole repair in concrete (when mixed with silica sand)
  • Sealing of stone that has been previously epoxied together (aka epoxy-rock, stone carpet etc.)
  • Surface sealing concrete cracks and joints (when mixed with fumed silica thickener)
  • Use with fiberglass or Kevlar to make strong composite members
  • Waterproof wood joint sealer (when mixed with fumed silica thickener)
  • Wood bonding as neat material or mixed with fumed silica thickener
  • Wood Floor Coating

Product #15 – www.epoxy.com/15.aspx – is a great product to have around for any number of emergency situations. Please address your questions to Epoxy.com Technical Support at 352-533-2167 or email me at norm@epoxy.com.


Who is Epoxy.com

August 14, 2015

Epoxy Systems, Inc.

Doing Business As: Epoxy.com

The Right Resin Products For the Right Job – Since 1980


Our Mission

To provide very high quality resin systems, back by detailed technical support assisted by decades of field test experience.

How We Do That

We accomplish this by using the widest range of the latest and best technologies and materials. We then combine these technologies to yield hundreds of high quality products (and hybrid systems) at affordable competitive cost. Most of our formulations are Low VOC or Zero (0) VOC. This diversified portfolio of products allow us to provide the “Right Product for the Right Job”. Of course we then back these products with highly experienced technical support. Our customers tell us that our products and tech support are the best in the industry.

A Little History

Beginning as a installation company founded in 1980 (35 years ago), Epoxy Systems, Inc. was incorporated in 1984 (30 years ago). This prepared us to start creating and selling resin systems in 1987 (27 years go). We started serving our customers and the public with information on the web in 1994 (21 years ago).

A Summary of Our Products

Products by Type

  • Epoxies -Flexible to High Strength and Very Low Viscosity to Gels
  • Polyurethanes – Coating and Joint Systems
  • Polysulfide Joint Sealants
  • Vinyl Esters
  • Polyesters – Wood Fillers and High Temperature Fillers
  • MMAs (Methyl Methacrylates) – Patching and Crack Healing and Sealing
  • Installation tools
  • and more!

Finding the exact product that you need, in our over 300 products may be a bit difficult. So, if you need help please contact us.  


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