Differential Working Time Comparison
This graph demonstrates the reaction rate of the 3 different versions by measuring the exothermic heat energy.
On a 150 gram mass mixture, MAX CLR FAST A/B exhibits similar working time of up to 20 minutes compared to the other MAX CLR versions.
Based on the result very above, very little time was lost in working time but gained significant acceleration in cure time.
The 150 grams sample quickly gelled after 25 minutes and was tack free after 5 minutes gel.
The other two versions took another 20 minutes and gradually solidified into a tack free surface.
The shorter working time of the MAX CLR FAST A/B allows faster processing without sacrificing color stability and excessive brittleness.
ALTHOUGH THE MAX CLR FAST DEMONSTRATED A FASTER SET-UP OR HANDLING TIME,
ALLOW THE APPLICATION TO CURE FOR AT LEAST A MINIMUM OF 3 TO 7 DAYS TO ACHIEVE THE MAXIMUM CURED PERFORMANCE.
The higher peak exotherm may exclude MAX CLR FAST A/B to be used in large casting applications