MAX GRE 48oz. – EPOXY RESIN GASOLINE RESISTANT 4 COATING GLUE FIBERGLASSING CARBON FIBER

$36.72

FOR FIBERGLASS OR CARBON FIBER COMPOSITE GASOLINE TANK FABRICATION

USE AS AN IMPREGNATING RESIN FOR CARBON FIBER AND FIBERGLASS

CHEMICAL RESISTANT ADHESIVE

GASOLINE RESISTANT REPAIR FOR METAL TANKS AND COMPOSITE FUEL CELLS

SECONDARY AND CONTAINMENT LININGS

AQMD COMPLIANT 100% solids Zero VOC (volatile organic compound)

48 oz. COMBINED VOLUME
32 oz. PART A
16 oz. PART B

2:1 EASY TO USE (BY WEIGHT OR BY VOLUME) MIX RATIO

Available Kit Sizes:
96 oz.

Description

MAX GRE A/B is a two part hybrid-epoxy based resin system (Bisphenol A / Bisphenol F/ Novalac epoxy resin) formulated for gasoline resistance and other solvents of the same nature. It can be used as an impregnating resin for fiberglass, carbon fiber and other fabrics for fabricating composite fuel cells and tanks. MAX GRE A/B is resistant to sudden mechanical impact, cryogenic temperatures and resistant in electrostatic build up (triboelectric series or mechanical rubbing).

It can be used as a coating for metals, wood, concrete and other substrates to provide a high degree of chemical resistant barrier against petroleum solvents and liquid fuels. MAX GRE A/B can also be used as an adhesive for bonding composite structures that may come in contact with gasoline and other types of solvents and fuel compounds.

Resistant to Most Aromatic Solvents And Fuels *Excellent Chemical Resistance
Superior Impact Resistance *Cures To A High Gloss Finish
Extreme Durability And Impact Resistant

Outstanding adhesion to metals, plastics, concrete etc.
Retards fungal and algae growth in wood coatings

Spray Roller Coat or Brush Applied

Useful Links:
MAX GRE A/B Properties
Basic Epoxy Mixing Instructions
MAX GRE Usage and Application
Surface Preparation
Composite Fabricating Basics
Cold Weather Notice

Additional information

Weight5 lbs
Dimensions4 × 6 × 8 in

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