System 3000 High Temp Epoxy Kit
Best for High Temp Parts
#3000/3120 combine to make our 309HT High Temp Industrial Epoxy Kit. This kit is engineered to create composite components that will operate in intermediate/high temperature service environments, up to 309°F. It easily wets-out reinforcing fabric for stable fabrications. With the capability to post cure off of the tooling, you can use room temperature tooling for lower fabrication costs. Post-cured, this unfilled, amber epoxy laminating resin offers maximum stability in service applications involving frequent heating and cooling cycles.
Cure using a ramp up cure schedule requiring at most 300°F
For maximum stability in any application, an oven post-cure is strongly recommended. This epoxy laminating system will gel hard in 24 to 36 hours at 77°F. For applications where continuous service temperature is over 250°F, a post-cure is mandatory. Allow #3000/3120 High Temp Industrial Epoxy to gel at room temperature before initiating an oven post-cure.
- Mix Ratio (by weight) – 100:18
- Pot Life @ 77°F – 90-120 minutes
- Color – Amber
- Maximum Service Temperature – 309ºF
- Ramp up temperature at a rate of no more than 2-5°F per minute.
- Hold @ 150°F, 250°F, and 300°F for 3 hours each.
- Ramp down temperature to 100°F at a rate of no more than 2-5°F per minute. Do not shut down the oven and leave to cool.
All sizes of #3000/3120 (quart, gallon, and 5-gallon kits) will be subject to a hazard charge if shipped by air.
Please see our Hazardous Shipping Chart for more information about hazard fees. We will consolidate items whenever possible to minimize these fees.
This resin is available as a two-part kit, meaning it is one product made up of two containers (one part resin, one part hardener). It is available in a variety of sizes that include:
One quart kit (#3000/3120-A); made up of one quart of resin and one 1/2 pint of hardener.
One gallon kit (#3000/3120-B), made up of one gallon of resin and one quart of hardener.
A five-gallon kit (#3000/3120-C), made up of one 5-gallon pail of resin and one gallon of hardener.