High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat
Dissipate Heat and Extend the Life of your Mold
To get the best performance in high temperature service applications, use High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat. Our #1096 High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat is a two-part, low viscosity thixotropic system. It is smooth and creamy, allowing it to be spread on complicated surfaces without losing detail or trapping air bubbles. This aluminum filled epoxy surface coat system is designed for demanding tooling applications with frequent intermediate/high temperature exposure. It is well suited to resist cracking and surface crazing during these temperature fluctuations.
Cure using a ramp up cure schedule requiring at most 300°F
High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat will gel hard at room temperature. However, for applications requiring an elevated service temperature, an oven post-cure schedule is necessary. Before initiating an oven post-cure, allow this surface coat to gel at room temperature.
#1096 High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat is formulated for use with our #3000/3120 High Temp Epoxy Resin. When used together, High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat and High Temp Epoxy Resin can create tough, heat resistant tools. Follow the oven post-cure schedule required by #3000/3120 High Temp Epoxy Resin.
- Mix Ratio (by weight) – 100:12
- Pot Life @ 77°F – 25-30 minutes
- Color – Gray
- Post Cure Cycle – Hold for 3 hours each @ 150°F, 250°F, or 300°F
- Maximum Service Temperature - 270ºF
All sizes of #1096 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 surface coat is a two-part kit, meaning it is one product made up of two containers. It is available in sizes that include:
One quart kit (#1096-A). Part A comes in a one quart container; Part B comes in a 1/2 pint container.
One gallon kit (#1096-C). Part A comes in a one gallon container; Part B comes in a quart container.
High Temp Epoxy Surface Coat is also available by the case (#1096-B) which contains a six-count of one quart kits.