Mixing Supplies should be used to mix resin with resin additives when preparing for the lay-up process. Additives like catalyst and hardener are necessary in order for resins to work properly. Other additives, like fillers, pigment, and wax, are optional and chosen for the desired characteristics they bring to resin.
Before the lay-up process begins, mixing resin properly and thoroughly with any of these additives is a critical step. Be sure you select materials based on the amount and type of resin you intend to mix.
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EZ Mix ContainersMix 2-part Resins by Ratio in Same ContainerGraduations display volumetric ratios for all kinds of mixes, but are especially helpful for mixing epoxy resin and...
Plastic Stirrer for UrethanesMoisture-Free and Reusable Stir SticksUrethane casting resins are particularly susceptible to moisture. Contamination of the resin can adversely affect...
Want to learn more about mixing resin? Take a look at helpful charts in our Learning Center, including our Catalyst Chart and our Viscosity Guidelines. While you're there, read our helpful white paper, About Resins for more insight.
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