Vinyl Ester Resin
Corrosion Resistant and Blended for Toughness
Our #1110 Vinyl Ester resin is formulated for maximum corrosion resistance to most fuels, vapors, and both acidic and basic chemicals. It is also heat resistant and blended for toughness. These qualities make it perfect for repairing tank linings, blistering boat hulls, as well as fabricating tough all-around parts. The properties of this resin allow it to withstand impacts and repeated flexing without developing cracks.
#1110 has a low viscosity, making it perfect for resin infusion applications. It can also be used for hand lay-up or spray applications that require excellent corrosion resistance, impact strength, and tensile elongation.
PLEASE NOTE: Shelf life is limited to 3 months. (Hetron 922)
This resin is formulated for 1.25% MEKP catalyzation. #1110 can be purchased alone or as part of a Resin and Hardener Kit.
#1110/69-F kit contains (1) QUART RESIN, (1) #69-A.
#1110/69-A kit contains (1) GAL RESIN, (2) #69-A.
#1110/69-AK kit contains (4) GAL RESIN, (8) #69-A.
5-gallon quantity (#1110-B) is considered hazardous (flammable) and will be subject to a hazard charge if shipped by standard ground.
All sizes of #1110 (quart, gallon, and 5-gallon) 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.
But i would say that it is reliable and very consistent, great working time plenty of time for rolling large panels.
it seems to wet out the same as polyester.
so far very happy with the out come
This resin is available in a variety of sizes that include:
One quart (#1110-F)
One gallon (#1110-A)
A five-gallon pail (#1110-B)
One drum (#1110-DRUM)
*Quantity discounts are available on the five-gallon pail only, when four or more units are ordered at one time.
This resin can be purchased as part of a kit that includes MEKP catalyst. You should purchase the kit unless you already have hardener in your workshop.
The kits include:
One quart of resin, with one 1 oz. bottle of hardener (#1110/69-F)
One gallon of resin, with two 1 oz. bottles of hardener (#1110/69-A)
One case of four gallons, with eight 1 oz. bottles of hardener (#1110/69-AK)