Easy-to-Use Durable Surface Coat
Our #1098 Epoxy Surface Coat is an off-white paste designed to form a tough, durable surface on patterns, fixtures, and epoxy molds. This smooth and creamy paste is easy to apply. It can be brushed or spread onto detailed surfaces without trapping air bubbles. It provides excellent surface gloss and resists chipping and cracking. Epoxy Surface Coat is ideal for demanding room-temperature industrial applications.
At room temperature (77°F), #1098 Epoxy Surface Coat will completely cure with no heat added in 16 to 18 hours. When fully cured, this surface coat system can be sanded.
- Mix Ratio (by weight) – 100:14
- Pot Life – 18-20 minutes
- Color – White
ShippingLower Viscosity Epoxy Surface Coat quart (#1098-A), quart case (#1098-B), and gallon (#1098-C) kits can be shipped via standard ground service without hazard charges within the 48 contiguous United States. All sizes of #1098 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.
SizesEpoxy Surface Coat This surface coat is a two-part kit, meaning it is one product made up of two containers. It is available in a one quart kit (#1098-A). Part A comes in a one quart container; Part B comes in a 1/2 pint container. Epoxy Surface Coat is also available by the case (#1098-B) which contains a six-count of one quart kits.
Epoxy Surface Coat is top notch
Dec 31, 2020 | By Mike James
I've used this product in it's various forms, since it was called "Akemi", back in the early 1990s, and it does exactly what I wanted... providing a VERY tough surface coat that can take the stress of mold making. Highly recommended!
Almost too thick
Mar 15, 2017 | By Randy Sonnicksen
As I write this I'm almost dreading laying up the 2nd half of my mold. I was surprised by how thick this "low viscosity" surface coat is. I was impossible to spread with a brush, and get my job done (about 250 square inches) within the pot life. I switched from a brush to a body filler spreader which worked better. This material will not self level. If you have thickness variations or "blobs", they will remain in the finished product. This is not all bad, just took me by surprise, and given the short pot life, I had to adjust my plan quickly.