Scubapoxy 1725

Underwater-applied Coating & Adhesive (Grey)

Scubapoxy 1725 Underwater-applied Coating and Adhesive.








Product Description

A two-component, Kevlar®-reinforced epoxy coating and adhesive designed in conjunction with commercial divers to perform in underwater, marine and wet-area environments.

Premium epoxy resins and curing agents are used for a diver-friendly product offering excellent adhesion and long-term protection.

Uses

  • Coating, patching, sealing, repairing and attaching of surfaces and materials in underwater, marine and wet-area environments.
     

Technical Information

Description:  
2-pack epoxy/polyamine.
Colour:  
Mid-grey.
Finish: 
Glossy, slight "orange peel" texture.
Cleaner:  
MEK, acetone, methylated spirits.
Mix Ratio:
1:1 v:v
Pack Size:
4 litres.
Solids:   100%        


Technical Advantages

  • Non-hazmat - solventless, non-corrosive, non-flammable product for safer use and simplified, cheaper transport.
  • Potable water tested under AS 4020.
  • Diver-friendly - high-density, thixotropic product for easier application underwater (less mess and wastage - not prone to stringing or floating). Resin-rich, paste formulation give superior tackiness and adhesion compared to traditional “putty” products.
  • Kevlar® reinforcement and filler combination imparts tremendous wear and impact resistance.
  • Convenient 1:1 by volume mix ratio, with black and white components for easy detection of poorly mixed product.
  • Suitable for dry, damp, wet or underwater - completely waterproof for excellent protection against corrosion.
  • Can be applied over most substrates - concrete, metal, fibreglass, wood, PVC etc.
  • Primerless, high-build protection with good sag resistance (up to 2mm vertically @ 25oC).
  • Good tolerance of low temperatures.
  • Field-friendly - mix ratio tolerance and long storage life, combined with surface tolerance gives a truly field-friendly product.


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