2 component quick casting resin, without fillers, hard (approx. 70 Sh.D), highly impact-resistant, very low viscosity (pours extremely well), a substantial amount of fillers can be added, odorless, cures to an opaque beige colour, density (at room temperature) approx. 1.1 g/cm³, mixing ratio of resin to hardener is 1:1, working life is approx. 2 minutes (for 200 g), de-moulding time is 20 minutes, temperature-resistant up to approx. 80 °C, shelf life with proper storage is at least 12 months (resin and curing agent), hazard warnings: resin: Xi irritant, hardener: Xn harmful
G27 is a PUR quick casting resin with a very fine texture and especially high flow quality. It is therefore excellent for the reproduction of very fine surface textures and intricate moulded pieces. Even in the case of thin walled pieces it reacts very quickly.
Because of its low viscosity, it is easy to remove the air from this resin and the subsequent pour presents no problems. G27 has a very short working life and can be very quickly de-moulded - namely, as soon as 20 to 30 minutes – and has very little shrinkage. In addition, it can be coloured very nicely, takes fillers and, after the hardening and the removal of the release agent, can be painted with excellent results. When cured, the G27 lends itself very well to mechanical workability.
Most polyurethane casting resins are inflammable and hazardous to your health and the environment. For this reason, they are not allowed to be sold to private consumers. You will therefore be required to attach a copy of your business license or proof of your status as a professional when ordering this product. Please take note of the dangers and the safety information on the package and the information titled “Safety at the Workplace” found under “Polyurethane” or, alternatively, “Casting Resins”.
The product consists of two components (resin and curing agent)!
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