Slow-Cure™ 30 min. epoxy works best for forming reinforcing fillets on joints. It has the highest strength of the BSI epoxies. It is waterproof and more heat resistant. Slow-Cure™ can be used for bonding if you are willing to wait overnight. Fillers such as microballoons can be mixed with Slow-Cure™ and Finish-Cure™ to form a putty-like consistency. Such fillers will usually decrease the working time by about 25%. Bonded objects can be handled after 8 hours and the cured epoxy reaches full strength within 24 hours.
Works Best On:
- Glass & Metal
- White Foam
Works Good On:
- Balsa Wood
- Soft Wood
- Hard Wood
- Hard Plastics
Slow-Cure™ 30 min. Epoxy is an equal two-part hobby adhesive that forms high strength bonds through a chemical reaction between the resin and hardener. The cured epoxy is resistant to most chemicals.
Slow-Cure™™ has the highest strength of BSI epoxies and should be applied in temperatures above 70°F. Slow-Cure™ maintains it's strength in both the lowest and highest temperature ranges of the BSI line of epoxies.
Slow-Cure™ bonds best to clean, textured surfaces. Smooth, non-porous surfaces should be roughened with coarse sandpaper to improve adhesion. Acetone and Isopropyl rubbing alcohol work as the best solvents for cleaning uncured epoxy from surfaces. Slow-Cure™ works best for forming reinforcing fillets on joints and can be mixed with microballons or other fillers to form putty-like consistency. Slow-Cure™ is waterproof and forms superior bonds if you're willing to wait overnight. It has better penetration of porous surfaces for better bonding. Full cure in 6-8 hours.Safety Data Sheet