Infusion Epoxy System


LeapTech Infusion Epoxy is a high quality epoxy resin that was developed for the wind turbine industry.  The Medium and Fast versions have terrific ambient cure properties so they will work great for the home enthusiast and professional alike.  This resin is extremely clear and works exceptionally well in aesthetic applications such as carbon fiber hoods and carbon fiber doors.

We also use this resin system extensively in our own manufacturing processes here at LeapTech Composites.  We use it on a daily basis in RTM, Light RTM and Infusion.  We’ve found when using heated molds the resin performs exceptionally when cured at 140F.

# Resin Viscosity: 150 cps
# Epoxy resins require a hardener to initiate curing which is included in the kit.
# To Determine Final Volume, add the resin and hardener amounts given

* Mixing Ratio by Weight: 100:30
* Pot Life: 40 MIN POT LIFE @ 77F
* Set Time: 4 hours
* Drying Time: 24 hours
* Recommended Cure 2HRS @ 122F-140F
* Ambient Cure 24 hrs at 77F

Kit Pricing Includes RESIN and HARDENER
Pumps can also be purchased separately

Description of Epoxy Hardeners
All working times(pot life) are based upon an optimum working temperature of about 80 degrees F. Temperatures variations will greatly affect curing times, and when below 65F can sometimes double curing times. Other factors that affect epoxy curing can be moisture and humidity, as well as the thickness of lamination.

Description of Times Shown

* Pot Life: Represents the maximum amount of time that the mixture can remain in your pot. Once applied to your working surface(usually in thin layers) this will greatly increase the time you have before the epoxy sets.
* Set Time: This is the amount of time after the epoxy is applied in a thin film that it will arrive at a gel state, still wet, but no longer a liquid. To recoat without sanding between coats you must reapply after this point but before the drying time has completed.
* Drying Time: At this point the epoxy will be ready to sand and has reached about 90% of its cured hardness. Epoxy still might remain a bit flexible at this point but will complete 100% curing over the following 1-5 days.


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