RenGel 177-144 Silicon Carbide Filled, Styrene Resistant Surface Coat (Gray)


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1/16" Pass / 1/8" Fail
60 Min Gel Time | 92D Shore Hardness
Formerly TDT 177-144. This epoxy surface coat is specifically designed for constructing close tolerance and long lasting molds to produce polyester parts. It is formulated with a silicon carbide filler to resist wear from abrasive materials, a chemistry that resists the effect of styrene monomer on the tool surface, and has a high temperature resistance to withstand the high exotherm generated during the polyester curing process.

This product requires the RP1500 Epoxy Hardener.

Catalog Number Description   Qty  
056025 RenGel 177-144 Styrene Resistant 5 Gal
056039 Ren 1500 Hardener Only - 1 Gallon

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