Freeman 1080 Polyurethane Elastomer

Popular Specifications

Castable to 1/2" in thickness
20 Min. Gel Time | 80D Shore Hardness
Formerly known as FMSC 1080, this brilliant white, 80 shore D urethane elastomer offers a 20 minute gel time. It features a 1:1 mix ratio by volume, a low viscosity for pouring thin-walled parts, and sufficient time to degas. The Freeman 1080 can be demolded within 2-4 hours.

Freeman 1080 Polyurethane 4# kit has been discontinued. It has been replaced with a 2# kit - pcn 055419.

Freeman 1080 is moisture sensitive. Vacuum degassing is highly recommended or the use of a pressure pot.

Catalog Number Description   Qty  
055419 Freeman 1080 Urethane Casting Resin Quart Unit (R & H)
055412 Freeman 1080 Urethane Casting Resin Gallon Unit (R & H) SO
055411 Freeman 1080 Urethane Casting Resin 5-Gallon Unit (R & H) SO

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