Cold-Molding Epoxy Resin Systems

Wood Laminating Resin Systems

·         Epoxy Systems for use in traditional cold-molding applications with marine plywood and fiberglass cloth.

·         Comprehensive list of 3 to 1 epoxy resin systems for use in traditional cold-molding applications with marine plywood and fiberglass cloth.

·         Low cost epoxy resin systems for use in traditional cold-molding applications with marine plywood and fiberglass cloth.

Fiber Reinforced Plastic Epoxy Resin Systems

Hand Lay-Up Laminating Systems

·         Infusion and Injection systems for use when high heat distortion temperature is needed.

Standard Infusion and Injection Systems (see Color Matters Chart)

·         For use when infusing or injecting parts/hulls that do not need high heat distortion temperature.

Medium Temperature Infusion and Injection Systems

·         Infusion and Injection systems for use when medium heat distortion temperature is needed.

High Temperature Infusion and Injection Systems

·         Infusion and Injection systems for use when high heat distortion temperature is needed.

High Temperature Toughened Infusion and Injection Systems

·         Infusion and Injection systems for use when high heat distortion temperature and is enhanced strength is needed.

Ancillary Products for Marine Construction

Integral Tank Construction

·         Use these products to build your own integral fuel or potable water tanks to save yourself space and weight. Because you can build a tank of any shape with these products you will have incredible flexibility with the design of your next boat hull.

Integral Fuel Tank Construction

·         The Diesel Fuel Chart demonstrates the improved chemical resistance of our Integral fuel tank construction products compared to a standard laminating resin within the CPD line and competitive offset. Thanks to their superior chemical resistance, we recommend using the E-Z Poxy EZ 92 hardener with CPD 100A resin or CPD 4427A with 9375B for Integral Fuel Tank Construction.

Potable Water Tank Construction

·         Potable water tanks should be constructed with materials that meet the Federal Guidelines as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations 21 Parts 170-199 to assure safety in the drinking water from possible residue from the construction materials. Tanks built with materials that meet these requirements (fibers, etc.) along with our epoxy systems below should be eligible for certification by NSF in the full laminate form.

Keel Filler

·         Our low-density fiber filled epoxy syntactic paste can be molded with no slumping on a vertical surface.