Epoxy Adhesive withstands exposure to UV rays.
March 30, 2012 -
Virtually invisible, type 10-3713, 2-component epoxy adhesive dries clear so excess material is barely noticeable. Formulated with agents that guard against UV rays, non-yellowing epoxy has low viscosity that allows for good coverage of all surfaces, and bonds to most substrates. It penetrates substrates to form bonds at room temperature or with mild heat.
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21 Starline Way
Cranston, RI, 02921-3407
This Epoxy Thinks it's a Superhero
Epoxies, Etc. develops virtually invisible, super strong adhesive with special agents that guard against UV rays.
Epoxies, Etc. introduces the 10-3713, two component epoxy adhesive that dries so clear, excess material is barely noticeable. It resists yellowing due to addition of special proprietary ultraviolet protectors.
This epoxy's low viscosity allows for great coverage of all surfaces to be bonded. It penetrates substrates and forms bonds at room temperature or with mild heat.
Like a superhero, it's there when you need it to fill a gap, or form a strong and ultra clear bond.
o Outstanding adhesion
o UV protected (resists yellowing)
o Dries water clear
o Low viscosity
o Bonds to most substrates
Samples are available and may be requested from our website: www.epoxies.com