When mixed, this product forms a cloudy gel which cures to a hard finish and is capable of bonding most materials of construction, including timber and metal (with proper pre-treatment). Megapoxy 69 Gel is used extensively in furniture manufacturing.
Megapoxy 69 Gel is also available as a liquid (Megapoxy 69 Liquid) in 1 Litre and 4 Litre kits.
You can add sanding dust to thicken the mix or disguise holes in timber. Megapoxy 69 can also be coloured with Megapoxy Epoxy Pigments. Epoxy Pigment Colours include: White, Black, Brown, Red, Yellow, Green, Grey and Beige.
Megapoxy HX is a very low viscosity liquid (and is therefore self-leveling). Mixed correctly, this product is clear.
It can be used to fill feature holes, cracks and dents in character timber table tops.
It is important to mix this product in the ratio specified (like all epoxies), which for HX is 3:1 by volume.
If you find the cure time is too long (particularly in winter, for example), you can use Megapoxy H Part B with Megapoxy HX Part A. Megapoxy H part B contains an accelerant which shortens the work and cure times.
Megapoxy PF Gel is the fast version of Megapoxy 69 Gel. It has a 3-5 minute work time. The hotter the ambient temperature the shorter the work time.
As with Megapoxy 69 Gel, the mixing ratio is 1:1 by volume. It is important to maintain this ratio, even though you may find that Part B has a lower viscosity relative to Part A. This means when you take a scoop of the Part A, it does not slump as much as Part B, and so some people add more Part B thinking that the scoop is not as large even though it has simply spread out on the mixing board. This results in a mixture that does not cure as hard as when it is mixed correctly.
Megapoxy PF Gel is also available in a liquid form (Megapoxy PF Liquid) in 1 Litre and 4 Litre kits.
AV XL Plus AV XL PLUS Single Pack Crosslinking PVA provides excellent sandability with a clear, non-staining glue line. Ideal for furniture making purposes - edge gluing timber sections, solid timber bonding, veneers to core substrates, finger jointing, R.F. curing applications.
AV 515 Provides a strong bond with high water resistance and D4 classification. Will form excellent bond with porous substrates and between porous and non-porous substrates including most common building materials (eg. polystyrene foam, timber, steel, masonry, FC sheet).