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The PC Products PC-SuperEpoxy is an epoxy adhesive paste used to bond, seal, and fill a range of materials, including wood, metal, glass, brick, concrete, and fiberglass. The two-part epoxy paste comes in a double syringe with part A on one side and part B on the other. It cures to a translucent color, which helps it blend in with bonded material. It can be used in indoor and outdoor applications. After maximum curing, it can be drilled, tapped, filed, and sanded.
|Continuous service temperature range||-20 to +200 degrees F|
|Working time||15 minutes (at 70 degrees F)|
|Time until cured for service||3 to 4 hours (dependent on temperature, humidity, and application size)|
|Time until fully cured||3 to 7 days (dependent on temperature, humidity, and application size)|
|Compatible materials||Wood, metal, glass, brick, concrete, and fiberglass (see product data sheet for additional compatible materials and exclusions)|
|Color when mixed||Translucent|
Protective Coating Company manufactures products to repair and restore various materials, including wood and concrete. The company, founded in 1954, is headquartered in Allentown, PA.
super strong epoxy used for iron baluster installation. only a little bit goes a long way!Published 1 month ago by L. Sheehan
This is my go-to epoxy. I like the extra working time. Every batch I have made hardens properly and I have had no failures (used maybe 6 times) so far.Published 2 months ago by JonRode
Super easy to use. Works better and cleaner than other injection style glues/epoxy. If it weren't for the high cost per ounce, this would be the epoxy I would always use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Darkjet
Don't buy if you're looking for a fairly clear epoxy. This stuff is disappointingly opaque, looks just like the yellow/cream paste. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kevin Schwandt