Epoxy Hardner

Sr no Product Code Type Solvent Colour Gardner Viscosity poises in Brook Field Amine Value
1 SP – 115 Reactive Polyamide Resin Solvent Less 9 450-650 in Brook Field RVT/S-28, RPM-10at 40°C 210-230

Uses: Hardener for Epoxy, Good chemical resistance for faster curing.

2 SP – 115 Reactive Polyamide Resin 70% in Xylene 10 10-20 Poise in Brook Field RVT/S-28, RPM-100 at 30°C 210-245

Uses: Hardener for Epoxy, Good chemical resistance for faster curing.

3 SP – 125 Reactive Polyamide Resin Solvent Less 8 500-650 Poise in Brook Field RVT/S-28, RPM-6 at 25°C 280-320

Uses: Coating for Paint and Adhesive.

4 SP – 140 Reactive Polyamide Resin Solvent Less 10 130-170 Poise in Brook Field RVT/S-28, RPM-10 at 40°C 350-400

Uses: Floor Coating for Construction and Solvent Less Coatings.

5 SP - 160 Reactive Polyamide Resin Solvent Less 8 3-6 Poise in Brook Field RVT/S-28, RPM-100at 25°C 350-400

Uses: Floor Coating for Construction and Solvent Less Coatings.

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