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Technical Data Sheet

 

 

 

Most recent revision date:          March 2009

 

 

EPIKOTE™ Resin 03141

 

 

 

Product Description

 

EPIKOTE™ Resin 03141 is a low viscosity epoxy resin produced from bisphenol A and epichlorhydrine and containing an added proportion of reactive diluents.

 

The resin has a low volatility and is nearly inodorous, factors which are responsible for its agreeable handling characteristics.

 

 

 

Application Areas/Suggested Uses

 

Low viscous epoxy resin especially for crack injection system and bonding of cracks in concrete in combination with the curing agent EPIKURE™ Curing Agent 03141. Due to the low viscosity and high reactivity of this system a good penetration and good mechanical properties can be reached. The adhesion to concrete is by far higher compared to the bonding strength within concrete.

EPIKOTE™ Resin 03141 shows at low temperatures a tendency for crystallization.

 

 

Benefits

 

  • Good wetting characteristics
  • Low viscosity within the system
  • Good mechanical performance

 

 

 

Sales Specification 

Property

Unit

Value

Test Method /

Standard

Refractive Index at 25ºC

 

1.531 –  1.533

DIN 51423

Viscosity at 25°C

mPa·s

275 – 375

DIN 53015

Color

Gardner

3 max

ISO 4630

 

 

 

 

 

Typical Properties

 

Property

Unit

Value

Test Method /

Standard

Delivery form

 

liquid

 

Epoxy number

%

23.0 – 24.0

DIN 16945

Epoxy equivalent

g/equivalent

178 – 182

DIN 16945

Density at 20ºC 

Kg/L

1.10 – 1.12

ISO 2811

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safety, Storage & Handling

 

Please refer to the MSDS for the most current Safety and Handling information.

 

EPIKOTE™ Resin 03141 should be stored at room temperature in conditions such that moisture is excluded, in the original containers kept tightly closed. Under these conditions the shelf life should be a minimum of three years from date of certification.

EPIKOTE™ Resin 03141 shows a tendency for crystallization after longer periods of time. If crystallization occurs at low temperatures, the crystallization can be removed by heating to 60-70°C and stirring.

 

 

 

 

 

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