9,68 € IVA incl.
9,68 € IVA incl.
HAND CONTACT MOLDING
Once the mold is prepared, with the surface completely smooth, apply 3 or 4 coats of mold release wax. On this surface a thin layer of V-8130 is applied by means of a gun or by hand with a sponge.
Then a gel-coat is applied by brush or spray gun forming a layer of uniform thickness of 1/2mm. To proceed with the lamination, the gel-coat layer must have a solid consistency but somewhat sticky to the touch.
Once the reinforcement material has been prepared, the resin is prepared according to the following percentage formulation by weight;
-POLYESTER RESIN 100BXS15 ....... 100
-CATALYST F11............................. 1.5 - 2.0
Test of 100gr of Ferpol 100BSX15 at 20ºC
REPAIR OF CRACKS
To repair damage to bumpers, underbody, motorcycle fairings, swimming pools or any other reinforced polyester parts you must follow the following steps;
-Sanding of the damaged part until the reinforcement layers are exposed.
-Perform a stratrification using the same glass reinforcements missing without exceeding the upper level of the breakage.
-Finish with a TopCoat so that later we can sand and polish the repair.
-For breaks with perforation, a plate or waxed cardboard with a smooth surface must be placed on the outside, on which the missing layer will be built.
Always use in ventilated places.
To carry out a layering it is advisable to have at hand a container with Ac1 solvent to clean the tools used before the hardening of the resin.
Add the pigment to all the resin to be used to obtain a homogeneous color.
Prepare the fiberglass by cutting it with paper templates before starting the work.
Have a container at hand to make small mixtures of resin and catalyst to prevent it from hardening before you can use it, do not mix more than you can use.
Composition of the Kit of 1 Kg:
1Kg of Ferpol 100 BSX15
25gr of Catalyst F-11
Composition of the 5 Kg Kit:
5Kg of Ferpol 100 BSX15
100gr of Catalyst F-11
Composition of the 25 Kg Kit:
25Kg of Ferpol 100 BSX15
500gr of Catalyst F-11
Both the temperature and the quantity used have an influence on the drying process, so the data we provide are approximate.
We recommend you to watch this video in which Juan Villa explains how to use the resin to repair a swimming pool:
JUAN VILLA TEACHES YOU HOW TO REPAIR A SWIMMING POOL
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