|PR2032 RESIN QUART|
|PR2032 RESIN 3/4 GALLON|
|PR2032 RESIN 5 GALLON|
|AEROPOXY PH3663 HARDENER PINT|
|AEROPOXY PH3663 HARDENER QUART|
|AEROPOXY PH3663 HARDENER 2 GAL|
|AEROPOXY PH3663 HARDENER 30-GAL DRUM|
PR2032 is a medium viscosity, unfilled light amber resin that is designed for structural production applications. PR2032, when used with PH3663, provides a low viscosity resin system ideal for the infusion process while expanding the quality and versatility of the high performance Aeropoxy line. This combination is less than half the mixed viscosity of the standard hardeners offered, reducing resin content, and exhibits exceptional physical properties when used with glass, carbon or aramid fibers. The 90 minute pot life allows ample time for most infusions and versatility for wet lay-up vacuum bagging of tooling or parts. It cures up well in thin section
with an overnight cure at room temperature. Cured properties with the PH3663 hardener maintain the high standard set by the AEROPOXY line.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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PR2032 RESIN QUART
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This cures clear, but it is not a clear coat, and will have a haze look the more used. The hardener gets darker with age, and will turn a amber/maroon color over time. It is still good, if it is within the shelf life and has a dark hardener.