100 Patterson Ave.
P.O. Box 656
Bay City , MI 48707 US
Gougeon Brothers Inc.
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Pro-Set Standard Surfboard Epoxies
STANDARD SURFBOARD EPOXIES
PRO-SET Surfboard Epoxies are brilliant, ultra-clear systems formulated for high-volume production with fast flip times, excellent sandability and outstanding cosmetics in the showroom and on the waves.
Outstanding cosmetics. Ultra clear. Optical brighteners enhance whites and colors, bringing out the best in today’s foam blanks (no dyes used). Great UV and color stability. Use SBE-166 Absolute Clear for a colorless clear finish over dark surfaces or wood.
Fast production. 2:1 resin to hardener ratio. Flip time as fast as 1 hour at 85˚F with added accelerator. Very low to no blush. Sands easily without complicated additives. SBE-262 Fast Hardener is formulated for hot coating and cooler shops. SBE-265 Slow Hardener has low exotherm and is formulated for laminating, potting, and hotter shops.
Superior physical properties with room temperature cure.
- SBE-160 Classic Bright
- SBE-163 Vivid Bright
- SBE-166 Absolute Clear
- SBE-262 Surfboard Fast Hardener
- SBE-265 Surfboard Slow Hardener
- SBE-460 Accelerator – Surfboard epoxy accelerator. Speed cure time of SBE-160 / SBE-262 when added at *3% by weight.
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