1102 Series is a toughened, high performance, thixotropic adhesive, with a simple 1:1 by volume mixing ratio. The resin is grey/green in colour and the hardener is yellow. It is a very versatile system suitable for bonding a large range of materials in the electrical industry, such as fibreglass, copper, timber, metals, concrete, masonry, and most plastics. With its inherent thixotropic characteristics, 1102 Series needs no further filler addition for most applications. It has a high heat distortion temperature of over 125 degrees C. 1102 Series is formulated to handle bond lines of 5mm.
All 1102 SERIES Kit purchases online will come with both Part A and Part B resin.
- Resin should be mixed in a clean plastic disposable container or measuring jug. Resin should be measured by volume only. It is very important to accurately measure resin and hardener for optimum performance.
- Ideal resin temperature is 18-25°c or room temperature. Resin temperature outside of this will have a change in pot life and working time.
- Mix in the following ratio 1 Part A : 1 Part B (1102A : 1102B).
- Resin pot life will be approx. 120-140mins when mixed at a ratio of 1:1. *
- Use a syringe or measuring cup to measure hardener accurately, add to measured resin and mix slowly, ensuring not to create excessive air entrapment. Mix for approx. 30 seconds, ensuring to scrape bottom and edges of the mixing container.
- Epoxy resins a suspectable to amine blush at times, amine blush is an oil like film that appears on the resin surface once cured, and this is due to excessive moisture in the air, to minimize the amount of blush that may appear on the resin surface ensure you choose a low humidity day or environment this will aid in reducing the blush. In the event that blush occurs light wet sand and polish can improve the surface finish.
General Safety Directions
- Always consult the Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Available upon request.
- Use in a well ventilated area.
- Wear the following PPE safety equipment; disposable gloves, face mask, safety glasses.
- If resin or hardener comes into contact with skin or clothing. Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin with cool water. If any further symptoms persist consult your doctor or emergency department.
- Dispose of all resins as per your council regulations for hazardous material.
* To be used as a guide only, ambient temperature and resin temperature will effect geltime and curing properties. The end user must test material before any application to ensure correct compatibility of the resin.