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RESINS AND EPOXY

TC-4206 A/B

 

 

 


For more information call BJB Enterprises, Inc. (714) 734-8450 Fax (714) 734-8929
www.bjbenterprises.com
Quality Management
System Registered
to ISO 9001:2008
EPOXY RESIN SYSTEMS
“Dedicated to QUALITY, SERVICE, SAFETY, and INNOVATION”
TC-4206 A/B
GENERAL PURPOSE, STRUCTURAL ADHESIVE
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
TC-4206 A/B is a buff-colored epoxy adhesive with a smooth, creamy consistency. It has been used primarily for bonding wood, metal and plastics. The development of this material largely came as a result of servicing the golf club industry where it has been used for shaft and insert bonding.
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:
Hardness, Shore D ASTM D-2240...........................................................................................................................................65 - 70
Color.............................................................................................................................................................................................Buff
Compressive Strength, (ultimate psi), ASTM D-695.................................................................................................................10,000
Water Absorption, (%) ASTM D-570.............................................................................................................................................2.0
Lap Shear, (psi) Aluminum to Aluminum, etched ASTM D-1002..............................................................................................2,000
The values shown are typical and are not recommended for specification purposes unless practical tolerances or limitations are established with BJB Enterprises, Inc.
HANDLING PROPERTIES:
Mix Ratio:
Part A....................................................................................................................................100 parts by weight or volume
Part B....................................................................................................................................100 parts by weight or volume
Viscosity........................................................................................................................................................................Semi-flowing
Work Time (1 lb. mass) @ 77F (25C).............................................................................................................................45 minutes
Cure Schedule, tack free time @ 77F (25C).....................................................................................................................6 - 8 hours
Full cure requires 40 hours @ 77F (25C).
SURFACE PREPARATION:
Clean, dry surfaces are required. Metals should be sanded and wiped clean with solvent.
STORAGE:
Store at 55° - 90F (13° - 32C) in a dry location. Unopened containers will have a shelf life of 12 months from date of shipment when properly stored at room temperature. Keep containers tightly sealed after use.
TC-4206 A/B Page 2 of 2 Date: 09/23/2005
For more information call BJB Enterprises, Inc. (714) 734-8450 Fax (714) 734-8929
NON-WARRANTY "Except for a warranty that materials substantially comply with the data presented in Manufacturer's latest bulletin describing the product (the basis for this substantial
compliance is to be determined by the standard quality control tests generally performed by Manufacturer), all materials are sold "AS IS" and without any warranty express or implied as
to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, patent, trademark or copyright infringement, or as to any other matter. In no event shall Manufacturer's liability for damages exceed
Manufacturer's sale price of the particular quantity with respect to which damages are claimed."
Quality Management
System Registered
to ISO 9001:2008
PACKAGING:
Quart Kits..................................................................................................................................................................2 lbs. A, 2 lbs. B
Gallon Kits................................................................................................................................................................8 lbs. A, 8 lbs. B
5-Gallon Kits.........................................................................................................................................................40 lbs. A, 40 lbs. B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
Use in a well-ventilated area. Avoid contact with skin using protective gloves and protective clothing. Repeated or prolonged contact on the skin may cause an allergic reaction.
Eye protection is extremely important. Always use approved safety glasses or goggles when handling this product.
IF CONTACT OCCURS:
Skin: Immediately wash with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse. It is not recommended to remove resin from skin with solvents. Solvents only increase contact and dry skin. Seek qualified medical attention if allergic reactions occur.
Eyes: Immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Call a physician.
Ingestion: If swallowed, call a physician immediately. Remove stomach contents by gastric suction or induce vomiting only as directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet before using this product.

 

 

TC-1600 A/B
GENERAL PURPOSE CLEAR EPOXY
LAMINATING RESIN

 

 

 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
TC-1600 A/B is an unfilled, low viscosity laminating resin generally used for fabricating reinforced laminates. It features an ability to cure at room temperature for applications that do not require a working service temperature above 180°F (82C). This system can provide service up to 300ºF (149C) when post-cured.
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: (1/4” laminates, 10 oz. cloth, post-cured specimens)
Hardness, Shore D ASTM D-2240............................................................................................................................................................95
Specific Gravity, (g/cc) cured ASTM D-792.........................................................................................................................................1.17
Cubic Inches per Pound...........................................................................................................................................................................24.7
Color/Appearance..................................................................................................................................................................................Clear
Tensile Strength, (psi) ASTM D-638.................................................................................................................................................35,000
Flexural Strength, (psi) ASTM D-790................................................................................................................................................40,500
Flexural Modulus, (psi) ASTM D-790...........................................................................................................................................2.3 x 106
Shrinkage, (in./in.).............................................................................................................................................................................0.00015
Izod Impact, (ft.lb./in.) ASTM D-256..........................................................................................................................................................5
Heat Deflection Temperature, ASTM D-648........................................................................................................................250F (121C)
Compressive Strength, (psi) ASTM D-695........................................................................................................................................42,000
Water absorption, (% in 100 Hours) ASTM D-570.................................................................................................................................1.5
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion, (in./in./F) ASTM D-3386.....................................................................................................1.1 x 10-5
HANDLING PROPERTIES:
Mix Ratio (by weight):
Part A...............................................................................................................................................................100 parts by weight
Part B.................................................................................................................................................................20 parts by weight
Specific Gravity (g/cc):
Part A........................................................................................................................................................................................1.15
Part B........................................................................................................................................................................................0.98
Mixed Viscosity, (cps) ASTM D-2393................................................................................................................................................1,700
Work Time, 1-lb. mass, 77F (25C)...........................................................................................................................................30 minutes
Demold Time @ 77ºF (25°C)..................................................................................................................................................12 – 15 hours
POST CURE:
TC-1600 A/B may need to be post cured when parts or tools will be subject to service temperatures in excess of 180°F (82C), or after laminating in cold weather conditions. Generally, most laminates can be de-molded at room temperature after 12 - 15 hours. Post-curing will expedite demold time, however a laminate should always be allowed to cool to room temperature before demolding.
TC-1600 A/B Page 2 of 2 Date: 08/19/2003
For more information call BJB Enterprises, Inc. (714) 734-8450 Fax (714) 734-8929
NON-WARRANTY "Except for a warranty that materials substantially comply with the data presented in Manufacturer's latest bulletin describing the product (the basis for this substantial
compliance is to be determined by the standard quality control tests generally performed by Manufacturer), all materials are sold "AS IS" and without any warranty express or implied as
to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, patent, trademark or copyright infringement, or as to any other matter. In no event shall Manufacturer's liability for damages exceed
Manufacturer's sale price of the particular quantity with respect to which damages are claimed."
Quality Management
System Registered
to ISO 9001:2008
RECOMMENDED CURE SCHEDULE:
1) 77°F (25C) - 16-24 hours [Will provide service to 180F (82C)]
2) 150°F (66C) - 2 hours followed by step #3
3) 250°F (121C) - 1 hour [Will provide service to 300F (149C)]
STORAGE:
Store at 55°-90F (13°-32C) in a dry location. Unopened containers will have a shelf life of 12 months from date of shipment when properly stored at room temperature. Keep containers tightly sealed after use.
PACKAGING:
Gallon Kits..............................................................................................................................................................9 lbs. A, 1.8 lbs. B
5-Gallon Kits............................................................................................................................................................40 lbs. A, 8 lbs. B
55-Gallon Drum Kits................................................................................................................................................400 lbs. 80 lbs. B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
Use in a well-ventilated area. Avoid contact with skin using protective gloves and protective clothing. Repeated or prolonged contact on the skin may cause an allergic reaction. Eye protection is extremely important. Always use approved safety glasses or goggles when handling this product.
IF CONTACT OCCURS:
Skin: Immediately wash with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse. It is not recommended to remove resin from skin with solvents. Solvents only increase contact and dry skin. Seek qualified medical attention if allergic reactions occur.
Eyes: Immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Call a physician.
Ingestion: If swallowed, call a physician immediately. Remove stomach contents by gastric suction or induce vomiting only as directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Contact a physician

 

 

 

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