International’s Watertite is a quick drying epoxy filler that is most suitable for use on Glass Reinforced Plastic, Wood, Steel, Aluminium or Lead. The high strength product features adhesion properties and will not shrink. It’s also extremely water resistant, making it suitable for osmosis damage repairs.
How can the formula be applied?
It can be applied with a palette knife or spreader.
How long should I wait in-between coats?
If applied at 10C – Minimum of 10 hours.
15C – Minimum of 6 hours.
23C – Minimum of 5 hours.
30C – Minimum of 4 hours.
How long should I wait before sanding?
If applied at 10C – 10 hours.
15C – 6 hours.
23C – 5 hours.
35C – 4 hours.
How long should I wait before immersion?
If applied at 10C – 5 days.
15C – 3 days.
23C – 2 days.
35C – 36 hours.
What is Watertite Epoxy Filler coverage?
Approximately one metre square per litre (at 1mm thick).
At what temperature can the Epoxy Filler be applied?
It is recommended that the substance is applied with the temperature between 10C and 35C.
What type of material is the formula suitable for (after priming)?
It’s recommended that the substance is applied on Glass Reinforced Plastic, Wood, Steel, Aluminium or Lead.
Is the epoxy suitable for above the waterline or below the waterline?
This product suitable for use both above and below the waterline.
Fills up to 20mm without sagging.
A high strength. quick drying epoxy filler that offers superior water resistance.
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