Bronze-Filled Epoxy, Structural Adhesive Putty.
Ideal for statuary, antiques, boats, transportation equipment, vases, railings, metal furniture, metal trim, frames, and instruments. Use like MetalFix™ or FerroBond™ where a bronze appearance is preferred.
Technical Characteristics: Lb/gal: 16; Kg/L: 1.9. Pot Life 1 Hour. Color: Bronze
Uses: Applications are nearly limitless. Permanently repair any decorative or structural metal components. Also use these products on ceramic, glass, fiberglass, and most rigid surfaces. They offer the perfect solution to restore and rebuild metal window frames, sinks, pipes, gates, fences, stair rails, tanks, pipelines, off-shore rigs, vehicles, engines, tools, molds, frames, ship decks, bulkheads, hulls, stacks, masts, and more.
Features & Benefits: This compound offers versatility and resistance to wear and tear, even in high impact environments. It is shrink-free, dimensionally stable, and unaffected by atmospheric conditions, water, salt, alkalis, diluted acids, most solvents, oil, and grease. Resists temperatures up to 212°F (100ºC). Apply in any thickness. The cured product is easy to machine with standard tools and can be painted.
|Adhesive Shear Strength||175-211||17,24-20,69|
|Hardness Shore D||80|
Would this be a good bonding agent for me to place a ceramic baked photo on a bronze grave marker?
Q Would this be a good bonding agent for me to place a ceramic baked photo on a bronze grave marker? answer nowAsked by Jeannie Ramsey on March 26, 2022 10:11 amAnswered by the admin
The Aboweld 55-22 would probably be a better product for your application. It's an all-purpose adhesive gel that can be used on stone, concrete, masonry, metal, ceramics, glass, fiberglass and virtually any rigid surface.
What is the shelf life of this product how would you store it for maximum shelf life?
Q What is the shelf life of this product how would you store it for maximum shelf life? answer nowAsked by JERRY FRISBIE on February 29, 2020 3:08 pmAnswered by the admin At least a year, stored at room temperature with the lids sealed tightly.
What are BronzeWeld-P's electrical properties and will it form a bearing surface for a journal bearing?? Thx
- Does this product develop a patina like regular bronze?