Non-Blushing Fast Hardener
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Non-Blushing Fast Hardener

$32.75$162.70

The speediest hardener of our MAS Epoxies 2:1 Non-blushing System, Fast hardener gives you laminating power without the wait.  Since it’s part of our 2:1 system, it can be paired with LV Resin or FLAG Resin and mixed with our Medium and/or Slow Hardener as needed.  Additionally, at average temperatures you can re-coat with LV Resin and Fast Hardener in around 2 hours, which means you can get more done in a day, saving you time and energy.

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Description

  • No messy wash downs due to non-blushing properties
  • Clear finish means you get the structure and finish you want with one product
  • Fast gel time is great for small gluing projects and cool temperatures

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Non-Blushing Fast Hardener SDS

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    Where I live, it never gets above 70 degrees all year and it dips into the low 40s at night, even in summer. What is the minimum temperature I can use the LV-A and FAST-B to make fiberglass repairs on a sailboat, and how long until full cure? I do not have the ability to heat up a shop or anything. Thank you.
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    Q Where I live, it never gets above 70 degrees all year and it dips into the low 40s at night, even...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Orion Macleod on February 24, 2021 1:14 pm
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    We'd recommend tenting the area you're working on and getting the space to at least 55F for ease of application. You may experience a cloudiness or the chemical reaction could stall out in temps below 50F. It would be advisable to try to keep it warm for as long as possible. Timing the repairs during peak warmth hours is recommended and giving it a longer post cure of  10-14 days before putting it into service could ensure better physical and mechanical properties of the repairs. 

  2. What is the potlife of fast hardener with FLAG and this hardeder at 70-75 F? How long can i work with it before it kicks?
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    Q What is the potlife of fast hardener with FLAG and this hardeder at 70-75 F? How long can i work ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Mark Williams on February 18, 2021 7:24 am
    Answered by the admin

    You can check the resources tab on this page, the technical data bulletins on each product have the information you are looking for. 

  4. What is the work time at optimal temp for fast hardener when used with FLAG? I couldn’t find it on the data sheet.
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    Q What is the work time at optimal temp for fast hardener when used with FLAG? I couldn’t find it o...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Brieana on February 10, 2021 8:37 pm
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    70-75F 

  6. Which, if any, of your products can be used to coat the inside of a fresh water tank? Which can be used to coat the inside of a holding tank? thanks very much.
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    Q Which, if any, of your products can be used to coat the inside of a fresh water tank? Which can b...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Steve on February 1, 2021 8:00 pm
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    Hi Steve, great question.  None of our listed products can be used for freshwater or potable water tank applications.  We hope you're able to find something that meets your needs!

  8. Hello. What is the difference between LV resin and flag resin. Also are your resins toxic? I am currently using artresin (it is supposed to be non toxic and it does smell way less than most epoxy resin) but would switch to yours if it was non -toxic and didn't smell much. I use epoxy in my house so it is very important for me not to have noxious fumes. Thank you.
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    Q Hello. What is the difference between LV resin and flag resin. Also are your resins toxic? I am c...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Katya on October 14, 2020 12:03 pm
    Answered by the admin

    LV stand for low viscosity, it will be a lot thinner than FLAG which stands for Filling Laminating and Glueing. Both have three different speed hardeners which you can combine to dial in an exact set time. Example, if you added a bit of fast to medium you could have gel-time in between the two given the amount you mixed.  

    Both are 100% solids no-voc formulas. In a well-ventilated environment standard PPE practices will apply.  

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