Steel-Filled Liquid Adhesive and Casting Compound.
Casting version of FerroBond-P™. Choose when flowing consistency is needed for pouring. Excellent for tooling.
Lb/gal: 19; Kg/L: 2.3. Pot Life 1 hour. Color: Dark Gray
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.
TYPICAL TEST RESULTS
|Adhesive Shear Strength||175-211||2,500-3,000||17,24-20,69|
|Hardness Shore D||80|
Customer Questions & Answers
I want to fill in and level a stamped steel extension wing on my tablesaw. Will this do it and will the filler be magnetic, i.e hold a magnet in place?
- Can I thin Ferrobond p with this product? Having trouble making Ferrobond spread evenly with spreader due to its consistency
- I have a square steel fence post that has rusted through just above the concrete base. Can i use this product or another of your to fill in the cavity between the rusted section to restore the post? It would be like an internal plug extending from the bottom portion to the upper spanning the small gap between them.
- I'm looking to repair some old metal windows and particularly the frame/sills. I'm familiar with the wood epoxy system, is the metal system the same to where the liquid is necessary before applying the putty?