Steel-Filled Epoxy Structural Adhesive Putty.
Repair or fill metal components, castings, tanks, and magnetic fixtures. Preferred to Metalfix-P where heavier weight, magnetism, or highest heat transfer are the main criteria. Lb/gal: 20.5; Kg/L: 2.5. 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.
UPC: 1-Pound Kit – 051191710018
TYPICAL TEST RESULTS
|Adhesive Shear Strength||175-211||2,200||17,24-20,69|
|Hardness Shore D||80|
Customer Questions & Answers
I have cast iron window grates that have more than half of the casting joints between panels structurally filled. The joints that remain will be difficult to paint and may need to be filled after sandblasting grate. Is FerroBond P the right putty to use?
- I am looking for a product similar to Belzona 111 or Resimac 101. Do you have a similar product?
Q I am looking for a product similar to Belzona 111 or Resimac 101. Do you have a similar product? answer nowAsked by Gerardo Landa on December 16, 2022 1:52 pmAnswered by the admin
The FerroBond P would be the product similar to the 2 you mention.
I need to repair a metal panel that is on the face of a building down low next to the sidewalk. The area is subject to salting. is Steel-Filled Epoxy Structural Adhesive Putty the right product to use?
- What are the tests used to establish strength values?
Q What are the tests used to establish strength values? answer nowAsked by Walter Broner on March 2, 2022 2:31 pmAnswered by the admin
Ferrobond P is tested with the ASTM Standard for tensil, compression and flex strength.
I need to repair a vise mounting foot, it appears to be cast steel, would the putty or liquid be a better option? An once it fully cures can I machine it down?