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Teak deck FFE 200 fairing and bonding epoxy (1.2L)

Kit of 2 small buckets 0.8l à 1.2l /m²

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Teak deck FFE 200 fairing and bonding epoxy (1.2L)

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TDS FFE-200 1:1 Fairing & Bonding Epoxy is a custom blended epoxy mastic of high quality resins, activators and engineered  fillers  to  yield  a blush-free, light  weight,flexible andasily-sanded system used for both leveling and the final bonding of teak panels or planks.  TDS FFE-200 weighs only 0,85 kg per litre when cured and its cell-like structure makes it an excellent sound and thermal insulator. The viscosity of the TDS FFE-200 is formulated to be high enough to remain in place when used for deck
fairing,  but  low  enough  to  provide  excellent  wet-out  for bonding.  The TDS FFE-200 Fairing & Bonding Epoxy will cure in temperatures as low as 7º C.  Developed to be user-friendly, the simplified 1:1 mix ratio allows a batch of any size to be easily measured and mixed.  Once thoroughly mixed, the material can be spread immediately, requiring no induction time.  See Properties Chart at the end of this document  for  cure  specifications.  TDS  FFE-200  Fairing & Bonding Epoxy is D.O.T. non-corrosive so it does not require hazardous labeling for shipment.

His advantages :
• Good bond strength
• Excellent fairing material
• Excellent wet-out of bonding surfaces
• Best for vacuum bagging
• Medium viscosity for ease of spreading and leveling
• Flexible strength resists shock and twist
• Light weight fillers for reduced weight and sand-ability
• Good low temperature cure down to 45°F, 7°C
• 1:1 mix ratio for easy mixing
• Non-blushing

Propertie Value
Specific Gravity-Base A 0.82
Specific Gravity-Activator B 0.88
Flash Point >200° F / 93° C
Gel Time (8-oz Mix) 75-80 Minutes
Open Time – 3/16” / 4,5mm 150 Minutes
Film Set Time – 3/16” / 4,5mm @77° F / 25° C 4 Hours
Film Set Time – 3/16” / 4,5mm @40° F / 4,4° C 10 Hours
Heat Distortion Temperature 136° F / 58° C
Peak Exotherm – 100g Mass 205° F / 96° C
Adhesion To Teak Substrate Failure
Adhesion To Fiberglass Gelcoat Failure
Compressive Strength 12,900 psi
Compressive Modulus 310,000 psi
Tensile Strength 2,090 psi
Tensile Modulus 126,000 psi
Tensile Elongation 4.5%
Flexural Strength 5,400 psi
Flexural Modulus 420,000 psi
Hardness – Shore D 55-60
Adhesion To Aluminum >300 psi
Adhesion To Steel >350 psi

Instructions :
All surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of any dirt, grease, oil, etc. before beginning any surface preparation.

Steel should  be  sandblasted  or  ground  to  clean  white  metal per SSPC-SP63 to a 0,07-0,10 mm profile.  Vacuum surface  to  remove  grit  and  dust. Wipe  with  acetone. Apply 2-3 coats of a epoxy primer such as Awl-Grip Hull Guard, or equivalent, following the primer manufacturer’s instructions accordingly.

Aluminum should be sandblasted or ground with 24 grit disc pads to a 0,07-0,10 mm profile.  Vacuum surface to remove grit and dust.  Then follow with a vinyl wash primer  or  AlumaPrep  followed  by  a  mil/spec  zinc  or strontium   chromate   corrosion-inhibiting   primer,   then  Alexseal Epoxy Primer, Devoe Epoxy Primer, AwlGrip Hull Guard or equivalent, following the primer manufacturer’s instructions accordingly.

Fiberglass/Gelcoat should be ground with 36 grit paper until  no  shiny  surface  is  present,  then  wiped  down  with acetone.

Wood should be scuffed with 36 grit paper, then wiped down with acetone.  Do not use polyester resin or wood
sealers that contain oils.

Mixing Instructions:
Stir both A & B components before combining, especially if less than a full container is being used.  Mix by volume 1:1 One/1 part base resin to one/1 part activator  using  a  Milwaukee  1675-1  dual  speed drill  or  equivalent  and  an  EM120  Ribbon  Mixer
blade or equivalent operating at 300-1200 RPM or for larger projects, a Myers Engineering Catalyzing Mixer Model 501-1-5. Always mix at the lowest possible  speed  to  avoid  excess  air  entrapment.  TDS FFE-200 is supplied as a red base and an off-
white  activator  which  must  be  mixed  thoroughly  to achieve a uniform pink color with no streaking.  Mixing MUST be thorough to ensure a proper cure.  Application is not recommended below 7° C.  Keep from freezing!

Faring :
For fairing, flow out and level the TDS FFE-200 as  a  uniform  coating  on  the  clean,  dry  substrate  and allow to cure for at least 24 hours.  It is not recommended to cast more than 20mm of TDS FFE-200 in a single pour due to the possibility of
heat distortion but a second layer may be poured within 24 hours without abrading the first layer as  long  as  it  is  clean,  dry  and  wiped  down  with acetone.  When hard and dry to the touch (at least 24  hours),  aggressively  grind  the  TDS  FFE-200
using a 36 grit abrasive pad.  If sanded fairing is to be left exposed to contamination, coat with an epoxy primer to protect the open pores.    

Bonding :
Regardless of the substrate, it is mandatory that a sample adhesion test be performed to the primed/sealed surface at least 24 hours prior to the final glue-down.
Before bonding deck panels or planks, grind the surface or epoxy primer using a 36 grit abrasive pad and apply the TDS FFE-200 in a uniform layer using a 3-6mm notched trowel.  Panels or planks should then be set into the TDS FFE-200 within 45-60 minutes, sooner if temperatures are above 25° C or if surface is in direct sunlight.  To ensure a  proper  installation  be  sure  that  the  panels  or planks are completely embedded in the TDS FFE-200, leaving no voids. Panels will be adequately bonded  for  secondary  operations  after  12-  24 hours.

CAUTION : Teakdecking Systems Epoxies can cause skin and eye irritation upon frequent or prolonged exposure.  Avoid contact with skin and eyes by the use of gloves, goggles, impervious clothing and barrier creams.  In case of accidental contact, wash skin thoroughly with soap and water.  In the event of eye contact, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention. See MSDS for further information and first aid measures.

STORAGE : TDS FFE-200 will be usable for up to 24 months under  proper  storage  conditions  10-35°C  in  a sealed  container.  Prolonged  storage  may  cause the hardener to darken.  After prolonged storage, it is advisable to test a small mix to make sure it is viable.  Be sure to pre-mix the individual containers before testing.  Freezing may cause crystallization in the resin side.  If this occurs, warm to 55-70° C and stir to melt crystals.  The resin’s properties will be unaffected.

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