FILLERS

 

 

F 111 SUPERLITE

Hollow thermoplastic spheres with very low density. They are sized in order to mix well with epoxy resins

Bulk density 60g/lt

 

 

 

F 115 MICROBALLONS

Hollow phenolic resin spheres that have a distinctive reddish/brown colour. This makes them particularly useful for cosmetic joints in wood construction. Although not as waterproof as glass bubbles, microballoons have excellent sanding characteristics. Not compatible with polyester and vinylester resins. Store at tightly closed containers.

Particle density 250g/lt. Bulk density  100g/lt

 

 

 

 

 

 

F 119 GLASS BUBBLES.

Composed chemically of glass they are physically harder  than microballoons and more difficult to sand. However they are more waterproof.

Particle density 200g/lt. Bulk density  125 g/lt

 

F 125 HOLLOW GLASS SPHERES

Composed chemically of glass they are physically harder  than glass bubbles and more difficult to sand. However they are very waterproof.

Bulk density  270  g/lt

 

F 332 SILICA

Viscosity regulator. Silica is used to control sag characteristics of resin or resin-filler mixes. Very hard to sand, is not to be used in large quantities if sanding is anticipated. Very good to create structural adhesives and applications where a hard wearing surface is needed (like molds)

Bulk weight  50  g/lt

 

F 435 MICROFIBERS

Very fine wood cellulose fibers, used to create structural adhesives for various applications. Microfibers absorb and hold great amounts of resin. Very hard wearing, hard to sand, very good for bonding wood. Where a strong bond is required microfibers should always be preferred.

 

F 439 MOLDFILL

Moldfill, the hardest of all fillers is to be used mainly in mold construction. Not to be used where sanding is anticipated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F 550 GREY MICROSHERES

Is used mainly to create structural adhesives and putty.

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