Talc Fillers

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  • Talc Fillers

    2.5039.80 (ex vat)

    Talc is an all-purpose inexpensive filler powder which is used to make resin into a bodyfiller. Also used in resin casting to reduce cost, shrinkage and heat generated by resin curing. Catalyst should be added before filler powder. Dark grey in colour.

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    Marine Filler (Teroson UP 610)

    13.9624.86 (ex vat)

    TEROSON® UP 610 is the universal unsaturated polyester body filler used for marine applications. It repairs transom/stern damages, stress cracks, keel and rudder surfaces, redundant holes, engine mountings, damaged and pitted propellers, cracks and holes on hulls and superstructures, damages caused by osmosis or crazing, gaps between hull and deck and worn and damaged superstructures.

    Marine filler fills and seals holes and cracks. Can be used underwater when over marine paint.

    Super smooth finish on wood, metal, glass fibre and aluminium. Can be painted with all marine finishes. Applications: Ideal for superstructure repairs

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    Glassfibre Filler (Teroson UP 150)

    13.9624.86 (ex vat)

    Teroson UP 150 is a two-part unsaturated polyester body filler used for bridging and repairing holes on many surfaces such as steel, aluminium, galvanized surfaces and glass fibre. The right solution for lots of marine filling applications.

    Formerly known as Plastic Padding Glass Fibre Filler now is sold under the Teroson fillers brand owned by the Henkel company.

    The product consists of 2 parts – 1 part 15g x UP 190 hardener and 1 part x 743g of Teroson UP 150 filler.

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    Marine Epoxy Filler (Teroson)

    19.40 18.42 (ex vat)

    Marine Epoxy Filler

    MARINE EPOXY is especially for below waterline repairs on metal, wood and glass fibre. Can be applied under water. Is effective with osmosis blisters.

    MARINE EPOXY is a two-part system consisting of an epoxy resin and a hardener. When mixed in equal volumes, the resin and hardener react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond in 120 minutes. It can be applied and cured underwater. Ideal for repairing pipes. It cures to a white finish and can be easily sanded or machined. It does not shrink and is resistant to water and most common solvents. Check out our Repair Data sheet Information Sheets

     

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