Which epoxy should I choose?
Epoxy is a very versatile product. With this decision aid you are assured of the right epoxy at home!
What are you going to use the epoxy for?
A. To coat furniture
B. As a UV-resistant top layer
C. To pour furniture or moulds
D. To create 2D artworks
E. I want to try everything with it
The best epoxy for your project can be found in the table below. Finally, choose the desired layer thickness.
|Product||Processing time||max. layer thickness|
|a||FLOW RESIN Epoxy Coating Transparent UV||20 minutes||0.5 cm|
|B||FLOW RESIN Epoxy casting resin UV resistant||120 min||3 cm|
|C||FLOW RESIN Epoxy casting resin for medium castings||120 min||3 cm|
|C||FLOW RESIN Epoxy casting resin for large castings||360 min||10 cm|
|d||FLOW RESIN UV Resin Art Epoxy MV – thick||20 minutes||0.5 cm|
|d||FLOW RESIN UV Resin Art Epoxy LV – thin||120 min||3 cm|
|E||FLOW RESIN Universal epoxy casting resin fast||20 minutes||0.5 cm|
|E||FLOW RESIN Universal epoxy casting resin slow||100 min||3 cm|
Flow Resin UV Resin Art Epoxy MV, special casting resin for Resin Art
Applications Flow Resin UV Resin Art Epoxy MV
- Making coasters
- Casting smaller molds
Benefits Flow Resin UV Resin Art Epoxy MV
- Very UV stable
- Crystal clear (highly transparent)
- Excellent self-venting ability
- Mixing ratio by weight 100:50 or 2:1
Masterclass for inspiration
Watch fun and inspiring videos on our YouTube channel about what you can make with casting resin. This masterclass provides many insights into working with cast resin.
Applying color in casting resin
If you want to apply a nice color instead of the standard transparent casting resin, there is plenty of choice! We have clear (transparent), metallic and RAL pigments available. In addition, the ready-made combinations such as the Earth-collection and Sea-collection .
|set||Epoxy resin (comp. A)||Hardener (comp. B)|
|0.75 kg||0.50 kg||0.25 kg|
|1.50 kg||1.00 kg||0.50 kg|
|3.00 kg||2.00 kg||1.00 kg|
|7.50 kg||5.00 kg||2.50 kg|
|15.0 kg||10.0 kg||5.00 kg|
|30.0 kg||20.0 kg||10.0 kg|
Processing time 500gr* at 20 degrees: 20 minutes
Curing time (20 degrees): 16 to 24 hours
Full curing: 7 days
Minimum casting height: 1mm (0.1cm)
Maximum casting height: 5mm (0.5cm)
Consumption per m2 (per mm height): 1.10 kg
Temperature resistance: 65 degrees
*With a large quantity, the processing time is shorter due to exothermic reaction in the mixing bucket. Never mix more than necessary.