CHILL DEEP POUR is a 100% reactive epoxy system with very low viscosity and high ultraviolet resistance. The CHILL DEEP POUR makes it possible to cast river tables, from 60-100 liters, between to 2” and 2.5” thick, in a single casting depending on the form and mass, while maintaining its transparency and high precision. Its long pot life makes it possible to mix several liters at a time and to pour a large quantity of resin during the production of the river table. The CHILL DEEP POUR demolding time is 7 days at 22C/74F. This system also meets the European RoHS standard.
- Best for making deep river tables in one pour or casting.
- Ideal for pours up to 2.25″ at a time.
- Setting time of 7 days
- No Cooling systems needed!
- Self-rising/Bubble-free technology
- Crystal clear transparency
- True-Zero VOC/Food Grade
- Pot life of 30 hours
- 2-component kit (2A/1B)
- Excellent impact resistance
- Excellent UV resistance
- Available in 30L or 60L Commonly used in live edge woodworking for making deep epoxy river tables in one pour vs. two separate pours. Please contact us for shipping our 60L kit.
Store CHILL DEEP POUR on a pallet (do not store directly on the floor) or shelf @ 22 °C with relative humidity less than 60%. A cold environment will increase the viscosity of each part A and B and a warmer environment will decrease it. Before using CHILL DEEP POUR, be sure to mix each Part A and B. Minimize air formation as much as possible by gently mixing for a minimum of 10 minutes with a metal spatula. Don’t forget to scrape the sides and bottom. Mix exactly 2 parts of A with 1 part of B by volume (or 100 A / 44 B by weight) and make sure to mix evenly, making sure to scrape the edges and the bottom of your container. Since the pot life of the system is 1800 minutes @ 22 ° C for a mass of 200 grams, be sure not to mix more material that can be applied within the life time pot. It is important to note that the pot life time will be shortened in a warmer environment and will be lengthened in a cooler environment. The handling time will reflect the temperature level. Also, the greater the amount of resins to be mixed, the shorter the pot life time will be. Uncured material can be easily cleaned using isopropyl alcohol or T-901 solvent.