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White Gel Coat Crystic 65 PA BRUSH

Crystic 65PA White 337 Brush Polyester Gelcoat

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Crystic Gelcoat 65PA is a pre-accelerated, isophthalic gelcoat. It has been formulated for brush application, but spray versions are available.

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Crystic Gelcoat 65PA is a pre-accelerated, isophthalic gelcoat. It has been formulated for brush application, but spray versions are available. Crystic Gelcoat 65PA is available in a wide range of colours and the information contained in its technical data sheet also applies to these pigmented versions. A non-accelerated version, Crystic Gelcoat 65, can also be supplied.

Crystic Gelcoat 65PA is designed for use in the marine, building and transport industries. It is also suitable for general moulding requirements.

Crystic Gelcoat 65PA has excellent water and weather resistance.

Crystic Gelcoat 65PA is approved by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping for use in the construction of craft under their survey.  When backed with Crystic 356PA, it is capable of obtaining a Class 1 certificate to BS476 Part 7 and of satisfying the requirements of the Building Regulations for a Class O structure. The same laminate can also achieve an M1 rating to the French Epiradiateur NFP 92-501 test.

Gel time at 20 ºC: 15 minutes

Deflection Temperature Under Load† (1.80 MPa): 75 ºC

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Crystic Gelcoat 65PA Isophthalic White 337 Brush Gelcoat x 1 kg, supplied with 20 g of MEKP catalyst

Crystic Gelcoat 65PA Isophthalic White 337 Brush Gelcoat x 5 kg, supplied with 100 g of MEKP catalyst

Crystic Gelcoat 65PA Isophthalic White 337 Brush Gelcoat x 25 kg, supplied with 0.5 kg of MEKP catalyst

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ADR (DANGEROUS GOODS)

Some products will be considered dangerous goods (ADR) when their container exceed certain amounts. ADR products must be transported by special transport agencies, such as DACHSER or TXT.

* The following products will be considered ADR (Dangerous Goods) when their container EXCEED the values shown in the table below. Products of equal or smaller size than those shown will not be considered ADR, so they may be transported also by SEUR/DPD and GLS.

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PRODUCT                                                                     

Polyvinyl and Isopropyl alcohol ................................................  1 L

Ethylmethylketone / Methyl ethyl ketone ................................... 1 L

Acetone ....................................................................................   1 L

Methyl ethyl ketone Peroxide (X-8 MEKP Catalyst) ...................125 ml

Liquid Amine or Liquid Polyamide (Epoxy Resin Hardener) ....... 5 L

Resins, Top Coats and Gel Coats ................................................ 5 L

Paints ......................................................................................... 5 L

Styrene and MW Paraffin Solution .............................................. 5 L

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If you have selected a product whose container size is considered ADR and you choose SEUR or Correos EXPRESS as carrier, those ADR products will be transferred into smaller containers to not breach the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road. That is, if you order a 25 kg resin drum and you select SEUR or Correos Express as carrier because you need the products sooner, the resin will be supplied in 5 containers of 5 kg each and its catalyst will be supplied in 5 containers of 100 g.

In any case, drums bigger than 25 kg must be shipped by TXT or Dachser.

* Shippings to Portugal will be always carried by Torrestir

    Asked by: Roberto
    Date: 2020-10-26 17:23:26
    Hello, I have bought a bottle of topcoat to be applied with a roller and I have painted some panels of the boat and I would like to give a second coat, where I bought it I asked them and they told me to apply acetone first and to give it another coat, but there have been marks of the roller. With another coat they go away or do I have to carefully pass a 600 sandpaper?

    We recommend sanding before applying a second coat. Ideally, you should do it with a thicker sandpaper, 320-400, so that it generates a good mechanical anchor. Leaving a completely mark-free finish is complex, so once that second coat is dry you will have to sand, polish and polish. At that point you can start with a 600-800 or even 1000, it all depends on how you finished.


    Asked by: Rene Trowe
    Date: 2020-10-26 19:09:38
    I would like to paint my boat with a new gelcoat. He still has his old gelcoat completely. I want to repaint it.

    A gelcoat should not be applied over an old gelcoat as it will peel off over time. Even if you sand the old gelcoat. To apply a gelcoat/topcota, you would need to remove the old gelcoat and then apply a new resin and fiber laminate. Another option  would be to sand the old gelcoat, then apply an epoxy primer and finally 2-3 coats of 100 g/m2 each of a high-resistance polyurethane paint.


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