Entropy Epoxy Resins
Entropy Resins are a system of bio-based epoxy resins designed for use in composite applications that are certified USDA BioPreferred. Most of the Entropy Epoxy Resin systems utilize an easy to mix 2:1 ratio (resin to hardener) and come in a variety of systems to match your application.
Entropy Resins flagship product Super Sap 100/1000 epoxy resin and hardener has a bio based carbon content of 37%. Super Sap Epoxy has a amber hue and is suitable for hand lamination of surfboards, wooden boats, and other wood working projects.
Entropy Resins CLR/CLF product is a clear epoxy resin and hardener system designed for applications that demand clarity and UV stability. CLR/CLF epoxy combination is suitable for clear castings, tooling, marine applications, and surfboard building. The CLR/CLF epoxy has a lower bio based carbon content than the Super Sap 100/1000 at 17%.
CLR/INF is Entropy Resins infusion resin system designed for closed mold applications where the epoxy needs to have a very low viscosity. CLR/INF epoxy resin and hardener combination is suitable for techniques such as VARTM (vacuum assisted resin transfer molding), infusion, RTM (resin transfer molding). The CLR/INF epoxy resin system has a bio based carbon content of 19%. See our infusion tips for more information on infusing with epoxy resins. The mix ratio for the CLR/INF epoxy resin system is 100:33 by weight.
Entropy Resins CCR/CCF bio-based epoxy resin system is designed for castings that are less than 1" thick or a quart in volume. This casting epoxy system is great for making jewelry, bartop type castings, or other art and hobby projects. The CCR/CFF epoxy has an 18% bio-based content.
For compression molding epoxy we are carrying Entropy Resins CPM/CPL epoxy resin system. This bio-based epoxy resin system is an easy 2:1 mix ratio and has a potlife of 50 minutes at room temperature, however the CPM/CPL epoxy cures in 18-20 minutes when raised to 180F. This epoxy is a good choice for snowboard and skateboard manufactures that need a compression molding epoxy.