WEST System Epoxy Metering Pumps are calibrated for accurate metering of WEST System Epoxy Resin and Hardener at the proper mix ratio, while eliminating mess and guesswork.
WEST System reusable epoxy application tools were chosen with both the end user and the characteristics of epoxy, in mind. When cured, WEST System epoxy sticks tenaciously to most substrates including wood, metal, and fiberglass. However, 105 System epoxies do not adhere easily to smooth, high-density plastics without special preparation such as a flame treatment. This is why we prefer epoxy application tools made out of plastic. The smooth surface coupled with the flexibility of plastic allows you to pop cured epoxy off of the surfaces of these mixing tools so you can use them again and again.
The square, beveled end of WEST System reusable mixing sticks will reach into the square corners of the WEST System Mixing Pots for thorough mixing of epoxy and blending of fillers. The opposite end of the each mixing stick is rounded, making it excellent for shaping a clean, 3/8? radius fillets for reinforcing epoxy bonded joints.
WEST System poly mixing pots have squared corners to facilitate scraping the sides of the pot with a mixing stick. Simply flexing the WEST System roller pan or plastic spreaders will pop off the cured epoxy.
Obviously, WEST System glue brushes and foam roller covers aren?t classified as reusable epoxy application tools, but they are excellent for applying epoxy. The density of the foam roller introduces very few bubbles while rolling epoxy onto a surface.
West System Disposable Gloves, pack of 4 Pairs. Lightweight, seamless neoprene gloves are more chemically resistant than latex gloves. They provide excellent protection while retaining good fiber sensitivity and dexterity and they are more puncture resistant than conventional disposable gloves. Large size fits most.
(L) West System Lab Coat. For upper body protection, use the lab coats with gloves to prevent accidental skin and clothing contact with uncured epoxy. Made out of a microporous film laminate material which provides a superior combination of strength, barrier protection, and breathability.
(XL) West System Lab Coat. For upper body protection, use the lab coats with gloves to prevent accidental skin and clothing contact with uncured epoxy. Made out of a microporous film laminate material which provides a superior combination of strength, barrier protection, and breathability.
A unique tool designed by boatbuilders for cutting accurate scarf joints in plywood up to 3/8″ thick. Attaches easily to most circular saws and is easily rmoved. Saw must have a base plate extension (outside of the blade) ½” or wider
For epoxy batches smaller than one Mini Pump stroke, the 320 Epoxy Scale accurately measures the correct ratio of resin and hardener from 4.4 fl oz down to just a few drops of mixed product. The Epoxy Scale can also be used to confirm the accuracy of your WEST SYSTEM dispensing pumps and to consistently add pigments or other additives. The scale comes in a convenient kit for small projects. The kit includes dispensing bottles, 3.25 oz and 1 oz plastic mixing cups, mixing sticks and pipe cleaners.
The Epoxy Scale was designed for those project requiring small batches of epoxy. Model builders, patternmakers, lure makers, artists, and hobbyists will find it particularly helpful. The scale can also be used to confirm the accuracy of your 300 Mini Pumps and to add pigments or other additives consistently.
The Epoxy Scales dimensions of 5″ X 3″ X ¾” make it highly portable. It is sturdily built, yet sensitive enough to measure as little as .1 gram (a standard paperclip weighs .4 gram). It is battery operated and features an LCD readout display.
Complete operating and epoxy measuring instructions are imprinted under the lid of the scale Simple recalibration instructions are supplied within the carton. A full two-year repair or replacement, limited warranty certificate is also provided.
The scale is presented as part of a kit consisting of dispensing bottles, 3¼ oz. and 1 oz plastic cups, mixing sticks and pipe cleaners.