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Home : Rubber Polyurethanes : Simpact 85A
 

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Simpact 85A Five Gallon Kit 74 Lbs (799900)
Simpact® 85 is a low odor, fast-setting Shore 85A urethane that offers very high tear strength, impact resistance and wear resistance. Simpact® 85 is phthalate free, mercury free and MOCA free. Mixed 85 A to 100 B by weight, Simpact® 85 pours easily. Working time is 4 minutes, handling time is 2 hours and full cure time is 48 hours at room temperature. Cured rubber has exceptional performance characteristics and dimensional stability. Simpact® 85 can be colored with SO-Strong® or Ignite® colorants. Simpact® 85 is suitable for making impact resistant props, prototypes and display pieces. IMPORTANT: Simpact 85A must be allowed to cure for at least 48 hours at room temperature in order to attain full physical properties. Size: Five Gallon Kit 74 Lbs

Curing SIMPACT 85A Faster With Heat - Post curing after 24 hours at 175 deg F/80 deg C for 6 hours will help castings reach ultimate physical properties sooner.

Curing SIMPACT 85A Faster With Kick-iT! Accelerator - Adding a small amount of Kick-iT! Accelerator will accelerate the cure of SIMPACT 85A. One drop per 100 grams of Part "B" will reduce the handling time to 30 minutes. Pot-life is reduced to 90 seconds.

AVOID FREEZING Simpact 85A becomes unusable if the material freezes. It can be made usable again by warming the material to 100F (38C) for 8 hours, letting it cool to room temperature and pre-mixing the Part-B thoroughly before dispensing.