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The small size 4.25 Oz was $17, this one is 8.5 Oz. Due to the shortage of raw material most suppliers have increased their prices, so it affects our prices as well.
Chemical Engineering Canada Co…
Seller · August 8, 2022
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It depends on how much heat and what kind of heat. I would not expose it to flame or direct heat. I used it to repair my microwave door handle. I also used it to secure my dishwasher to my marble counter top just above the top of the dishwasher. I used the epoxy to secure a small wooden block of wood to the underside o… see more It depends on how much heat and what kind of heat. I would not expose it to flame or direct heat. I used it to repair my microwave door handle. I also used it to secure my dishwasher to my marble counter top just above the top of the dishwasher. I used the epoxy to secure a small wooden block of wood to the underside of the granite counter top. The following day , I secured the dishwasher in place by using a couple of screws to attache the tab on the dishwasher to the wooden block. It has been 7 or 8 months and it is still very secure. the heat from the dishwasher hasn’t had any negative affect on the epoxy.
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It depends on how much heat and what kind of heat. I would not expose it to flame or direct heat. I used it to repair my microwave door handle. I also used it to secure my dishwasher to my marble counter top just above the top of the dishwasher. I used the epoxy to secure a small wooden block of wood to the underside of the granite counter top. The following day , I secured the dishwasher in place by using a couple of screws to attache the tab on the dishwasher to the wooden block. It has been 7 or 8 months and it is still very secure. the heat from the dishwasher hasn’t had any negative affect on the epoxy.
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F.G.
· May 25, 2022
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Chemical Engineering Canada Co…
Seller · November 9, 2020
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Yes, but when you want to bond it in wet locations, you need to dry off the area first. After curing, it will be water resistant.

Please note, since we are not involved in all the details of your application, we cannot guarantee the results. We recommend performing some tests on samples before using our products on … see more
Yes, but when you want to bond it in wet locations, you need to dry off the area first. After curing, it will be water resistant.

Please note, since we are not involved in all the details of your application, we cannot guarantee the results. We recommend performing some tests on samples before using our products on your actual application. Note: The data contained herein is obtained in CECCORP Laboratories and is provided for the sole purpose of informing. We do not accept responsibility for the results obtained by others whose methods are not under our control. It is the user’s responsibility to determine suitability for their purpose of any product mentioned herein. CECCORP disclaims all warranties expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. CECCORP specifically disclaims any liability for consequential or incidental damages of any kind, including loss of profit. see less
Yes, but when you want to bond it in wet locations, you need to dry off the area first. After curing, it will be water resistant.

Please note, since we are not involved in all the details of your application, we cannot guarantee the results. We recommend performing some tests on samples before using our products on your actual application. Note: The data contained herein is obtained in CECCORP Laboratories and is provided for the sole purpose of informing. We do not accept responsibility for the results obtained by others whose methods are not under our control. It is the user’s responsibility to determine suitability for their purpose of any product mentioned herein. CECCORP disclaims all warranties expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. CECCORP specifically disclaims any liability for consequential or incidental damages of any kind, including loss of profit.

Chemical Engineering Canada Co…
Seller · December 27, 2022
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This is an excellent product and have used it for several fixes in my motorcycle restoration project. However If the surface area of the break in the pin is small, it is not likely epoxy will achieve a satisfactory fix. I understand that the pin you are referring to is comparable to that of a common belt.
Peter…
· March 27, 2021
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NO unless very thin. it will run
robert
· October 16, 2021
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Not likely to make a strong connection.
Dissatisfied
· December 28, 2020
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Not in regular temperatures. If you want to inject it, after mixing it you need to warm it. The viscosity will be decreased and you can inject it. When you warm it the curing time is faster then room temperature.

Please note, since we are not involved in all the details of your application, we cannot guarantee the … see more
Not in regular temperatures. If you want to inject it, after mixing it you need to warm it. The viscosity will be decreased and you can inject it. When you warm it the curing time is faster then room temperature.

Please note, since we are not involved in all the details of your application, we cannot guarantee the results. We recommend performing some tests on samples before using our products on your actual application. Note: The data contained herein is obtained in CECCORP Laboratories and is provided for the sole purpose of informing. We do not accept responsibility for the results obtained by others whose methods are not under our control. It is the user’s responsibility to determine suitability for their purpose of any product mentioned herein. CECCORP disclaims all warranties expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. CECCORP specifically disclaims any liability for consequential or incidental damages of any kind, including loss of profit. see less
Not in regular temperatures. If you want to inject it, after mixing it you need to warm it. The viscosity will be decreased and you can inject it. When you warm it the curing time is faster then room temperature.

Please note, since we are not involved in all the details of your application, we cannot guarantee the results. We recommend performing some tests on samples before using our products on your actual application. Note: The data contained herein is obtained in CECCORP Laboratories and is provided for the sole purpose of informing. We do not accept responsibility for the results obtained by others whose methods are not under our control. It is the user’s responsibility to determine suitability for their purpose of any product mentioned herein. CECCORP disclaims all warranties expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. CECCORP specifically disclaims any liability for consequential or incidental damages of any kind, including loss of profit.

Chemical Engineering Canada Co…
Seller · May 26, 2022
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Hello Jeff,
We think it is better than other epoxies on ABS. Since we do not know about your application and environment we cannot %100 comment. You may want to test it out.
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Hello Jeff,
We think it is better than other epoxies on ABS. Since we do not know about your application and environment we cannot %100 comment. You may want to test it out.
Regards,
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Hello Jeff,
We think it is better than other epoxies on ABS. Since we do not know about your application and environment we cannot %100 comment. You may want to test it out.
Regards,
CECCORP

Chemical Engineering Canada Co…
Seller · July 26, 2021
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Hi Dear, It all depends on the type of rubber. If it is a dense rubber, it works but our recommendation for rubber in general is instant glue.
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CECCORP

Chemical Engineering Canada Co…
Seller · November 25, 2020