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Fibreglass Boat Resin

Fibreglass Boat Resin

In this section, you will find a list of resins which we recommend for use in a fibreglass boat repair.

Depending on your requirements, we offer Epoxy, Lloyd's Approved and Isophthalic Resin for a professional GRP boat repair which will protect your watercraft against the harsh conditions of the sea. Click on any of the resins below to find out more. 

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  1. Lloyd's Approved General Purpose Resin Lloyd's Approved General Purpose Resin
    Lloyd's Approved General Purpose Resin
    £6.66 £5.55

    Norsodyne H 13212 is a pre-accelerated, thixotropic, low styrene emission Lloyds approved Polyester Resin with fast glass wet out and low exotherm characteristics. Being Lloyds approved it is suitable for marine use, boat repair and maintenance. The resin is also WRAS approved for use in potable water applications and used extensively in water tank construction and water treatment applications.

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  2. Isophthalic Resin & Catalyst Isophthalic Resin & Catalyst
    Isophthalic Resin & Catalyst
    £8.88 £7.40

    Pre-accelerated, thixotropic isophthalic polyester resin to be used in applications where increased resistance to heat and chemicals is required. 

    For increased resistance to osmosis, it can be used in the first layer of the laminate in boat hulls below the waterline. Used with 2 layers of tissue to induce a resin rich surface it can provide a resistant lining to re-furbish metal tanks.

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  3. Epoxy Resin & Hardener Epoxy Resin & Hardener
    Epoxy Resin & Hardener
    £36.84 £30.70

    This Epoxy Resin has been specially formulated for building marine composites: bonding, laminating and wood protection. It has an excellent adhesion to all type of wood. It has a low viscosity and is crystallisation free. It is excellent for bonding reinforcement materials such as Glass or Carbon onto wood.

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