Technical Specs: EpoxyGator® Steel Stick
Two component, steel reinforced, ready to use simply by cutting amount desired, kneading
by hand to a uniform consistency and apply. Bonds to all metals
including aluminum. Steel stick epoxy putty will also bond to
wood, concrete and glass.
● Excellent for Emergency Repairs to
Metals. Seal, Bond, Repair & Refurbish
● Non-Shrink Properties
● Can be drilled, tapped, sanded, machined and even painted
● Seal Leaks in Pipes & Tanks
● Fill crack and voids
● Repair casts
● Repair stripped threads in nuts and bolts
● Contains no solvents, thus non-flammable
Directions for use:
Area must be clean and free of oils and dirt. For best results use
a wire brush to scratch the surface to ensure proper bonding. If
any oil is present, please wash/wipe it away using a solvent or cleaner.
Cut the desired amount using a knife. Mix by kneading to a uniform
consistency. All our epoxy putty sticks are two component and are
conveniently colored. While mixing make sure both colors have
blended well. Cooler weather will make the epoxy hard to mix.
Simply heat up the epoxy stick until room temperature and use.
After mixing, immediately apply within 1.5 minutes to the area. During
the curing phase, material can be smoothed using slight damp fingers.
Wash hands with soap and water after use.
Pot Life: Approximately 3 minutes depending upon ambient temperature
Initial Cure: 8 minutes to harden
Full Cure: 60 minutes
Shelf Life: 1.5 Years Unopened Containers
Compressive Strength: 12,350 lbs p.s.i
VOC Content: 0%
Operating Temperature: 300 F
Chemical Resistance: Resistant to all general MRO liquids.
Please contact 516-624-9774 for Chemical Resistance Chart
Packaging: Sizes available: 2oz (Length 3.5 Inches) & 4oz.
(Length 7 1/8 Inches)
Cured Color: Dark Gray
WARNING: May be a skin irritant to person with sensitive skin. Such
person should use gloves and wash hands after use. This material
is an eye irritant. Please use protective goggles when using this
product. Accidental entry to eye occurs, please flush with cold
water and contact your physician. Read M.S.D.S before using any chemical
products and follow OSHA safe standard and house hygiene practices.