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Epoxy Systems for Construction Adhesives

For adhesives serving the Construction and Infrastructure market, Westlake Epoxy offers a wide range of epoxy systems that bond metal, concrete, plastics and glass. Our waterborne, solvent-free, high solids and solvent borne systems featuring EPON™ epoxy resins and EPIKURE™ curing agents combined with HELOXY™ modifiers help produce adhesives with:

  • Good adhesion on various substrates
  • Fast cure, even at low temperatures
  • Solvent resistance
  • Enhanced mechanical properties
  • Good flexibility and impact resistance
  • Low viscosity
  • Electrical resistance
  • Excellent water resistance
  • High Tg
  • Range of pot life
  • Low yellowing

These adhesives are useful in a wide variety of applications, even where a high degree of thermal and chemical resistance and water impermeability are required in addition to good mechanical properties. Examples include:

  • Bonding prefabricated concrete roadways
  • Concrete pile splicing
  • Bonding cable trays to concrete
  • Traffic marking
  • Tile adhesives
  • Steel/concrete connections (metal fixtures to concrete structures such as rail-to-ground)


Two-Component Epoxy/Amine Systems for Construction

Epoxy Resin System Performance & Features
 Adhesion     Cure Speed Substrates  
Waterborne Systems
EPI-REZ Resin WD-510 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3072
Solvent-free Systems
EPON Resin 8021 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3271
Metal, concrete,
plastics, glass
EPON Resin 8111 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3270 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3271
Metal, concrete,
plastics, glass
EPON Resin 828 / EPON Resin 58034 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3072
Metal, concrete,
plastics, glass
EPON Resin 828 / HELOXY Modifier 8 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3061
EPON Resin 828 / HELOXY Modifier 61 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3125
EPON Resin 8132 / EPIKURE Curing Agent 3164

For more information, speak with a Westlake Epoxy representative.

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