KRISTAL 10 1:1 – 1.9kg

R453.17

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KRISTAL 10 1:1 – 1.9kg is a clear casting epoxy resin with a 1:1 by volume mix ratio or 100:90 by weight.

Designed for a variety of smaller casting applications.

What sets KRISTAL 10 apart is its user-friendly mixing process. It has a precise mix ratio of 1-to-1 by volume or 100-to-90 by weight, enabling users to easily prepare the epoxy resin without any complications.

KRISTAL 10 is a water-clear, UV-stabilised epoxy resin known for its excellent self-levelling and self-clearing properties. It ensures a bubble-free casting experience and negligible shrinkage once cured. Additionally, the UV-stabilised materials provide scratch-resistance and anti-yellowing properties. Please note that despite the UV stabilisation, exposure to harsh UV environments may cause ambering or yellowing.

Importantly, KRISTAL 10 Clear Casting Epoxy Resin has FDA approval for culinary applications, rendering the castings food-safe up to temperatures of 50°Celsius.

Choose KRISTAL 10 Clear Casting Epoxy Resin for a seamless, high-quality casting experience.

  • For small project type applications.
  • Foodsafe (up to 50 deg C).
  • UV Stabilised.
  • Very hard resin with a maximum casting thickness of 10mm per layer.
  • Max volume cast of 10 litres.

If a product is backordered and ordered with other products, your order will only ship once the backordered item is back in stock.

KRISTAL 10 1:1 - Part A - 1kg

R280.60 R238.51

Availability: 88 in stock (can be backordered)

KRISTAL 10 1:1 - Part B - 0.9kg

R252.54 R214.66

Availability: 89 in stock (can be backordered)

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  • Shipping may only be to a physical address within the borders of South Africa. No P.O Box’s allowed.
  • Shipping to outlying or remote areas like farms and game reserves may attract an additional fee.
  • The delivery time to city areas is usually between 2 and 5 working days*. This excludes weekends and public holidays. *Reckoned from time of dispatch to time of arrival to client. This is an estimate and not guaranteed.
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We use 4 courier companies for delivery. With sophisticated track and trace equipment, you can pinpoint exactly where your parcel is, from the moment it is dispatched by us, until it’s safely handed over to you the recipient. Your parcel is well packaged and wrapped before delivery. All parcels can be insured for the journey to your door.

We charge a weight based shipping fee.

  1. Free Shipping for all orders R2,500 or more!
  2. Standard Shipping 0 to 5kg – R99.00
  3. Shipping Shipping 5.1 to 10kg – R118.00
  4. Standard Shipping 10.1 to 15kg – R140.00
  5. Standard Shipping 15.1 to 20kg – R180.00
  6. Standard Shipping 20.1 to 40kg – R220.00
  7. Standard Shipping 40.1 to 80kg – R250.00
  8. Standard Shipping 80.1kg 100 – R400.00
  9. Standard Shipping 100.1kg to 130kg – R517.50
  10. Standard Shipping 130.1kg to 160kg – R667.00
  11. Standard Shipping 160.1kg to 190kg – R747.50
  12. Standard Shipping 190.1kg to 230kg – R874.00

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Our delivery service only runs from Monday to Friday. Saturday morning deliveries can be done by special arrangement only and at an additional charge. Please contact us to arrange. We reserve the right to re-quote the delivery fee should this become too expensive.

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Changing your Mind / Right to Cancel

If you change your mind for any reason, goods can be returned to us for a full refund if notified to us within 7 days of delivery; you have a further 7 days to dispatch the goods for their return to us. Goods returned after 7 days will incur a 15% restocking fee of the items being returned.

NO GOODS manufactured or sold by Advanced Materials Technology Pty Ltd will be accepted for a credit if returned after one (1) calendar month of original invoice date.

To return goods that are not faulty (i.e. because you changed your mind) they must be unused and, in the condition, they were delivered to you in. This does mean that, unless found faulty, we are unable to accept returns for:

  • Opened containers of resin, hardener, silicone or chemical release agent, unless found to be faulty or defective.
  • Unrolled and improperly re-rolled fabrics, unless found to be faulty or defective.
  • Any product that you have subsequently cut, shaped, broken or modified, unless found to be faulty or defective.

Refund of Delivery Charges (Cancelled Orders)

If you return an order in its entirety, then your outbound delivery charges will also be refunded (for orders within the South Africa’s Local Area’s.

If you return only part of an order, then the outbound delivery charge refund will be calculated based on the total postage cost of the original order (using standard service) minus the cost to send the items you are keeping (using standard service). Due to the way that shipping costs are incremented, this will often result in no delivery charge refund being due.

Faulty or Defective Goods

Any goods found to be faulty or defective and notified to us within 7 days of delivery can be returned to us for a full refund.

Refund of Delivery Charges (Faulty/Defective Goods)

If you are returning faulty or defective goods, then your outbound and return delivery costs will be refunded in full (for orders from within South Africa’s Local Area’s.)

In the event that you are returning faulty or defective goods which were ordered as part of a larger order then the outbound delivery charge refund will be calculated based on the total postage cost of the original order (using standard service) minus the cost to send the items you are keeping (using standard service).

Please check the box to acknowledge our return’s policy, by doing so you agree to our Return’s Policy of AMT Composites stated above.

If a product is backordered and ordered with other products, your order will only ship once the backordered item is back in stock.

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Key Features

The KRISTAL™ range are water clear, UV stabilised, 2-part epoxy resin casting systems used to create river tables, countertop coatings, resin art, encapsulation, electrical potting, 3d floor art coating and many other casting related applications.
This high-performance epoxy resin has excellent self-levelling properties and outstanding self-clearing properties leaving castings virtually bubble free.
Once cured, KRISTAL castings exhibit negligible shrinkage are scratch resistant (but not scratch proof) and are anti yellowing UV stabilised. (Please note that even though these materials are UV stabilised to promote “anti-yellowing, ambering or yellowing will occur if continually exposed to harsh UV environments). Not suitable for exterior applications.
Cured KRISTAL castings are FDA approved for culinary applications making them food-safe (please note that food should not exceed 50°Celcius). (Kristal 6, 30, 50 and 100 Test method: FDA 21 CFR 177.2600 report number GZ190826027FR). (Kristal 55 and Kristal
10 1:1 Test method FDA 21 CFR 177.1010 repost number C230608017001-1)

Physical Properties

The KRISTAL casting resins are available in 6 unique systems:

• KRISTAL DIAMOND COAT 6, ultra-hard scratch resistant coating resin with a 5mm maximum casting thickness per layer
• KRISTAL 10 (1:1), very hard resin with a maximum casting thickness of 10mm per layer. Small project applications
• KRISTAL 30, very hard resin with a maximum casting thickness of 20mm per layer. Max volume cast of 10 litres
• KRISTAL 50, very hard resin with a maximum casting thickness of 30mm per layer. Max volume cast of 30 litres
• KRISTAL 55, very hard resin with a maximum casting thickness of 50 mm per layer. Max volume cast of 50 litres
• KRISTAL 100, very hard resin with a maximum casting thickness of 100mm per layer. Max volume cast of 100 litres

SPECIFIC GRAVITY ON ALL ABOVE PRODUCTS 1.1

Processing Recommendations

Materials should be stored and used at an ambient room temperature of 23°C with relative humidity below 85%. Warmer temperatures will reduce pot life and may also influence the casting thickness. If ambient room temperature is warmer than 25°C, reduce maximum casting thickness by 50% or as appropriately required to avoid excessive exothermic reactions.
Due to the higher viscosity of Kristal 50, it is recommended to pre-warm resin and hardener to 28°C – 30°C prior casting to minimise air bubble entrapment, then leave to cure at 18°C – 23°C.

Kristal resin systems can also be vacuum de-aired to minimise air bubble entrapment.

Safety and Handling

Epoxy resins and hardeners are chemicals and the below safety precautions should be practiced when using these materials:

• Work in an environment with adequate ventilation and avoid breathing fumes (a NIOSH approved respirator is recommended)
• Use protective Nitrile gloves to avoid skin contact
• Barrier creams can also be used to minimise skin contact
• If accidental skin contact occurs, use soap and water or hand cleaner to wash hands (never use solvents)

ALWAYS:

• Measure out part A – resin and part B hardener as indicated using an accurate digital gram scale
• Mix resin and hardener together thoroughly for 3 – 5 minutes using a flat paddle mixer, also scraping the sides and bottom of the container several times. Pour mixed material into a clean container and mix for another 60 seconds before casting. (this is a “mix pour mix” technique that ensures that part A & B on the sides and bottom of the container are properly blended so that there are no tacky spots or streaking in the cured casting)
• Allow adequate time to fully cure before sanding, polishing, and using.
• Wear appropriate safety gear and dust mask when sanding and polishing cured resin

AVOID:

• Applying onto oily or contaminated surfaces
• Applying onto damp or wet surfaces
• Whipping and beating material while mixing, this will introduce additional unnecessary air bubbles

Applying a Release Agent

Ease Release 200, 205 or Ram Wax can be used to effectively release cured epoxy castings to prevent adhesion on non-porous surfaces like metal, glass, melamine, or acrylic sheeting.

Adding Colour

KRISTAL epoxy casting resin can be coloured by using Epoxy Pigments, So-Strong Pigments or UVO pigments and some amazing effects can be achieved by using metallic & pearlescent powders or phosphorescent glow in the dark powders like Glow Worm.

IMPORTANT:

Epoxy resin systems are exothermic, meaning that heat is generated when resin & hardener are mixed and begin to cross link. Larger volumes will create more heat and if mixed and cast in larger volumes than indicted, can generate enough heat to melt plastic mixing cups, burn skin or even ignite combustible materials. Please take care and reduce casting thickness when working in environments warmer than 25°C
If a batch of material begins to get excessively hot from the exothermic reaction, move to an open-air environment and be careful not to breathe fumes.
Please note that even though these materials are UV stabilised to promote “anti-yellowing”, ambering or yellowing will occur if continually exposed to harsh UV environments. This material is not suitable for exterior applications and areas subject to high UV exposure.

Pouring

When pouring, it is recommended to pour to the lowest point and allow material to seek its level. Pouring in a uniform manner will help to reduce air bubble entrapment. Do not exceed recommended casting thickness.
If pouring in stages, allow previous layer to cure and return to room temperature before pouring the next layer. A propane torch can be used to dissipate surface air bubbles. (Move the torch / open flame over the surface of the resin, keep the torch moving so not to burn the surface.)

**Pot Life and Curing Time

Epoxy casting resins are mass-sensitive, larger volumes of material will generate higher temperatures through the exothermic reaction which will reduce pot life & cure time. Thinner castings will generate less heat and will take longer to cure. Ambient room temperature will also play a significant role in the pot life & cure time. Typical cure time at 23°deg C may take 24 to 72 hours.

Temperatures below 18°C may cause cure inhibition.

Removing Epoxy

Uncured epoxy can be removed by scraping as much material as possible from the surface using a paint scraper, acetone or isopropyl alcohol can be used to remove the residue that is left.

Weight 1.9 kg
Dimensions 15 × 15 × 20 cm
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