205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
205/206/207 West System Hardener
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205/206/207 West System Hardener

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Manufacturer Information

205 Technical Datasheet

206 Technical Datasheet

West System Cure Times


Description

These Hardeners are part of a TWO PART system that works ONLY in conjunction with West System 105 Resin.

205/206 Hardener

West System Hardener® (formally Z205/Z206) is a medium-viscosity epoxy curing agent. It is used in a majority of situations, at lower temperatures and to produce a rapid cure that develops its physical properties quickly at room temperature. When mixed with the 105 Resin in a five-part resin to one-part hardener ratio, the cured resin/hardener mixture yields a rigid, high-strength, moisture-resistant solid with excellent bonding and coating properties. Not intended for clear coating.

205

  • Pot Life at 72F (22C): 9 to 12 minutes
  • Cure to a solid state: 6 to 8 hours
  • Cure to maximum strength: 1 to 4 days
  • Minimum recommended temperature: 40°F (4°C)

206

  • Pot life at 72°F (22°C): 20 to 25 minutes
  • Cure to a solid state: 10 to 15 hours
  • Cure to maximum strength: 1 to 4 days
  • Minimum recommended temperature: 60°F (16°C)

207 Special Clear Hardener

207 Special Clear Hardener™ was developed for coating and fiberglass cloth application where a clear, moisture-resistant, natural wood finish is desired. 207 Hardener will not blush or turn cloudy in humid conditions. Thin film applications roll out and tip off smoothly, requiring less sanding in preparation for finish coatings.

Professional and first-time builders like 207 because it is reliable and easy to use. Three coats or more can be applied in one day without additional surface preparation. Fewer coats are required to fill fiberglass weave and in most cases the final coating can be sanded the following day. Boats can be built faster. Builders also appreciate the excellent fiberglass wet-out characteristics achieved with 105/207, yet it won't drain from vertical surfaces like the very slow curing, low-viscosity epoxies.

105/207 has strong physical properties, so it can be used as a structural adhesive for gluing and laminating. It has excellent compatibility with paints and varnishes. An ultraviolet inhibitor in 207 helps provide a beautiful, long lasting finish when used with quality UV filtering varnish.

Mix Ratio, Resin:Hardener 3 parts resin : 1 part hardener
Pot life at 72°F (22°C) 20 to 26 minutes
Cure to a solid state 10 to 15 hours
Cure to maximum strength 4 to 7 days
Minimum recommended temperature 60°F (16°C)
Pumps 300, 306-23 or 309-3

205 - Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

206 - Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

207 - Safety Data Sheet (SDS)


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D.E.
West’s is best

Cheers for fast delivery of the west system hardener.

K
K.
Question

If i wanted to do a art table top piece and set with atleast 4inchs of epoxy would this be the stuff to use?if not could you point me in the right direction.

No, 105 Resin is a laminating resin, you'll need a casting resin which is designed to do thicker pours. Check out our casting resins in the benchtop section of the website.

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H.W.
Great for fixing weatherboard

This product is excellent for DIY homeowners repairing timber weatherboard/windows. It readily soaks into the endgrain of timber to waterproof repair rotted or cracked corners/joints. Easily to sand back. Recommend the 404 High Density Adhesive Filler Powder to make a thicker 'brew' where gap filling is needed. Alternatively, I have used a hot air gun to warm the epoxy allowing it to flow into tight spaces requiring weatherproofing/rot killing.

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b.c.
What is the Maximum pour depth?

Im going to be making a resin inlay that will be 26mm deep, Is this the rights product for this?

No, 105 Resin is a laminating resin, you'll need a casting resin which is designed to do thicker pours. Check out our casting resins in the benchtop section of the website.

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b.c.
Colour

Hi there, couldn't find a questions area so here will have to do. Is this combined with the 105 epoxy resin clear? or can it be made into a different colour with metal pigments ect.?

Pigments are available for epoxy, use the search bar at the top of the website to search for 'Pigment'.