- Hi-Temp Lab Metal 24 oz
Can this product be used to repair the base of an aluminum patio table that is rusting? Obviously the base is not aluminum, but a heavier metal - not sure what, iron? Thanks for your input!
How would this work for molding a neck on a motorcycle? Basically like bondo was used in the 60's, 70's.& 80's. If I applied layers 3/8' thick, air dry for 24 hours &/or heating them for an hour would it hold up to high vibration harley? Rigid frame.
I want to fill in pit marks/holes in in exhaust pipe. Will this work? Also, whats the best way to get it to 425 degrees?
How thick can this be applied? Presuming one can apply multiple layers to get say 1/2” thickness, how would that process go?
How thick can it be applied.I have a ribber cover that I would like to repair.A cpl of the 'ribbs' have chipped pretty bad and I'd like to use it to reconstruct the ribbes or find and then powder coat.
Will this work good to fill pits in rear end housing and powder coat?
Do you have to cure this in the oven or will it work after 24 hours.
I have an overlapping seam on a frame that is spot welded, total length about 3 feet. I would like to fill it in, and welding & grinding is not a good option. The frame will be powder coated. Any concerns using Lab-metal for that kind of situation?
Hi-Temp Lab Metal 24 oz
Hi-Temp Lab Metal 24 oz
Item #10288Z Brand: Alvin Products
- No messy mixing or measuring
- Creates a durable, heat-resistant, rustproof repair
- Can be machined, ground, filed and sanded
- Paint or powder-coat afterwards
About Hi-Temp Lab Metal 24 oz
Hi-Temp Lab-metal withstands 1000 degrees F. If hi-temp leveling or filling is needed this is the product to use. Thin with Lab Solvent (10208ZP) to ease spreadability. Typically dries in 24 hours, heat cure at 425Â³ F for 1 hour before exposing to high temperatures. Great for filling surfaces before powder coating where 2 or more coats are required. Net wt. 24 oz.
One 24 oz. net wt. can of Hi Temp Lab Metal.
Use Lab Solvent (10208ZP) to help cmean surfaces and smooth out High Temp Lab Metal.
Made in the USA. Shelf life one year in unopened can.
Thin with Lab Solvent (10208ZP) to ease spreadability. Typically dries in 24 hours, heat cure at 425Â³ F for 1 hour before exposing to high temperatures. Great for filling surfaces before powder coating where 2 or more coats are required. Net wt. 24 oz.
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