KoreKote Epoxy Resin System



The KoreKote epoxy resin system, built on SafeResin® technology, is a 100% pure polymer thermal set resin built on a proprietary formulation utilizing both natural and traditional ingredients with a combined chemistry that minimizes the hazardous elements to human health and the environment. Also, due to its enhanced curing process, the product is 100% non-porous and forms strands of cross-linked chains of molecules that interlock to produce unprecedented strength.

Because of its proprietary SafeResin® technology, KoreKote is one of only a handful companies in the United States that holds on-site testing certification from OSHA showing a 0 PEL air quality test result for harmful VOC emissions in its production plant.

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Key Attributes

  • High optical clarity
  • Ultra Low VOCs or foul odors
  • Self-leveling
  • Outstanding strength & mechanical performance
  • Scratch resistant
  • UV resistant
  • High flash point
  • 100% non-porous polymer
  • User friendly cure profile
  • Easy clean-up

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  • Proprietary formulations that can be used in a wide variety of applications
  • Easily customized to meet the requirements of specific applications
  • Designed to easily replace traditional vinyl ester and poly ester resins

KoreKote Safe Resin

SafeResin™, a revolution
in coating technology.

All our coatings are super charged by SafeResin technology. Learn why SafeResin is the next level in epoxy performance.






H225 — Fast Hardener H215 — X-Fast Hardener
Key Features High Optical Clarity, UV stable, Non-Bubbling, Anti-Microbial, Resists Yellowing, UV Resistant Clear , UV stable , Non-Bubbling, Anti-Microbial, Resists Yellowing, UV Resistant
Applications Laminating, Hand Lay up, Adhesive, Bonding, Prepreg, Vacuum Molding, Coating Professional Laminating, Hand Lay up, Adhesive, Bonding, Coating
Potential Uses Marine, Surface clear coats, Tooling protection, Composite Manufacturing Marine, Surface Clear Coats, Composite Manufacturing, Electrical Component Manufacturing, Food Based Package Coating, Vacuum Molding, Prepreg, Pultrusion, Chopper/Spray Gun, Structural Build Systems


H225 — Fast Hardener H215 — X-Fast Hardener
Tensile Modulus (psi) Measure of the stiffness of the material 401,365* TBD
Tensile Strength Maximum stress that the material can withstand while being stretched or pulled before failing or breaking 6170* TBD
Elongation The percent that the material will elongate under load before fracturing or failing 2.7* TBD
Flexural Modulus The ratio of stress to strain in flexural deformation, or the tendency for a material to bend 401,532* TBD
Flexural Strength The materials ability to resist deformation under load 12,575* TBD
Compression Strength The capacity of the material to withstand loads tending to reduce size 9,641* TBD
Ultimate Tg by DSC (°F) Temperature that material full transitions from a glass to a molten material 357* TBD
Heat Deflection Temp ( °F) The temperature at whish the material deforms under a specified load 136* TBD
Hardness (shore D) Measure of much the material must be indented for an impression to form 83 – 89* TBD


H225 — Fast Hardener H215 — Fast Hardener
Mix Ratio (by volume)(psi) The specific combination of Part A and Part B mixed together to achieve the desired chemical reaction 2:1 2:1
Mix Ratio (by weight) The specific volume of Part A and Part B that need to be mixed together to achieve the desired chemical reaction 100:48 100:47
Viscosity (A/B/Mixed, cPs, @ 70° F) 632/750/595 632/770/605
Pot Life (mins @ 70° F) The amount of time between opening of mixing the adhesives and the onset of curing. In other words, how much time you have to use the adhesive. Very important for two-component adhesives to determine how often to mix batches. Worklife is measured in time (seconds or minutes, usually) at 70°F. Generally, raising temperature reduces worklife. 25 15
Gel Time (mins @ 70° F) The amount of time between applying an adhesive and when the bond reaches sufficient strength for light handling (approx. 40% of final bond strength). For that reason, it is also called handling time. Set time can often be accelerated by applying heat (see directions). 40 20
Crystalized (hrs @ 70° F) The amount of time the applied material becomes hard to the touch 4 2
Full Cure How long it takes for a bond to reach full strength. This duration may be minutes or days, but for most adhesives is usually 24 hours. Some adhesives get stronger even after the stated full cure time. 3 days @ 70° F 3 days @ 70° F

– All tests were completed with KoreKote pure resin with no additives
– All tests were completed by a third party independent laboratory




Clean surfaces to remove all dust, dirt and grease. For highest bond strength, chemical cleaning is required (use KoreKote Surface Cleaner). For detailed safety and handling procedures, please view the product Safety Data Sheets and Technical Data Sheets. The sheets can be downloaded below.


Mix 2:1 ratio by volume of Part A (resin) and Part B (hardener) together. Mix thoroughly until uniform color and consistency throughout. Mechanical mixing (drill with Mechanical Stir Stick ) is critical. For optimal cure and mechanical strength, epoxy resin and hardener should be weighed by scale to exact mix ratios then thoroughly mixed for 1 to 2 minutes (larger quantities will require longer mixing time).

Application Temperature:

The curing profile of KoreKote® epoxy products will vary depending upon the ambient conditions of your project, including temperature and humidity. To achieve the best cure result follow the recommended cure cycle time and conditions on the TDS that came with your order. Always run a test before full application is initiated. Also, substrate temperatures can have a significant impact on curing profile – make sure your substrate is within recommend temperature ranges before applying a KoreKote® epoxy product.


Potlife of mixed epoxy system is approximately 15-25 minutes (depending on chosen hardener) at 70˚F if material is left as a unit in mixing container. Higher temperatures reduce potlife and accelerate curing. CAUTION: Mixing large quantities (more than 1 gallon batch size) generates significant heat and shortens potlife.
Do not leave large quantities of mixed material in its container beyond its potlife, as significant heat will be generated and can melt container or cause a safety hazard.


Use KoreKote Denatured Alcohol (it is not necessary to use organic solvents such as mineral spirits) to cleanup uncured material and tools. For small amounts of excess product, mix Part A and Part B according mixing instructions. Allow material to solidify prior to disposal. DO NOT use solvents to clean epoxy from skin. Consult MSDS and TDS for complete handling and safety information.


The minimum shelf life of 24 months can be achieved provided the material remains stored in closed containers, in a dry environment, out of direct sunlight and at stable temperatures between 50° to 100°F. If product is exposed to temperatures below 50° F crystallization of the material may occur. Crystallization can be reversed with no adverse affects to the material if it is placed in elevated temperatures of 120° to 150° F for a short period of time (1 min max). Ensure product has returned to its original pre crystallization state prior to application.


Avoid contact with eyes and / or skin. Wash thoroughly after handling. Provide adequate ventilation to control vapor. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.


IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice.


IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of water. If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical attention. Take off contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.


May cause an allergic skin reaction. Causes skin and serious eye irritation. Specific treatment (see FIRST AID section on this label). Avoid breathing vapors. Contaminated work clothing must not be allowed out of the workplace. Wear protective gloves and eye protection. Wash hands and exposed skin thoroughly after handling. Dispose of container in accordance with local regulations. See Safety Data Sheet for more information. Keep out of reach of children.


CONTAINS: Reaction products of Epichlorohydrin and Bisphenol, Alkyl Glycidyl Ether.


As the conditions or methods of use are beyond our control, we do not assume any responsibility and expressly disclaim any liability for any use of this product. Information contained herein is believed to be true and accurate but all statements or suggestions made without warranty, expressed or implied, regarding accuracy of the information, the hazards connected with the use of the material or the results to be obtained from the use thereof. Compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and local regulations remains the responsibility of the user.


KreteKote KR24 — Epoxy Resin SDS DOWNLOAD


KreteKote H225 — Fast Hardener SDS DOWNLOAD


KreteKote H215 — X-Fast Hardener SDS DOWNLOAD



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