Entropy Resins’ SUPER SAP® CCR Clear Casting Epoxy is a clear, UV-stabilized epoxy system designed specifically for casting, potting, and embedding applications. Low color and low viscosity allow for bubble-free, crystal-clear castings ideal for art and hobby applications. This SUPER SAP ® Formulation features two hardener speeds: slow (CCS) for high-build casting epoxy applications and fast (CCF) for quick, small project fast casting epoxy applications such as resin jewelry and more.
Available in FAST (CCF Clear Casting Fast Hardener) and SLOW (CCS Clear Casting Slow Hardener) cure speeds.
Fast Cure: 90 min pot life, 24 HR tack-free time.
Slow Cure: 360 min pot life, 72 HR tack-free time
2 Part Epoxy Kits are comprised of:
Super Sap CCR Epoxy Resin and
CCF (FAST) or CCS (SLOW) Hardener
Note: CCF FAST hardener should ONLY be used for low-volume (less than 1 pint) casting applications with thicknesses below 1″. Using CCF FAST hardener for larger volumes or thicknesses can result in exothermic cures that will damage the epoxy.
Our partner Entropy Resins’ clear casting epoxy combines low viscosity with slow cures to allow for crystal clear epoxy casting and embedding. With excellent UV stability for low color change, and acceptance of pigments and tints, this formulation is ideal for art and hobby applications. Slow cures also allow for bulk epoxy casting and high-build coatings.
- Encapsulation or Embedding
- Bar Top Epoxy
- Resin Jewelry
- Resin Castings
- Molding Resin
- Art, Hobby, Craft Resin
- High-Build Coatings
- Mass Castings (SLOW only)
- For best results, measure the two components by weight within 5% of the recommended mix ratio.
- Always mix the product for at least two minutes, scraping the container to ensure complete mixing.
- Use products in a controlled environment. Avoid high humidity and cold temperatures.
- Amine blush, a by-product of the curing process, appears as a wax-like film cured epoxy and is more noticeable in cool, moist conditions. It can clog sandpaper and inhibit subsequent bonding. Blush is water-soluble and easily removed with clean water (not solvent) and an abrasive pad.
- For good adhesion, epoxy bonding surfaces should be clean, dry, and sanded.
- If you are unfamiliar with the product, create small test samples before starting a larger scale project.
- Entropy Resins Care and Handling instructions
- Measuring and Mixing Epoxy Resins
- 15 Tips & Tricks for the Perfect Epoxy Resin Mix
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More often than not, you can use heat to troubleshoot issues with resin. Read more about how to save crystallized resin here.
Although our room temp cure systems are designed not to need a post-cure, all epoxies benefit from the addition of heat as a post-cure. Read more about why post-curing is important here.
CCR resin states it’s “water clear”, which is a reference to opacity, not "colour". That means our resin is as transparent as water, but it might have a slightly red hue.
It’s important to note that a water clear resin can impart a subtle colour over the substrate. In the case of white surfboards, you wouldn’t want any colour, so water clear may not be the best choice. However, in the case of certain wooden substrates, sometimes a bit of colour is desirable. For example, many users believe their wood looks richer after they apply ONE.
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a resin with NO VOCs. In fact, all epoxies, resins, and polyesters emit VOCs. Read more about VOCs here.
(BC) Bio-Content is the term used to describe the level of biobased content in Entropy Resins before they are mixed with a hardener. Resin has a higher bio-content than hardener so the ratio goes down once mixed.
(MBBC) Mixed Biobased Carbon Content is the term used to describe the level of biobased content in Entropy Resins once you have mixed resin with the hardener.
Read about these two terms and our commitment to carrying more environmentally responsible products.
Entropy Resins’ Super Sap Technology replaces perto-chemical with renewable, biobased material. Entropy Resins’ is better for the planet but, we do not recommend eating directly from epoxy resin materials.
In order for epoxy (or any material for that matter) to be recommended for food contact it must be certified by the FDA. Entropy Resins is not FDA certified so we can't recommend use for food contact applications.
However when used properly Entropy Resins’ products are inert and it is possible to have your end product certified for food safety and contact. NSF certification is one such example and we've had customers' end product certified for food based applications though that method.
We used to ship 5-gallon jugs but have found that the 1-gallon jug is a better solution. Read about why we chose 1-gallon jugs here.
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