Why Use Cartridges? 0
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to eliminate the chance of measuring and mixing errors, maximize the resin strength by eliminating air, always use freshly mixed material, enjoy top of the line products, save time, eliminate waste and have more fun? There is such a way. It’s called using dual cartridges. To use one you simply drop it into a caulking gun, prime it and screw on the tip to dispense thoroughly mixed and precisely measured material free of air. You put the mixed material right where it is needed with little waste. Using dual cartridges is fun and is the quick, confident way to kick back and watch things cure!
System Three & Seaview Boatyard: Riverboat Restoration Project 0
It is with extreme gratitude and pleasure that I offer my huge thanks to Phil Riise of Seaview Boatyard and the staff of System Three Resins, Inc. for their assistance in helping to repair my 1947 Cataract boat.
SilverThane SA-2100: What is it and why did we develop it? 0
What makes SilverThane SA-2100 unique is its ability to cure without the presence of moisture. This two-part technology enables it to act as a sealant of any thickness and to cure uniformly across a glue joint film of any size. This combined with its superior UV resistance and ability to stretch and rebound under load, makes it ideal for bonding dissimilar materials in outdoor, sun-drenched applications.
2011 Wooden Boat Festival 1
Photo by: woodenboatPT
The 2011 Wooden Boat Festival is September 9-11 in Port Townsend, WA. Stop by our booth!
Hope to see you there. For more information, go to: www.woodenboat.org/festival
Rot Repair: A profitable trend well worth following 0Rot repairs can easily become another service for you to offer your customers that will put more money in your pocket. Some contractors are finding that repair work can contribute significantly to their yearly revenue.
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