What is it?
Epoxy Resin – Bisphenol F is an epoxy resin used in broad applications including coatings, adhesives, and electrical insulating materials. In particular, the liquid resins excel in workability and moldability which makes them suited to many applications.

How can I avoid it?
Epoxies penetrate vinyl and most natural and synthetic rubber gloves. Silver Shield®/4H® gloves may be used instead to provide protection against epoxy resin.

Uses:
  • Adhesives-construction, electrical, and aerospace
  • Casting and tooling
  • Coil coatings
  • Dental material
    • Restorative materials
    • Liners
    • Adhesives
    • Oral prosthetic devices
    • Tissue substitutes
  • Epoxy coatings
  • Flooring compounds
  • Grout
  • Inner coatings of food and drink cans
  • Laminates
  • Marine and protective coatings
  • Mortars
  • Photo cure coatings
  • Tank linings
  • Waste water treatment
Other names for Epoxy Resin – Bisphenol F:
  • Epikote Resin 862
Potential cross reacting/co-reacting substances:
  • Other Epoxy resins
  • Other Bisphenols
  • Ethylenediamine

How safe is it?

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