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STEEL-TEC 801 (2 Lb. Kit)
STEEL-TEC 801 putty is a high performance, steel filled epoxy putty for the repair, protection and re-building of pumps and process equipment. Rapid cure and an easy-to-use mix ratio (1:1 by volume), combined with excellent machinability, impact and wear resistance, make STEEL-TEC 801 putty an extremely versatile, protective, high build system for pump casings, fan blades, impeller blades, valves and other water circulating and process equipment. STEEL-TEC 801 is normally used for the repair of extremely worn or pitted areas in metal. It may be ground, sanded, drilled and tapped, required. Vertical applications of 1/4" or more are easily achieved.

Surfaces which are to be bonded to must:
a)be at least 50F
be structurally sound
c)be free from grease, oil, moisture or other contaminates and
d)contain no more than 40 p.p.m soluble salts.

  • Easy to Use 1:1 Mix Ratio
  • Rapid Cure
  • Good Chemical Resistance
  • High Impact Resistance
  • Excellent Wear Resistance

  • COVERAGE: a 2 LB. Kit yields approximately 1 pint of mixed material or approximately 29 cubic inches.

    COLOR: Component A: Light Grey / Component B: Black
    Mixed: Uniform Grey

    APPLICATION: STEEL-TEC 801 should be stored, mixed and applied at room temperature, approximately 75F . Lower temperature will increase pot life and cure time, while higher temperatures will accelerate both. STEEL-TEC 801 may be applied in multiple layers, up to 1/2" to 3/4" thick and should be re-applied with no more than 4-6 hours between layers.
    Heat may be used to accelerate functional cure after initial tack-free cure is achieved at room temperature. Additional heat should not exceed 100F to 120F when accelerating cure.

    See also: Base Coat: Z-TEC-751
    See also: Base Coat: Z-TEC-752
    See also: Top Coat: Z-TEC-753