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Category: Adhesives & High Strength Glues

Quick Overview:

Manufactured to a putty like viscosity, this flexible epoxy grouting & caulking system is designed for use as a concrete joint sealant in trafficable or heavy duty applications. Characterised by exceptional toughness and durability, use has extended to flexible grouting of equipment.
Epigen 1614P possesses exceptional water resistance and resistance to a broad range of chemicals including degreasers, cleaners, aviation fuels and lubricants, and a range of acid and alkali reagents.
  • Vehicle Workshop Jointing        
  • Swimming Pool Joints
  • Carparks Jointing  
  • PVC Pipe Sealing
  • Sheet Plastic Adhesive             
  • Gasketing
  • Concrete Crack Repair              
  • Core Sampling
  • Rock Wall Consolidation  
  • Resilient Adhesive
  • Water Stop

  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Food industry suitable
  • Internally plasticized - long term stability
  • Putty viscosity for inclined surface installation
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Tough and durable
  • Versatility in application allows concrete patching
  • Suitable with large aggregate addition enables void filling while still retaining flexability
  • Strongly adhesive for optimum adhesion

Epigen 1614P is supplied as a two part kit comprising component “A” resin, and component “B” curative.
The entire kit is supplied in a pre weighed convenient size to make on site activities easier.
Peerless Industrial Systems can provide information on specific applications based on industry acceptable practices or historical results.

Colour Grey  
Ratio by weight 3 kg Component “A” 
  1 kg Component “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC 30  
Mixed consistency @ 24oC Non sag paste 
Specific gravity when mixed 1.6  
Coverage  20mm X 10mm 1.6 kg / 5 lineal metres
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa n/a 
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa 2
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa n/a
Elongation  at fracture % 50
Elongation after max strain  released % 2
Nominal  joint movement % 18
Maximum exposure temperature,  C 120
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648, 
o C
Cure time to light traffic, Hours 14
Cure time to open traffic, Hours 24
Ultimate cure time, Hours 96


Methods for surface preparation prior to use include using chemical means such as washing & etching, high pressure water blasting, or mechanical techniques such as abrasive blasting, grinding or scarifying.
Specialist advice is available from Peerless Industrial Systems to ensure the correct preparation procedure is employed for specific application.


Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixers and completed by adding to the component “A”, component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogenus and free from lumps.


In all cases, the maximum joint depth should be 50% of joint width. The base of the joint must be unrestrained and clear of any adhesion to the base or backing tape. In extreme conditions of joint movement, installation should be carried out to enable cure to take place at the maxi- mum joint width. No edge primer is required to facilite adhesion unless the surface is loose or friable. In cool environments, pre warm the product before use.

Adhesive Applications:

Apply a thin coat of Epigen 1614P to both surfaces before bring the two together. Do not use where a hard high strength glue line is required. Recommended where a resilient or shock resistant bond is required (eg: PVC to concrete, HDPE onto steel, Rubber onto steel). Preheat the material before use to acheive best cure rate and strength

Crack Repairs: Non structural

In horizontal or vertical applications, open up cracks or chase using grinder before placing directly into crack using spatula or gun. Area of application may require top dressing as settling occurs.

Jointing Application - nominally 20mm wide  
“Final Depth” < “Joint Width”  
1.6kg = 20mm X 10mm X 5 lineal metres  
Backing material must release cleanly from product 
Adhesive or Void Filling Application  
1.6kg = 1 litre      
1.6kg = 100mm X 100mm X 100mm  

Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 2 Acetone 2
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 2 Dichloromethane 4
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 2 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 2 Isopropyl Alcohol 2
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 5 % 1 Petrol 2
Phosphoric Acid, 20 % 2 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 5 % 3 Sewage 2
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 3 Skydrol 2
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 2
Potassium Hydroxide,
5 %
1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide,
20 %
1 Trichloroethane 3
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 2
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 2


Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.

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