Brampton 24-Hour Shafting Epoxy (total 8 oz.)

 
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Brampton 24-Hour Shafting Epoxy (total 8 oz.)

  • High Impact epoxy for club assembly.
  • Quantity: 2 x 4 oz. bottles = total 8 oz.
  • Set-Time: 3 Hours
  • Cure-Time: 24 Hours
  • Cures Light Amber
  • Mixed Viscosity: 15,000 cps
  • Lap Shear Strength: 3,330 psi
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8 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
gerald gauthier
Apr 22, 2013
first time assembling a golf club and the epoxy worked great
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John Keaney
Oct 25, 2012
I have used other epoxys from 10 minute to 24 hour before and have found them to all be about equal, but after using this one I seem to find it easier to work with than the other epoxys I have used.
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Gene Simpson
May 30, 2015
Have used before. Easy to mix and use.

Advantages: Like the 24 hour epoxy. This works great and in easy to mix and apply.

Disadvantages: None
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William Goodman
Aug 24, 2014
This epoxy is so easy to use, and it gives me time to get things set in the right positions. Love the dispenser bottles! Should stay fresh until I need the two parts again.

Advantages: Like the dispenser bottles. Believe the 24-hour set will be less brittle.

Disadvantages: None.
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charles kaiser
May 6, 2022
works great
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Asked by Jacob Surdell on Nov 19, 2021
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epoxy will cure even at colder temperatures. the rated curing time refers to an average room temperature. if temperature is colder, it will take longer. if temperature is warmer, it will be faster.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Dec 11, 2021


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Brampton 24-Hour Shafting Epoxy (total 8 oz.)

  • High Impact epoxy for club assembly.
  • Quantity: 2 x 4 oz. bottles = total 8 oz.
  • Set-Time: 3 Hours
  • Cure-Time: 24 Hours
  • Cures Light Amber
  • Mixed Viscosity: 15,000 cps
  • Lap Shear Strength: 3,330 psi
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8 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
gerald gauthier
Apr 22, 2013
first time assembling a golf club and the epoxy worked great
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John Keaney
Oct 25, 2012
I have used other epoxys from 10 minute to 24 hour before and have found them to all be about equal, but after using this one I seem to find it easier to work with than the other epoxys I have used.
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Gene Simpson
May 30, 2015
Have used before. Easy to mix and use.

Advantages: Like the 24 hour epoxy. This works great and in easy to mix and apply.

Disadvantages: None
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William Goodman
Aug 24, 2014
This epoxy is so easy to use, and it gives me time to get things set in the right positions. Love the dispenser bottles! Should stay fresh until I need the two parts again.

Advantages: Like the dispenser bottles. Believe the 24-hour set will be less brittle.

Disadvantages: None.
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charles kaiser
May 6, 2022
works great
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Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
Q
Do you find this helpful? YES NO
Asked by Jacob Surdell on Nov 19, 2021
A
epoxy will cure even at colder temperatures. the rated curing time refers to an average room temperature. if temperature is colder, it will take longer. if temperature is warmer, it will be faster.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Dec 11, 2021