EPC-410 Epoxy Cartridge

EPC-410 Epoxy Cartridge

List Price: $13.99
Your Price: $13.49

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This epoxy cartridge is enough to install 20 iron balusters.

Product Description

Epoxy Dual Cartridges EPC-410.

Our epoxy is designed specifically to adhere metal to wood. In addition it’s formulated thicker than most epoxy so that it’s less likely to run down the baluster as you’re putting epoxy in the top hole. For more information see our Iron Baluster Installation Guide.

We recommend purchasing 1 tube of epoxy for every 20 iron balusters you need to install. On orders over 100 balusters we recommend purchasing one additional to ensure you don’t run out. Each epoxy cartridge comes with 2 mixing tips.

Product Q&A


Guest
Marty Holbrook
2 years 8 months ago

Will these fit my COX M25 25 ml Epoxy Applicator?

Support
2 years 8 months ago

Hi Marty,
I don’t know for sure because I’m not familiar with that item. But based on the picture from the image search I did, I would guess that yes it would work. But if you want to be positive you can always purchase our epoxy gun.

Guest
Chuck
2 years 2 months ago

Will the epoxy last if sealed? I’m doing my hand rails in stages and just wondered if it could be sealed to be reused

Support
2 years 2 months ago

Thank you for your question, Chuck. Yes. The Epoxy will last if sealed. If there is a delay during your installation, you would be required to change the tip only.

Guest
Dave
1 year 8 months ago

Application is for filling void around iron ballusters placed 1 1/2″ into drilled oak wood. Loctite Powergrab was used during initial installation and I left about a 1/4″ empty void at the surface. Problem is the railing is flexing due to what I perceive as an adhesive that is slightly flexiable. So I’m looking for an epoxy that can be used to fill the void and thus preventing the flex that is occuring within the hole. Once hardened is the dried epoxy brittle and subject to stess cracking as a result of the railing getting bumped? is this a clear epoxy and can it be stained? Painted? Pen touch up tool to match oak grain finish of wood?
Thank You.
Dave

Support
1 year 8 months ago

Hi Dave,
I don’t believe 1/4″ of our epoxy is going to be strong enough to reduce the flexing in your current installation. I don’t believe the epoxy becomes brittle once installed. The epoxy isn’t totally clear, it’s more of a milky white color. You could paint it, I don’t think you could stain it.
Sorry if I wasn’t able to fully answer your questions. Please let us know if there is any other way we can assist you.

Guest
Christopher L Faller
3 months 9 days ago

What is the cure time for the epoxy?

Support
3 months 8 days ago

Hi Christopher,

We utilize a fast-drying epoxy, so the cure time is typically between 1-2 hours. We recommend waiting 24-hours after application before applying much force to your railing to be sure the epoxy has properly set & dried.

Best,
The StairSupplies Support Team

Guest
David
3 months 2 days ago

Do you have a video demonstration of how to use the epoxy. This is a dumb and basic question. Not sure how to insert into the blue epoxy gun and not sure what the skinny long things do.

Support
3 months 2 days ago

Hi David,

We don’t have an instructional video but we can walk you through the steps to load the Epoxy Gun: Pull the silver lever on the left side and pull back on the black plastic piece on the rear of the epoxy gun. Once this is done, you can rotate the front plastic section to allow you to insert an EPC-410 Epoxy Cartridge into the epoxy gun. Rotate it back into standard position, once you add a mixing tip to the cartridge you can pull the trigger on the gun and it will mix the two part epoxy together and dispense out of the mixing tip.

If you have additional questions, please give our team a call at 1 (866) 226-6536 and we’ll get you with an expert that can help with all your installation questions.

Best,
The StairSupplies Support Team

Guest
Jared
2 days 15 hours ago

Will the epoxy adhere the wrought iron to a steel handrail?

Support
1 day 49 minutes ago

Jared,

Thanks for your question. Our epoxy is quick-set and should adhere just fine for wrought iron to a steel handrail.

If you have any questions, call one of our experts at (866) 226 6536.

Best,

StairSupplies Customer Support