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3100 Series (Polyamides)


EPIKURE™ Curing Agent 3125 is a medium viscosity reactive polyamide curing agent, based on dimerized fatty acid and poly-amines. This is a general purpose curing agent for epoxy resins that is suitable for many uses including solvent-borne coatings, potting, adhesives, caulks and grouts. EPIKURE Curing Agent 3125 can be used with a wide range of epoxy resins and can be blended with other amine-based hardeners. Benefits include:

  • Excellent adhesion
  • Good water resistance
  • Good toughness and flexibility
  • Good pigment and substrate wetting

3100 Series (Polyamides)


EPIKURE™ Curing Agent 3140 is a low viscosity reactive polyamide, high imidazoline, moderate molecular weight epoxy curing agent based on dimerized fatty acid and polyamines. Epoxy resin compatibility and thin film curves are very good. Benefits include:

  • Good chemical and corrosion resistance
  • Good water resistance
  • Good pigment and substrate wetting
  • Good adhesion

3100 Series (Polyamides)


EPIKURE™ Curing Agent 3155 is a low viscosity, modified polyamide epoxy curing agent based on dimerized fatty acid and polyamines. The low viscosity of EPIKURE Curing Agent 3155 allows formulation of products with high levels of pigmentation and use of little or no solvent, depending on end use application. It is well-suited for use in higher solids coating formulations where low volatile organic content (VOC) compliance is required. Benefits include:

  • Good corrosion/chemical resistance
  • Good flexibility
  • Superior epoxy resin compatibility
  • Long pot life
  • Good blush resistance

3100 Series (Polyamides)


EPIKURE™ Curing Agent 3164 is a proprietary oligomeric polyamine curing agent for structural applications. Epoxy resins cured with EPIKURE Curing Agent 3164 can produce films, castings, or adhesive joints with a high degree of toughness and flexibility. Benefits include:

  • Imparts highly flexible properties
  • Improved toughness compared to conventional polyamines
  • Improved combinations of elongation, strength, modulus, abrasion resistance, and tear resistance in comparison with those given by other "flexibilizing" curing agents
  • Strong low temperature properties of cured formulations
  • Resistant to surface blush and amine exudates