PolyAll 2000 Data
PolyAll 2000 is one of the most versatile home and industrial chemical products in the high tech arsenal of modern fillers and epoxies. The diversity of PolyAll 2000 and its ability to be modified endlessly by the addition of dry fillers and reinforcements lends itself to restoration work of all kinds. Like epoxy it is a two part product but unlike epoxy, PolyAll 2000 has the initial consistency of water. This enables it to soak into any porous surface, be poured into a complex mold, or flow between two broken parts that have to be bonded but cannot be separated.
PolyAll 2000 has another great advantage over any other similar filler or epoxy. It will set within three minutes after the two parts are mixed together. This means that its application will be speeded up many times over other products such as fiberglass resins and standard fillers. As a matter of fact multiple coats can be applied within the space of an hour and it can be sanded and painted within five minutes of being mixed or when it is cool to the touch.
All information provided is for raw materials only without addition of fillers.
Part A to Part B (By Volume) 1:1
Specific Gravity Of Mixture
0.99 @ 68F° (61.9 LB/CU.FT)
Viscosity Of Mixture
Approximately that of Water @ 68F°. 1 Centipoise
Gel Time @ 100F°
1 minute 45 seconds
Gel Time @ 75F°
2 Minutes 45 Seconds
Gel Time @ 40F°
Approximately 2 x Gel Time
Less than 1%
Shore "D" 65
Oil or Water Absorption
None observed after 2 weeks immersion at room temperature.
Fillers must be dry and oil free. Sawdust, fiberglass, fly ash, sand, ground glass, aluminum powder, other metal powders, microspheres, ground or shredded newsprint etc. may be used. The low viscosity of the mixture allows for large loads of fillers, compared to typical polyesters and epoxies. The addition of fillers can extend the gel times by 50% - 75%.
Most dyes which are soluble in water are compatible with PolyAll 2000.
Casting, Molding, Rim, Spray-On Coating, Adhesive, Wet Lay-up.
Mold release or barrier coat must be used, such as PVC, silicones and thermoplastics such as polyethylene.
- Wood restoration due to its ability to absorb quickly into porous surfaces
- Concrete crack filler and self leveling pourable patch for spalled surfaces
- Furniture industry
- Adhesion to many substrates including concrete, wood, steel, glass
- Fiberglass lay-up, repairs and molding
- Electrical, underground cable splicing, insulators
- Marine splicing, waterproofing
- Boating to seal and restore wood and fiberglass
- Mold and pattern making
NOTE: Each end user must test this product for suitability in each application. The data provided above is done so in good faith but there is no warranty or guarantee, either expressed or implied about the suitability of this product for the application intended.