The ability to withstand the effects of repeated wearing, rubbing, scraping, etc.
To change the physical, chemical, or electrical properties of a material by chemical reaction, by the action of heat and catalysts alone or in combination, with or without pressure. Specifically to convert a low molecular weight polymer or resin to an insoluble, infusible state.
Weight per unit volume of a given, the degree of compactness of a substance
Epoxy Resins: any of a class of solid or semisolid viscous substances obtained either as exudations from certain plants or prepared by polymerization of simple molecules
A randomly distributed felt of fibers, usually glass, used in reinforced plastics.
The seal coat is a small batch of epoxy that is brushed on in a thin layer to seal any pores in the surface and prevent air bubbles from forming in the following flood coat.
A flood coat is simply poured on the surface and it self-levels to 1/8". Flood coats are applied in 1/8" layers at a time, as many as desired can be applied.
A color material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint)
Viscosity: Resistance of a liquid to shear forces
Ripples: warping or imperfections