Typical properties of liquid resin
|ASTM D 1544
|mgr KOH/gr Resin
|ASTM D 1475
Typical Mechanical Properties of Clear Cured Casting
|Elongation at Break
Formulation for Room Temperature Curing
|COBAL OCTOATE 10%
For most applications, where the molded product will be used at ambient temperatures,
satisfactory laminates can be produced without post curing at elevated temperatures, provided
workshop temperatures are not below 20°C.
For more critical applications, where optimum properties are required, or where the service
temperature of the molding will be above ambient temperature, post curing at elevated
temperature is recommended.
The optimum temperature for NAD-1114 is 80°C. After release from the mould, laminates
should be allowed to mature for 24 hours at a workshop temperature of not less than 20°C.
before being post cured. Place the part in an oven, suitably supported to prevent warping, and
increase the temperature from ambient to 80°C in 10°C stages.
Leave the molding at 80°C for three hours, and then switch the oven off. Allow the molding to
cool slowly in the oven. Post curing is most effective if it is carried out immediately after the 24-
hour maturing period.
NAD-1114 is a product sensitive to temperature, light & oxidation. Hence should be stored
indoors in dry place at a temperature between 5 and 25°C. Keep always in the original, unopened
and undamaged containers. Avoid keeping material exposed to sunlight.
NAD-1114 should be stored in the dark in suitable closed containers. It is recommended that the
storage temperature should be less than 20ºC here practical, but should not exceed 30ºC. Ideally,
containers should be opened only immediately prior to use. Where they have to be stored
outside, it is recommended that drums be kept in a horizontal position to avoid the possible
ingress of water.
NAD-1114 is supplied in 200kg drums.
3-4 month after producing
Health and Safety
Please see the applicable Material Safety Data Sheets, depending on the curing system used.
All information on this data sheet is based on laboratory testing and is not intended for design
purposes. Nadpolymer makes no representations or warranties of any kind concerning this data.
Due to variance of storage, handling and application of these materials, Nadpolymer cannot
accept liability for results obtained. The manufacture of materials is the subject of granted
patents and patent applications; freedom to operate patented processes is not implied by this