Epoxy Casting and Tabletop Resin

Epoxy.com Product #214


Epoxy.com Product #214 is an all-purpose, low viscosity Epoxy System for coating wood and concrete counter tops, tabletops, bar tops and similar applications. Product #214 is commonly used as a clear self-leveling flooring material, where an extremely flat and level floor is required over concrete and wood.  Also used as a clear adhesive matrix for specialty colored glass and colored aggregate flooring and tiles. Product #214 forms a glossy, hard surface, which is resistant to stains. Product #214 has excellent clarity and color retention. It is essentially odorless and can therefore be used in occupied areas.


bulletLow odor for use in occupied areas
bulletLow viscosity - good wetting properties
bulletMeets USDA standards for use in food handling applications
bulletGlossy finish
bulletStain resistant


bulletMinimum application temperature of Normal Cure 50 Degrees F.
bulletSubstrate must be free of curing agents and any foreign materials.
bulletSlight color variation can be expected from batch to batch.
bulletPigmented version should not be used as a coating.


Surface Preparation is the most critical portion to any successful epoxy application. All substrates must be properly cleaned and prepared. Substrate must be free of oil, paint, sealer, caulking, and all other contamination that will interfere with the bonding of this material. Please see Surface Preparation. Contact Epoxy Systems, Inc. for more details.


Stir each component separately. Combine 2 parts A to one part B by weight into a clean container. Stir for three minutes, scrapping bottom and sides of container frequently. Do not add thinners.

Mix Ratio 2:1 By Volume
Viscosity (mixed) 950 CPS
Pot Life (200 gr.) 30-40 minutes @ 70 degrees F.
Cure Time (recoat) 10-14 Hours
Ultimate cure @ 74 Degrees F. 5 days
Color Clear or pigmented
Packaging Unit Size 3 gallon units
Performance Properties
Tensile Strength ASTM D-638 8500 p.s.i
Elongation ASTM D-638 5.5%
Adhesion to metal 2500 p.s.i
Adhesion to concrete ACI Committee 403 350 p.s.i (Concrete fails)
Hardness ASTM D-2240 80 (Shore D)
Abrasion Resistance ASTM C-501 35-40 mg loss (CS-17 wheel, 1kg load, 1000 Cycles)
Service Temperature MIL-D-3134F 160 F (Immersion)
185 F (Dry Heat)
Impact Resistance MTI-D-3134F ss 4.7.3 Withstands 16ft/lbs no cracking,
delamination or Chipping.
Indention MIL-D-3134F ss 4.7.4 Withstands 2000 lbs./sq. in. for 30
minutes without indentation
Elevated Temperature Resistance
MIL-D-3134F ss 4.7.5
No slip or flow at required temperatures at
158 F.
Water Absorption ASTM D-670-63
(24 hour immersion)
0.10% maximum
Flexural Strength ASTM D-790 8000 p.s.i
Compressive Strength ASTM D-695 11000 p.s.i



Will vary with application method. Be careful not to incorporate bubbles into the coating. If a second coat is desired, lightly sand the first coat, remove all dust, and then apply second coat.

For industrial use only. Keep away from children. Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS forms) pertaining to this product before using. Avoid contact with skin or eyes. Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause eye and skin irritation. If skin contact occurs, wash immediately with soap and water. If contact with eyes occurs, flush eyes as required with clean water and seek medical help. Use safety glasses with side shields and wear protective rubber gloves.


All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or any lacquer solvent.

Acetic Acid 5% L Lactic Acid- 15% R
Acetone L Methyl Ethyl Ketone L
Bleach L Nitric Acid 10% R
Citric Acid 30% R Skydrol R
Crude Oil R Sodium Hydroxide 50% R
Diesel Fuel R Sulfuric Acid 20% R
Ethylene Glycol R Toluene R
Fatty Acids L Urea R
Gasoline R Vinegar L
Hydrochloric Acid 15% R Xylene R












R=Recommended for continuous service L=Limited recommendation, occasional spills.