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Old 08-26-2012, 08:09 PM
Jon Kennedy Jon Kennedy is offline
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Gallons of wood stabilizing resin ZK-TR 90

I HAVE SOME 5 GALLON AND 1 GALLON CONTAINERS OF ZK-TR 90 WOOD STABILIZING RESIN FOR SALE! PRICE IS 80.00 PER GALLON, SHIPPING WILL BE EXTRA

ZK-TR90
STABILIZING RESIN



ZK-TR90 is a high performance, water washable,
Heat cured resin designed for stabilizing woods.
The resin cures to form a hard durable thermoset
Plastic formed by a free radical polymerization initiated by exposure to heat. The resin can be cured at temperatures between 80?C - 96?C, (177? F -205? F). Cure is preferably accomplished
by heating in cure oven.



ZK-TR90 is suitable for use in all currently
Available stabilization equipment for the stabilization of
Soft and unstable woods. The resin is suitable for
Use with all common types of stabilizing processes
including: wet vacuum, wet vacuum/pressure, dry vacuum/
Pressure or pressure stabilizing.


ZK-TR90 forms a densely cross-linked thermoset
polymer when cured. The resin is formulated
with a carefully chosen balance of reactive an unrective
surfactants. This critical formula results in a high resistance to water.


Uncured Properties
Composition/type: methacrylate monomers
Appearance/Color: translucent, amber liquid
Viscosity @25?C: 5-20 cP
Specific Gravity: 1.03
Flash Point: >90?C
Vapor Pressure: <5 mmHg
Flourescence Yes

Cured Properties
Appearance: hard, translucent, plastic
Hardness Shore D
(ASTM D2240): 75-85



IV. CURING RATES AND METHODS
Wood must be free of oils, wax, paint, stain and dry prior to stabilization. It is recommended that wood be dried down to 0% to 10% prior to stabilizing.
Turn ability of stabilized wood is substantially
improved due to the reduction in irregularities in the
wood.

ZK-TR90 cures when the temperature of the
resin within the wood reaches 90? C for a
minimum of 1 hour. Special initiators blended
Into the resin cause free radical polymerization once
resin temperature reaches specified cure temperatures.
Thermal conductivity of the wood being stabilized
and the recovery rate of the curing medium is
factors used to calculate actual process times. The
typical method for curing is placing of stabilized
wood in heated cure oven until cure temperature is sustained
for 60 minutes or more. Wood blanks that are large
may require longer curing times to achieve the required cure temperature.
Reactivity of the stabilizing resin is monitored by
measuring gel time of a representative sample from
the chambers. Resin temperature should be kept below
80oF. Gel time measured in a 15x 85mm test tube
should be between 4-6 minutes at 90oC.


V. STORAGE
ZK-TR 90 is easy to store and will exhibit long
shelf life under proper storage conditions. The resin
should be stored in its original container and away
from direct sunlight or other sources of UV light.
Storage temperatures should be maintained below
27?C (80?F).

VI. HANDLING
ALL CHEMICALS SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH CARE.
ZK-TR 90 resin can be safely handled using normally
accepted practices for handling non-toxic industrial
chemicals. Rubber gloves should be worn when
handling uncured resin. Avoid excessive skin contact
and wash thoroughly with water and mild soap if contact
occurs. If dermatitis occurs, seek medical attention
and avoid further exposure.
Avoid accidental contact with the eyes by using safety
glasses. If accidental contact with the eyes should
occur, flush immediately with copious amounts of clean water and obtain medical attention.


VII. WASTE TREATMENT
Cured ZK-TR90 is inert and can be disposed of as ordinary
industrial trash. Uncured resin should be cured
before disposal. resin in solution in wash water
effluent is biodegradable and normally acceptable at
local POTW treatment facilities. Most in-plant treat- ment systems can process moderate effluent with minimal
difficulty. Contact- Jon Kennedy for assistance with specific application issues.

ORDERING INFO

Jon Kennedy 320-212-1504
Kennedy Custom Calls

VIII. QUALITY STANDARDS
ZK-TR 90 resins are manufactured under standards and approvals of Kennedy Custom Calls.

NOTES
Information presented herein has been compiled from sources considered to be accurate and reliable, but is not guaranteed to be so. Nothing herein shall be considered as recommending practices or products in violation of any patent, law or regulation. It is the user's responsibility to determine the suitability of any material for a specific purpose and to adopt such safety precautions as may be necessary.


Thank You!
Jon Kennedy
Kennedy Custom Calls
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Old 08-26-2012, 08:51 PM
Tkrueger Tkrueger is offline
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Hey, I have been buying this resin from Jon for a long time and it works great!!!! Give him a call you won't be disappointed . I use a wet vaccum system with great results. Troy
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:56 AM
Crandart Knives Crandart Knives is offline
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Hi Jon,
How do I order a gallon of ZK-TR 90 assuming you do ship to the UK.
Warm regards
Cliff
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Old 04-03-2013, 04:25 PM
Michael Winkler Michael Winkler is offline
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Hi Jon,

I would like to order a gallon of ZK-TR90. Could you tell me the price for 1 gallon + shipping to Austria? Do you have an email adress i can send informations about my place of residence to?

Thank You!
Michael Winkler

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Old 04-14-2013, 09:01 PM
Jon Kennedy Jon Kennedy is offline
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Hi Jon,

I would like to order a gallon of ZK-TR90. Could you tell me the price for 1 gallon + shipping to Austria? Do you have an email adress i can send informations about my place of residence to?

Thank You!
Michael Winkler
Michael please email me at bones@plainstatesenergy.com to discuss shipping, Thank you Jon
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