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Akepox 5010 Knifegrade

by Akemi
Original price $88.50 - Original price $238.50
Original price
$88.50
$88.50 - $238.50
Current price $88.50
Size: 450 Gram Tubes

Akemi Akepox 5010 Knifegrade - 450 Grams or 2.25 KG

Gel-like, 2-component construction adhesive, color resistant, only slight tendency to dis-color, ideal for coloring.

For face joints indoors and outdoors-particularly where they are visible. For quadratures and restoration work in contact with mortar, ideal for white natural and artificial stone.

Product Details

  • Clear + UV stable
  • Very neutral color w/ no yellowing
  • Because of its gel like consistency it has a high creep strength
  • During hardening there is very little shrinkage, and therefore minimal tension within the adhesive joint
  • The bonding are very weather resistant
  • It can be excellently colored with Akepox Colorant
  • *Atlas Pro Tip* Blend Akepox 5010 with Fine Marble Sand when repairing marble to give a seamless finish*

Mixing ratio 2:1

Safety Data Sheet Part A     Safety Data Sheet Part B     Technical Data Sheet

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  • Need product to safely repair historic marble tablet gravemarkers.

    The Akepox 5010 is the most popular and preferred epoxy for repairing historic tablet gravestones. It is clear and UV stable and will never yellow. It is also extremely strong.

  • What is the shelf life of this epoxy unopened and then when opened?

    Unopened this will last at least 2 years with proper storage. After opened it's best to be used within 1 year.

  • Hi Looking for an adhesive to repair old slate headstones...................... What products do you have and/or recommend

    Akepox 5010 is the best epoxy for this application.

  • This material can use for Italian marble joint filling

    Yes, this product is excellent for this application. Akepox 5010 is clear, food-safe, and can be pigmented with the Akemi Colorants.

  • Hi. What are the minimum and maximum temperatures for usage when repairing gravestones?

    You generally want to use Akepox 5010 at temps 50°F and above, and at temps 100°F and below.

  • What would you recommend for repairing a slate headstone, that if you look at it from the side it is split right down the middle completely through, almost it’s entire height?

    The Akepox 5010 is what you want! You can repair the break and then, if possible, mix some epoxy with crushed slate dust to use as infill. If not 5010, Akepox 2010 is your next best bet.

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Tyler
God Tier Epoxy

The uses for this product never end. Whenever I'm able I spring for this epoxy. It's ability to mix with marble and fill cracks is beyond impressive and the fact that it doesn't yellow is so so important as it often ends up being the face of a lot of the work I do.

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John McGlothlin
Highly recommended for marble stone repair

I use this epoxy for stone repairs in an historic cemetery in southwest Oregon. I used to use 2010 but have now simply gone to this one as it works just as good and can be mixed with marble sand to make a mortar which I like for infill of small spaces or when I need to provide more support than can be had with mortar.

I like the tubes as they're easily stored and transported and it's also easier to get the correct 2:1 mix (I use disposable plastic spoons).

Good stuff.

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kenneth vanover
Works great, holds up to the enviromnent

I have been using 5010 for 3 years. My oldest repairs still look like they did the week after the repair. Holds strong.

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Mike Alexander
Great epoxy

I have started using this epoxy . I like the tubes ,makes it easy to mix and carry with me in my tool bag . A very great epoxy for marble headstones and you can mix it with marble sand to make infill .

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Robert Leinhauser
Easy and strong

The Akepox 5010 epoxy performs exceptionally well. Great for colder weather, although curing times will be extended. I found it easier to mix using wooden craft sticks to achieve the prescribed mixture of 2:1. Plastic spoons can also be used. With a working time of roughly 30 minutes, this epoxy allows for "final adjustments" and what I have found to be a stable and strong joint for fracture repairs. If you choose to use the coloring pigments, a tiny bit goes a long way. We are moving towards the Akepox 5010 syringe system (available here) as it mixes itself and allows me to mix only the amount needed for the job. A real money saver and the perfect 2:1 mixture every time. In either case, this is a great and forgiving epoxy for the novice. I will review the syringe system separately.