Domo 10 - 1+1 Liter
Tenax Domo 10 - 1+1 Liter
Slow curing epoxy
Domo 10 A & B is a two part knife grade epoxy designed for all types of stone. Tenax Domo 10 is one of the strongest epoxies in the stone industry. It will bond to almost any surface including polished surfaces. Tenax Domo 10 will bond to both damp and dry surfaces. Domo is designed for permanent application. The stone will break before the bond will. Suitable for temperatures below 32° as well as extreme heat. Recommended for both interior and exterior applications. White in color. Colors easily with Tenax Universal Colors. VOC compliant.
Instructions For Use:
Make sure the surface to be treated is dry, clean and free of dust. Mixing ratio of resin to catalyst is 1:1 (see chart below). Use clean tools. Stir vigorously and apply. Do not place unused product back in can. Make sure the cans are sealed tightly after use. To clean tools we suggest light solvents like acetone and butyl acetate.
Keep the can can closed after using. This product will last at least 2 years under normal conditions between 65° and 77°. Keep away from heat, humidity and sun light.
- Gel time in bulk at 77°: 120-150 min
- Tacky free time at 77°: 5 hours
- Minimum reaction temperature: 50°
- Temp range for use after hardening: -13° to 143°
- Ratio of glue to hardener: 1:1 mix ratio
Please read the safety data sheets before use and follow the product instructions.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
How long does it take for domo to get hard
Domo 10 is an extremely strong slow-setting epoxy. Allow up to 24 hours for a complete cure. Depending on temperature and humidity.
All things considered, what would be your choice - Tenax Domo 10 or Akemi Akepox 2030?
Thanks for the question! It all depends on the specific application and needs of the project. They are both excellent epoxies from highly regarded companies. The Domo10 is extremely slow setting and extremely strong. If you are working on repairing fractured tablet stones, we do recommend using Akepox 5010 and then Akepox 5030 as a second choice. I hope this helps!