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Thix Powder (297)
A white fluffy super fine powder filler used to thicken, gel or raise viscosity of liquid resins, rubber compounds, coatings, and adhesives. Thix Powder mixes easily with numerous polymers as a rheology modifier for flow control properties such as a brushable consistency. Thix Powder is a thixotropic agent universally adjusting numerous low viscosity-fluid polymers to variable control levels to prevent sag, draining, flow, or runny conditions.
Applications include: adhesives, putties, pastes, and gel coats. Also spot repairs, splining, and modeling compounds for sculpting and styling. Thix Powder  goes a long way with effective thickening for epoxies, polyesters, urethane, vinyl ester resins, also two component silicones, polysulphide elastomers, and latex's. Ancillary uses includes: texturing, hole, crack, and void filling. Best added under agitation with a non aerating mixing blade such as the patented Jiffy  mixer attached to an electric drill or drill press. Although somewhat dusty and referred to as a nuisance dust we recommend wearing a dust mask to avoid inhalation. Manufactured from Silica-sand, Thix Powder  is a dry fumed silica and is universally used in numerous plastics and rubber materials.
Packaged in five gallon pails and has an indefinite shelf life. Thix Powder   is almost weightless, weighing approximately 2-3 pounds per pail.
As Zeller International, Gary Zeller or any in his employ has no control over the use to which others may put the material, it does not claim or warrant that in our particular circumstances the results you will obtain from the use of the product will be the same as those described in this bulletin, or that you will find the information, recommendations complete, accurate, or useful.
We accept no liability, in negligence or otherwise, for any damage resulting from your reliance on the information or recommendations in this bulletin. You should test the material to determine if the material is suitable and/or our claims valid in our particular circumstances. None of the possible or suggested uses of the material in this bulletin are a license under any patent covering such use or a recommendation for use of such material in the infringement of any patent.


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