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Epoxy fillers are a powdered material that you add to an epoxy system in order to impart specific and desired physical characteristics depending upon the application used for the system. Each particular filler possesses its own unique set of physical attributes, however their use in an epoxy system can be loosely placed into two general categories:
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High-density fillers are used in the manufacturing of strong, but hard-to-sand systems. These systems are used mostly in structural applications like bonding, adhesion and reinforcement.
A low-density filler is used in light and easily sanded epoxy systems that are applied where the system needs to be shaped, filled or faired due to cosmetic reasons.
Epoxy fillers are used to thicken liquid epoxy for various reasons. Reasons other than coating or wetting out fiberglass. With fillers, you can use one epoxy system for different applications, such as adhesive bonding, fairing, gap filling, and filleting. All of that instead of buying a separate resin for each. The most notable applications for epoxy fillers pertain to boat building and repair, household projects, and woodworking.
If you are purchasing filler for epoxy systems, you likely know how to use it. But here are some common tips on the best way to add an epoxy filler.