MasterBrace SAT 4700: Low-temperature cure epoxy encapsulation resin for the MasterBrace Composite Strengthening System

Formerly: MBrace Saturant LTC

How does MasterBrace SAT 4700 work?

MasterBrace SAT 4700 is a 100% solids, low viscosity epoxy material that is used to encapsulate MasterBrace carbon and glass fiber fabrics. Based on a unique amine curing agent technology, MasterBrace SAT 4700 is designed to cure at ambient temperatures as low as 40° F (5° C) and substrate temperatures as low as 32° F (0° C).

When reinforced with MasterBrace fiber fabrics, the MasterBrace SAT 4700 cures to provide a high performance FRP laminate. The resulting FRP laminate can provide additional strength to concrete, masonry, steel, and wood structural elements.

Recommended uses:

  • Used to encapsulate any MasterBrace fabric in low temperature environments
  • Vertical
  • Horizontal
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Concrete
  • Masonry
  • Steel

What are the unique features of MasterBrace SAT 4700?

  • Used to encapsulate any MasterBrace fabric
  • 100% solids epoxy
  • Low odor
  • Low VOC’s
  • Suitable for low-temperature application
  • Can be applied if temperature is 40° F and rising

What are the benefits of MasterBrace SAT 4700?

  • Moderate viscosity
  • Can be applied in vertical and overhead applications, but still adequately saturates MasterBrace fabrics
  • Extends application window in cooler conditions

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