Installation

Thank you for purchasing our epoxy resin products. In order to insure you receive many years
of service from your investment, we are providing these Receiving, Installation and Care
Instructions. It is important that you read and familiarize yourself with the steps and procedures
outlined in these instructions to avoid damage while receiving/handling the products, properly
installing the products, and caring for the products in the coming years.
Should you have any questions concerning the receiving, installation, and/or care of your resin
products, feel free to call our Customer Service Department at ++86-592-5624451.

RECEIVING PRODUCTS
Products are typically shipped via common carrier. All products are packaged for protection
during transit. Upon receipt of a shipment, the following steps should be followed:
1. Inspect all pieces for damage caused during shipment. If packaging material is damaged, be
sure to immediately inspect the products inside the carton and/or crate. Any damage must be
noted on the carrier’s shipping paperwork and initialed by the driver before departure.
2. Compare the number of pieces received with the packing list provided. Any discrepancies
must be noted on the carrier’s shipping paperwork and initialed by the driver prior to
departure.
3. Resin products are awkward and cumbersome to handle due to their weight and size. They
are susceptible to breakage if dropped. Leaning resin counter tops against a sheet rock wall,
finished or otherwise, can leave permanent indentations and should be avoided.
WARNING: Resin products are very heavy! Weights for typical pieces can easily
exceed 50 lbs. Adequate manpower is required to unload and handle
resin products to avoid personal injury and property damage.
4. Once the products are unloaded, care should be used in distributing materials to the
rooms/areas installation will take place. Damage to the products or damage to the interior
finishes of the building can occur if care during distribution is not exercised.
5. After distribution, products should be checked for conformance with your order using
paperwork provided with the shipment. Any discrepancy involving products as compared to
your original order must be reported within 7 calendar days after receipt of shipment.
Discrepancies should be reported via mail sales@shengstone.com to ShengStone on the enclosed
“Shortage & Breakage Form.” Please be sure to completely fill out the form so as to
expedite the replacement of any product.
6. If concealed shipping damage is discovered during the unpacking process, contact the carrier
immediately to report the damage and request an inspection. Concealed damage must be
reported to the carrier within 14 calendar days after receipt of shipment if the carrier is to be
held responsible for replacement product. Do not dispose of any packing material until after
the carrier performs an inspection and authorizes its disposal.
7. If products are to be stored for an extended period of time (longer than 30 days), special care
must be taken to prevent damage. Counter tops should be stored flat, fully supported along
the entire length and width of the counter top. Epoxy resin products should not be stored
outside without cover. This will prevent warpage or twisting from occurring. Resin products
should be stored in a conditioned facility.

INSTALLATION OF PRODUCTS
Installing epoxy resin products does not require any special tools or skills beyond what is
normally expected of experienced maintenance personnel. Tools and supplies (not included)
typically require:
• Tape Measure
• 4’ Level
• Putty Knife
• Assorted Sizes of C-Clamps
• Metal Shims
• Masking Tape
• Scott’s Liquid Gold Household Cleaner or Similar Product
• Clean Cloth Rags
• Rubbing Alcohol
Installation of sinks and counter tops requires the use of adhesives. Some installers prefer to use
silicon adhesive, others prefer to use two-part epoxy cement. Silicon provides flexibility for
removal and replacement of sinks and counter tops at a later date, but is not as resistant as epoxy
cement to reagents and chemicals typically found in the laboratory environment. Silicon can
also require additional time to install counter tops since it does not have the adhesive properties
of epoxy cement and extra care must be taken when finishing joints to obtain an acceptable
result. Also, silicon does not visually match the resin counter tops, sometimes resulting in a less
than acceptable installation.
For this reason, Epoxyn Products L.L.C. recommends the use of, and only provides, epoxy
cement for use when installing counter tops and sinks, except in those instances where the enduser
requires flexibility and movement on a frequent basis. Use of epoxy cement will provide
for the best possible appearance and longevity, resulting in a quality installation.
Installation should not occur if the building temperature does not remain above 60° F. during
the entire period of installation and cement curing.


I. Cupsink Installation
(Oval and Rectangular Cupsinks are installed in the same fashion)
Cupsinks are installed from the top of the counter top, cemented in place in a permanent
location.
1. Place the cupsink in the hole cut at the factory to insure a proper fit.
2. Remove the cupsink. Using clean cloth and alcohol, wipe cut-out in counter top and lip of
cupsink to remove any excess fabrication dust/oil.
3. Mix two-part epoxy cement carefully following instructions on container.
4. Carefully apply cement on bottom edges of cupsink and in counter top cut-out. Press
cupsink into cut-out until lip of sink is flush with counter top surface. Shim cupsink to
prevent movement prior to cement fully curing. Wipe off any excess cement immediately
using a clean cloth dampened with clean water. Excess cement and residue must be
removed prior to curing.
WARNING: The cement is a permanent adhesive. Avoid getting excess cement on
adjacent counter tops and building surfaces since it cannot be removed
once cured.
5. Leave cement cure overnight before attaching any plumbing to avoid misalignment of the
cupsink.
6. If cement around cupsink shrinks after curing for 24-hours, grout seam until smooth, being
sure to remove any excess cement as noted in Step 4 above.

II. Tub Sink Installation:
Tub sinks are installed from below the counter top, usually within a cabinet or under an apron of
some type.
1. Following cabinet manufacturer’s instructions, install tub sink “cradle” in cabinet or apron,
making sure cradle is extended to the lowest possible position.
2. Using a clean cloth rag and alcohol, wipe the top rim of the tub sink and bottom surface of
the counter top at the cut-out to remove any excess fabrication dust/oil.
3. Mix the two-part epoxy cement carefully following the instructions on the container. Apply
a bead of cement along the entire top rim of the tub sink.
4. Slide the tub sink onto the sink cradle in the cabinet or under the apron.
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5. Adjust the cradle until the tub sink is pressed tightly against the underneath of the counter
top.
NOTE: Avoid over tightening the sink cradle since excessive pressure will cause
the counter top to push up and possibly cause damage to the cabinet,
counter top and/or tub sink.
6. Looking through the sink cut-out in the counter top, wipe any excess cement from the
interior walls of the tub sink using a clean cloth rag dampened with clean water. Excess
cement must be removed prior to it curing.
WARNING: The cement is a permanent adhesive. Avoid getting excess cement on
adjacent surfaces or allowing to dry on tub sink since it cannot be
removed once cured.
7. Sink plugs (sometimes referred to as “strainers”) are installed in the same fashion as a
cupsink. Refer to instructions for Cupsink Installation to complete this task.

III. Counter Top Installation:
Proper installation of counter tops is dependent on the quality installation of cabinetry which
support the resin products. Prior to installing counter tops, an inspection of the cabinetry is
required. In order to insure a quality installation of counter tops, the following should be
reviewed:
• Be sure the cabinetry is installed plumb and level. If it is not, cabinetry must be corrected.
• Inspect the top rails of the cabinetry to be sure the alignment between units is smooth. If
misalignment is detected, cabinetry must be corrected.
• Inspect the top rails of the cabinetry to be sure there are no fasteners extending above the top
surface of the cabinets. If fasteners are too high, rework cabinets to eliminate the problem.
• Clean top of cabinetry to remove any dust/dirt to allow for proper adhesion of adhesives
during counter top installation.
• If plumbing or electrical service runs have been roughed-in prior to the installation of counter
tops, check to be sure piping and/or conduit does not interfere with the bottom side of
counter tops and/or sinks. If interference is detected, have piping and/or conduit moved.
Once this inspection is complete, counter tops should be set on the cabinetry in their correct
locations to check for proper fit prior to cementing anything in place.
1. Starting with the corner pieces of counter top (if applicable), begin laying complete
assemblies of counter tops on top of the cabinetry as shown on drawings (provided by
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others).
• Arrange counter tops to allow for a joint approximately 1/16” – 1/8” wide.
• Counter tops should overhang the cabinets in front and at the end of an assembly in
accordance with installation drawings provided by others.
• Check to be sure fixture holes and sink cut-outs match the requirements of the assembly.
• Integral backsplash tops should be set by aligning the backsplash to be even.
NOTE: It is important that the proper pieces of counter tops be placed in their
correct location to insure adequate joint width and acceptable installation.
2. After dry-fitting an assembly, remove pieces of counter tops and carefully place to the side.
3. Starting with the corner of a counter top assembly, wipe the edges to be joined to adjacent
pieces of counter top with a clean cloth rag dampened with alcohol to remove any excess
fabrication dust/oil.
4. Wipe the bottom of the pieces of counter top with a clean cloth rag dampened with clean
water to remove any dust or dirt that would prevent proper adhesion of cement.
5. Apply masking tape to the top surface of the counter top immediately adjacent to the joint.
6. Mix the two-part epoxy cement following the instruction label on the container.
7. Tip the counter top piece up from the front. Using a putty knife, apply a small dab of cement
over 12” – 24” on the top rail of the cabinet, then set the piece back down aligned in its
proper location.
8. Apply a liberal amount of cement to both edges of counter top pieces to be joined prior to
pressing them together. Cement should be applied evenly and consistently along the entire
joint.
9. Press the two pieces of counter top together. Work the pieces back and forth to the desired
joint width and to insure proper adhesion of cement to both pieces. Make sure the two edges
of the joint are aligned with each other, shim and clamp as necessary to obtain a smooth,
level working surface upon completion.
HINT: If conditions permit, carefully use bar clamps to draw two pieces together.
10. Once the proper joint width is achieved, clamp the counter top pieces in place using C7
Clamps.
11. Using a putty knife, remove excess amounts of cement by running the knife along the entire
length of the joint.
12. Cement residue must be removed from the counter top by wiping the surface of the counter
top with a cloth rag dampened with clean water. Excess cement and residue must be
removed before it cures.
WARNING: Cement is a permanent adhesive. Avoid getting cement on any other
surfaces or materials since it will be impossible to remove once cured.
NOTE: Water used to wipe off cement residue must remain clean. After wiping
several joints, fresh water must be used to avoid smearing cement on
surface of counter tops and causing permanent stains.
13. Allow 10-15 minutes for the cement to initially set-up, wipe joints with clean water, and
remove masking tape. Lightly wipe joint again to insure all excess cement and residue have
been removed.
Installation of remaining counter top pieces should follow in accordance with the steps listed
above.
NOTE: Curing time for epoxy cement is approximately 24-hours. Counter top pieces
should remain clamped and undisturbed during this period of time to insure
proper adhesion.
If your order included applied backsplashes (curbs) the following process should be followed:
• Dry-Fit backsplash to insure proper fit.
• Wipe bottom edge of backsplash and surface of counter top with a cloth rag dampened with
alcohol to remove any excess fabrication dust/oil.
• Mix two-part epoxy cement following instructions on container.
• Apply cement to bottom edge of backsplash using a putty knife, making sure cement is
evenly applied along the entire length.
• Press backsplash into place, making sure it is straight and level.
• Using a putty knife, remove excess cement.
• Allow cement to initially set for 10 – 15 minutes, then lightly wipe joint with cloth rag
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dampened with clean water. Excess cement and residue must be removed prior to curing.
If additional fixture holes or sinks need to be added after receiving shipment of Epoxyn products,
the following steps should be followed.

IV. Fixture Holes:
1. Determine the proper size hole for the fixture by referring to the manufacturer’s literature or
contacting a local distributor.
2. Mark the center of the hole on the counter top in pencil. If the counter top is already
installed, be sure to check underneath and confirm clear space for piping and fixture
installation.
WARNING: Drilling resin counter tops will cause a very fine black dust to become
airborne. Be sure to utilize adequate personal protective equipment as
well as being sure to cover any other equipment or finished surfaces in the
room. Whenever possible, drill resin materials outside the building in a
well ventilated area.
3. Using a diamond or carbide tipped drill bit or hole saw, drill the required hole.
4. Lightly sand or file any rough or sharp edges after drilling to complete process.

V. Sink Cut-Outs:
Cupsink cut-outs and drop-in sink cut-outs are very difficult to do in the field. Only trained,
experienced resin installers should attempt to field cut a cupsink cut-out.
Undermount tub sink cut-outs are performed as follows:
1. Measure the inside dimensions of the sink to be installed.
2. Subtract one inch from the inside dimensions of the sink, mark the hole on the counter top in
pencil.
3. Using a diamond tipped or carbide hole saw ½” less than the radius of the tub sink, drill the
four corners of the sink cut-out.
WARNING: Drilling/Cutting resin counter tops will cause a very fine black dust to
become airborne. Be sure to utilize adequate personal protective
equipment as well as being sure to cover any other equipment or finished
surfaces in the room. Whenever possible, drill/cut resin materials outside
the building in a well ventilated area.
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4. Using a diamond tipped or carborundum circular saw blade, cut along the straight sections
of the sink cut-out. Make 3 – 4 shallow cuts with each pass.
5. Lightly sand or file any rough or sharp edges to complete process.
6. Freshly cut edges must be lightly sanded and Epoxyn Edge Dressing must be applied. The
edge dressing comes prepackaged in a kit.

VI. Field Fabrication:
If you need to cut counter tops to fit a specific field condition, the following process should be
followed:
1. Transfer the necessary measurements to the counter top to be cut.
2. Always use a straight edge when cutting a counter top to insure a proper joint during
installation.
3. Always cut the side of the counter top that will be joined with another piece of counter top,
or that will abut with a wall whenever possible.
4. Using a diamond tipped or carborundum circular saw blade, make 3 –4 passes using a
shallow cut.
5. Once cut, be sure to wipe off the edge with a clean cloth rag dampened with alcohol to
remove dust/oil.

VII. Installation Completion:
Once installation of all counter tops is complete, and cement is allowed to cure for 24 hours, the
following should be performed:
• Remove all clamps, shims, etc.
• Using clean water and a clean cloth rag, wipe off any construction dust/dirt.
• Inspect joints to see if the cement shrank and/or if voids in cement are detectable. If so,
apply masking tape to counter top surface and grout joint using epoxy cement. Be sure to
clean counter tops after using cement as noted throughout these instructions.
• If additional construction activity is still taking place around the counter tops, it is
recommended that they be covered with corrugated cardboard. Cardboard should then be
covered with 3 – 5 mil plastic and taped in place to prevent any damage to counter tops.
NOTE: Be sure to warn other contractors/trades of the potential damage that can
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be caused if they use counter tops as work-benches or scaffolding to
perform their work.
• Just prior to occupancy, after all construction activity has been completed, wipe the counter
tops with a clean cloth rag dampened with Scott’s Liquid Gold, Old English Lemon Oil, or
similar commercially available product. This will provide a dark, consistent sheen to the
resin counter tops.
NOTE: Do not over apply these cleaners since they will leave an oily build up. If
too much is applied, immediately wipe off excess.

VIII. CARE OF SHENGSTONE PRODUCTS RESIN COUNTER TOPS AND SINKS:
Epoxy resin products are nearly chemically inert, thus resisting stains and damage from a wide
variety of reagents and chemicals if properly installed and cared for. However, an end-user must
be aware that there are certain reagents and/or chemicals that will stain or otherwise damage
resin. Caution should be used when using any type of acid such as nitric acid, sulfuric acid,
chromic acid, hydrofluoric acid, etc. Concentrated amounts of these acids, if spilled on resin
counter tops or in resin sinks, will cause stains or permanent etching of the resin surface. Any
spills must be immediately cleaned to avoid damage to your resin products, as well as avoid any
danger to your workers.
NOTE: Epoxy resin products are the material of choice for the laboratory
environment but can be sensitive to rapid changes of extreme hot and
extreme cold temperatures. Improper use of liquid nitrogen or dry ice may
cause cracking and potential sink failure. Product failures resulting from
the use of liquid nitrogen or dry ice are not covered under the warranty.
Epoxyn Products L.L.C. recommends the following process/intervals for basic care and
housekeeping of counter tops and sinks:
1. In normal laboratory applications, counter tops and sinks should be wiped clean at the end of
every day if possible. At a minimum, a weekly cleaning regiment must be implemented to
insure the lasting beauty and durability of your resin products.
• To clean counter tops and sinks to remove dirt, dust and chemical residues, simply use a
sponge, clean water and a sudsing cleanser (i.e.: Soft Scrub). Lightly wipe the surfaces until
the dirt and residue is removed.
WARNING: Do not use an abrasive cleaner or abrasive sponge/brush so that the
surface of the resin is not damaged.
2. Sinks should be inspected on a monthly basis to insure the seal between the sink and counter
top, and the seal between tub sink and sink plug (sink strainer), is still good. Specifically,
look for voids or cracks in the cement at seams. If cracks or voids are detected, repair should
occur immediately.
3. Counter tops should be inspected every six months. Review of current housekeeping
practices should be conducted, especially in any area that staining occurs on a frequent basis.
Inspection of the counter tops must include a review of the joints to insure they are still
sealed and solid. Look specifically for any cracks or voids in the cement at joints. If cracks
or voids are detected, repair should occur immediately.
Repairing Resin Counter Tops
Although the resin materials used to form counter tops are very hard and durable, they can be
damaged if care is not taken. Should damage be identified during normal daily operations or
through routine inspections as recommended, the following processes should be used to make
repairs.
Scratches
Counter tops can be scratched if heavy items/equipment are slid across their surface, sharp
objects are run along the surface such as cutting, or something is dropped on the counter top.
Scratches can be categorized in two types: 1) Surface Scratches and 2) Deep Scratches.
Surface scratches can be easily repaired by following these steps:
1. Many light surface abrasions can be handled by simply wiping the counter tops with a clean
cloth dampened with Scott’s Liquid Gold, Old English Lemon Oil, or other similar
commercially available product.
2. If surface abrasions are not removed using this process, the deeper scratches will need to be
addressed individually as follows:
• Using 660 grit or finer wet/dry sand paper, hand sand the area of the scratch parallel to the
scratch using light, uniform passes until the depth of the scratch is reached.
• Using a 50/50 mixture of Soft Scrub and commercial cleanser on a clean cloth rag, use a
circular motion and clean/buff the sanded area.
• Wipe the area with clean water to remove all grit and cleaners.
• Using Epoxyn Edge Dressing Kit, apply a light coating to refurbish the color and luster of
the resin counter top.
• Wipe the entire counter top with a light coating of Scott’s Liquid Gold, Old English lemon
Oil, or other similar commercially available product.
Should the counter top sustain minor chips at the edges or corners, the following steps should be
followed:
1. Using a clean cloth rag dampened with alcohol, clean the area of the chip and surrounding
counter top.
2. Mix two-part epoxy cement in accordance with instructions on container.
3. Using a putty knife, apply cement to chip working into the crevice and shaping to match
contour of edge/corner.
4. Remove excess cement using a putty knife, but allow cement to remain slightly raised above
surface of counter top.
WARNING: Cement is a permanent adhesive. Avoid getting cement on any other
surfaces or materials since it will be impossible to remove once cured.
5. Allow cement to cure for a 24 – hour period.
6. Using an orbital sander with 660 grit or finer wet/dry sand paper, sand the repair area until
the patch is flush with the surface of the counter top.
7. Using a 50/50 mixture of Soft Scrub and a commercial cleanser on a clean cloth rag, apply
the mixture in a circular fashion to clean/buff the repaired area.
8. Wipe the area with a clean cloth rag and clean water.
9. Using Epoxyn Dressing Kit, wipe the area to refurbish the color and luster of the repaired
area.
10. Apply a light coating of Scott’s Liquid Gold, Old English Lemon Oil, or other similar
commercially available product to the entire counter top.
IX. USE AND CARE GUIDELINES FOR PHENOLIC WORK SURFACES
Surface Protection
Scratches and Impact: Do not chop, slice or pound directly on a phenolic work surface. Use a
chopping block or other protective surface. Heavy impact, such as a hammer can cause
gouges in the surface. Knives can leave slices or scratches. Ceramics and abrasive materials can
scratch phenolic work surfaces.
Hot Objects: Do not place extremely hot items of phenolic work surfaces. Phenolic work
surfaces can withstand heat up to 350°F. However, prolonged high temperature exposure can
cause surface damage. Use an insulated hot pad or other protective device beneath hot items.
Do not place hot irons or crucibles directly onto phenolic work surfaces.
Ordinary Cleaning
To keep phenolic work surfaces looking beautiful, clean with a damp cloth using mild nonabrasive
cleaners, e.g., 409, Fantastic, etc. Some commercial self-cleaning waxes and polishes
can be used on phenolic work surfaces, but caution must be taken since others contain abrasives
that will eventually damage the surface or make it susceptible to stains.
Stronger acid or alkaline-based cleaners may permanently damage or stain phenolic work
surfaces. Never allow these cleaners, containers, rags or other items contaminated with these
cleaners to remain in contact with phenolic work surfaces. Examples of such cleaners include:
drain cleaners some countertop cleaners ceramic top cleaners
chlorine bleach oven cleaners rust removers
toilet bowl cleaners metal cleaners
If you spill such cleaners on a phenolic work surface, wipe up the spill immediately and rinse the
effected area thoroughly with water. Chemical testing, performed to SEFA 8-1998 test
specifications, has shown that phenolic work surfaces resist most chemicals for a period of time,
but there is no substitute for good housekeeping. Check your phenolic work surface
specifications for chemical resistance prior to long-term exposure.
Disinfecting
Phenolic work surfaces may be disinfected with common alcohol based disinfectants or with
mild solutions of hydrogen peroxide.
Special Cleaning Recommendations
Residual adhesive: Phenolic work surfaces will occasionally have a protective cover sheet used
during shipping that may leave residual adhesive. Clean this adhesive with a non-abrasive
cotton cloth and adhesive solvent such as lacquer thinner, MEK, or acetone. Read and follow all
instructions and warnings on the labels of all solvent products.
Paint and varnish: Remove most oil based paints, varnishes and lacquers with a suitable
solvent or paint remover. Read and follow all instructions and warnings on the labels and
remember that most solvents are extremely flammable. Remove most water based paints with an
ammonia-based household cleaner or paint remover. For stubborn paint spots, use a plastic, nonabrasive
scouring pad. Never use steel wool or other metal scouring pads.
Stains: Phenolic work surfaces are resistant to most common stains. However, some materials
and liquids such as certain dyes and pharmaceutical products may permanently stain phenolic if
not removed quickly. Examples include:
some hair dyes laundry bluing tannic acid
Mercurochrome dermatological tar povidone-iodine
To remove or minimize such stains, use full strength Pine-Sol® liquid cleaner or another mild
household spray cleaner on the effected area, and allow it to draw out the stain. Blot with a
damp, non-abrasive cloth, then rinse. You can also use solvents such as denatured alcohol.
Follow all directions and warnings on the solvent label because many are extremely flammable.
Avoidance of Abrasive Cleaners/Materials
DO NOT use abrasive cleaners, powders, scouring pads, steel wool, sandpaper, and etc. to clean
phenolic work surfaces. These can damage the surface finish and make it susceptible to staining.










Maintain

Epoxy resin table is not water absorbent, non stick ash, smooth surface, one of the core, especially durable. Use only a little maintenance, the table will be long-lasting bright as new.

1 If only to remove surface stains, use wet cloth on it; if these stains are hard to wipe, the domestic detergent is recommended, but you can not use detergent with abrasives, not waxing.
2 Made of metal, rubber and similar objects caused by grease or scratches can be dipped with solvent naphtha or cloth.
3 If you want to restore the original luster of the panel, can be used to wipe the surface of the cloth dipped in oil, and then dry cloth.
  


Clean
 
1 The most common way is to clean the table top with 70% concentrations of ethanol before and after work.
Epoxy resin table-board can resist many commonly used the decontamination of chemical reagents, but we still suggest test before using the reagent will lead to the fading of workbench face.


Scratch repair
 
Epoxy resin table panel can be repaired, practice has proved that, as long as the proper operation, the use of the scratches and marks can be eliminated by processing.
 
Required Documentation
 
80, 120220 to 3M sandpaper 100 clean cloth, mineral oil or oil
 
Minor scratches
 
Polish with 100% clean cloth in the direction of the direction of the scratches, until the scratches disappear. The lighter the grinding force, the less the grinding material, the better the effect of grinding.
 
Deeper scratches
 
In 80, 120220 along the direction of grinding sandpaper scratches, or you can use the polishing machine, until scratches disappear. The lighter the grinding force, the less the grinding material, the better the effect of grinding. In the end, the whole surface is polished with a 100% clean cloth dipped in oil, and the whole surface is dried and brushed with a cloth.
 
Repair of cracked or broken corners
 
Required Documentation
 
Epoxy resin adhesive, 80 mesh,120 mesh,220 mesh sandpaper,3M clean cloth,naphtha or solvent mineral oil or white oil,small wooden, textured paper
 
1 Get rid of damaged parts of the oil with naphtha, and then 80 mesh to the surface of sand mill.
 
2 To 1:1 ratio of epoxy resin adhesive, coated on the parts to be repaired.
 
3 Stick textured paper to prevent other parts sticking on the epoxy resin, but must be in the curing of the glue before tearing off textured paper, then Use putty knife off the excess glue, with a clean cloth to wipe clean the table.
 
4 After curing for 3 hours, in order to 80, 120,220 to sanding repair parts, or use the polishing machine for polishing.
 
5 In the end, with a hundred clean cloth dipped in oil to wipe the patch to ensure that the entire board gloss consistent.


Central experiment platform for steel and wood structure

Central Experimental Station

Table:19mm thick one core penetration, resistance to acid, alkali and high temperature resistant epoxy resin board

Install

The first step: check the bottom bench cabinet foot height adjustment, the adjustment of all foot rotation to the distance from the ground 5mm, so that the ground is not level adjustment.


Second step: according to the drawings of the various types of cabinets placed in place, to observe whether there is a top level. If not smooth, can adjust cabinet foot, with horizontal feet reference measurement, the transverse, longitudinal, cabinet edge after the Qi with screws or nut bolt connection. Links to the attention of the surface of the formation, there is no concave and convex, each adjustment of the feet are required to be able to withstand the gravity.
 
The third step: the fixed side seal plate can be entered into the installation, if the table has a sink and reagent rack column holes, in the sticky table before opening.
 
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