We’ve talked a lot lately about the miraculous UV-curing laminate known as SolarShell that makes repair jobs much easier and more efficient. Now we’d like to introduce two more agents that also take part in the repair process: (soft drumroll to cue entrance) SolarRes and SolarGel.
Neat names, but what do they do?
SolarShell products are versatile and easy to apply, so they are perfect for repairing, patching, or protecting almost any surface.
SolarRes is like your traditional resin, but it has excellent corrosion resistant properties, so it’s protective power is unmatched when it comes to reinforcing various applications that are often exposed to chemical, industrial, and abrasive environmental conditions.
SolarRes can be used to seal surfaces prior to applying SolarShell, but it also works well on top of SolarShell joints. In some cases, SolarRes is used over an entire SolarShell application to enhance its physical appearance and durability.
SolarGel is (you guessed it) a gel that is ideal for filling pocks, dents, holes, and other surface abrasions. It can be used in combination with SolarRes and SolarShell or as a stand-alone product.
What sets these products apart?
Unmatched by standard epoxy, putty, or fiberglass repair kits, SolarShell products work wonderfully for water treatment, marine, and numerous other industrial applications. Here are the highlights:
- Comes ready to use in sheets, cans, or caulk tubes — no mixing necessary
- Cures quickly — 15 minutes or less in sunlight or under UV lamp
- Adheres to steel, concrete, insulation glass, wood, and more
- Resistant to the effects of weather, water, and many chemicals
Try out the indomitable trio today — you’ll love how these products complement each other and keep your repairs looking good and lasting much longer than you’d expect.