Mark.Eakin at noaa.gov
Wed Feb 7 11:34:21 EST 2001
I have used Oatey Epoxy Putty for attaching branching corals for
experiments. It is the Epoxy putty in stick form, where Part A is
rolled around Part B that Bruce Carlson spoke about. While it may not
be ideal for filling cores, it is easy to work with underwater or while
wet and pieces can be broken off as needed.
As someone else wrote, you need to consider the application. If this is
for a small number of experimental pieces, the putty should be fine. If
you need large volumes, you may want to look elsewhere.
N.D.Chapman at hw.ac.uk wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone knew of any brand names (and company if
> possible)for epoxy resin used for underwater fixing of corals to hard
> substrate.I have seen it being discused in e-mails and mentioned in
> papers and could use it for a similar application.
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