[Coral-List] Best Non-Toxic Marine Epoxy?

Greg Challenger GChallenger at polarisappliedsciences.com
Thu Mar 12 10:30:14 EDT 2015

 Google Polaris applied sciences.  I've reattached tens of thousands of corals.  All-fix for small jobs. Two part epoxy like play dough.   You can carry it in lumps and mix them together underwater.  It will not come apart ever with proper surface preparation.   Big jobs. Portland number 2 cement sand and plaster of Paris (10 percent).   The plaster of Paris is not vital but helps it set up 


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> On Mar 10, 2015, at 1:08 PM, "Hannah Aichelman" <hannahaichelman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Coral List,
> We are trying to find the best non-toxic marine epoxy that will be used to
> seal core plugs from recently drilled coral colonies (Siderastrea siderea
> and Pseudodiploria strigosa). Any ideas for the best options? We are trying
> not to use Z-SPAR because of potential toxicity to the coral.
> Thanks!
> Hannah
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