QUESTION: 

Why aren’t packages of less than 2.5 or 2 grams available?

 

ANSWER:

Some epoxy manufacturers offer 2.5-gram packages as their smallest quantity; one manufacturer offers a 2-gram package. When packaging the material, the manufacturers are mandated to supply a proper mix ratio of Part A and Part B while meeting tight tolerances. Offering bi-packs with less material is not practical, since that tiny quantity would make it extremely difficult to achieve the proper mix ratio while meeting tight tolerances.

 

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  Answered by AskFOC Technical Team June 27, 2019

 

 

 

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