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  • Epoxy Glue for Iron Baluster Installation
  • Super Epoxy Glue EPC-410
  • How to epoxy iron balusters DIY
  • Secure Iron Baluster with epoxy glue
  • Gluing Iron Balusters
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Epoxy Glue for Iron Baluster Installation

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Product Description

Non-Drip Epoxy Glue EPC-410 for Iron Baluster Installation 

The EPC-410 Epoxy Glue is used by professionals to secure stair iron balusters into place. It dries hard and creates an immovable baluster once dried. Approximately working time is 15 minutes. After the two components of Epoxy Glue have been mixed, the adhesive hardens with almost no loss of volume to form a duroplastic synthetic resin. Hardening takes place by evaporation. Surface must be dry and free of dust and grease.

  • Easy to use
  • Translucent paste epoxy
  • Two-part epoxy resin adhesive
  • Non-drip (slow drip)
  • 50ml double-barrel cartridge
  • One tube will glue up to 25 balusters
  • 100% solid and does not shrink upon curing
  • Thick and permanent, similar to vaseline
  • Includes two mixing nozzles
  • Bonds and repairs a wide variety of materials
  • Cures in 3 - 4 hours
  • Can be recapped for later use
  • Time resistant, impact resistant and water resistant
  • Used in conjunction with the Epoxy Gun (Not included and is sold separately) 

If you can’t find the product you are looking for, need additional assistance or have any questions, please contact our sales team at 

(844) 5-STAIRS or e-mail us  

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our stair products, installation or help you place an order.

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  1. Don't use a different Epoxy

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 25th 2019

    This epoxy was easy to work with, thick and not runny. Doesn't take much.