PL premium substitute?

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El dillo
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PL premium substitute?

#1 Post by El dillo » Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:20 pm


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Re: PL premium substitute?

#2 Post by Bill Fitzmaurice » Thu Aug 13, 2020 8:58 pm

The first looks better, as it sets to full strength in 24 hours. I'd be wary of something that sets in 30 minutes.

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Re: PL premium substitute?

#3 Post by SethRocksYou » Fri Aug 14, 2020 12:43 am

Looks to me like they're both the same product with links to a data sheet and a retail supplier. Appears the language use might be different than what I'm used to seeing. It states a "standard cure" time of 30 minutes and a "final set" time of 24 hours. Not always, but usually I see it stated the other way around, as either a "working time" or "set time" of 30 minutes and a "cure" or "full cure" in 24 hours.

Looks like the best substitute I've seen for people in areas that PL is not available.

For comparison; here's what (and how) the PL Premium Datasheet says about curing times;
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Two 2x6 shorty SLA Pro's
One 16" T39, 3012LF loaded
20" Tall AutoTuba loaded with 2 8" MCM 55-2421
8½" TruckTuba loaded with 2 8" MCM 55-2421

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