Repair foam set
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We are convinced of the quality of the 3D targets. Nevertheless, some spots like the scoring zone wear out after being shot heavily for some time.
Instead of throwing the 3D target away or use some minor quality repair material, get our 2 components PU repair foam!
Total weight: 7.5 kg (component A 5 kg + component B 2.5 kg)
Note: Material is sensitive to cold, store at >= 15 °C
If you ask yourself how many spots you can repair: the mixture expands to approx. 4 – 5 times of its original volume .
Wear protective gear and avoid skin contact. Use only in well ventilated room.
unopened it has a shelf life of approx. 6 months – 1 year (minimum = 6 months)
After opened at least 1 month but the containers have to be carefully closed after use and any soiling of the material must be avoided (through dirty equipment for example).
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guide for 3D repair foam
L.G. Animals Rep – 2-component-Polyurethan-repair foam – is used for repairing partially damaged 3D archery targets.
Material description and recommended equipment:
Component A = Polyol
Component B = Isocyanat (caution: hazardous to health)
Mixing ratio: 2 : 1 (2A:1B)
Note: Already small changes in the mixing ratio affect the outcome. Therefore, try to make the mixture as recommended. The foam mixture expands to 5 times of its original volume.
Therefore, it is recommended to only handle small volumes. It is also highly recommended to wear protective gloves during the whole process.
Storage-/room temperature: > + 15 °C
· 2 clean jars
· something to stir up the 2 components
· protective gloves
· waterproof pen
· weatherproof paint
IMPORTANT: the repair process must only be done in well-ventilated rooms or outdoors, to avoid any harm due to possible hazardous vapours. It is recommended to do a test with a small quantity of the material to get familiar with the performance of the repair foam, before you begin
with the actual repair process.
Step 1: First, properly clean the concerned part of your 3D target. There shouldn’t be any loose parts left. Put the 3D target in a stable position, the hole should be bound upwards to have a safe filling position.
Step 2: Put a clean jar on the scale, set the scale on 0 and pour in the requested amount of component A. Set the scale on 0 again and now add component B in the same jar.
Caution: B is only half of the amount of A (for example: component A = 200 g, B = 100 g)
Step 3: Now mix up the 2 components for approx. 30 seconds until they become a homogenous mass.
Step 4: Pour the foam mixture evenly in the hole. Important: always consider the 5-fold expansion of the material. After approximately 60 seconds the material starts the expansion process.
It takes approximately 20 minutes until the material is hardened.
Step 5: Now remove the excess material with a sharp knife until you have smooth transitions
and the repaired part matches with the shape of the 3D target.
Step 6: Finally, put a matching weatherproof paint on the repaired part and let it dry. If the repair
was done at the scoring zone, you can now redraw the scoring zone with a waterproof pen.
The repair process is finished and you can use your 3D target as usual.