(3) Drill 3/16 inch diameter pressure release holes no closer than 1/2 inch from edge
of delaminated surface. Number of holes should be determined by size of
delamination area. (Release holes should be approximately 2 inches apart.)
Figure 4-1. Skin Panel Delamination Repair.
Gloves are to be worn when mixing and applying adhesive material
due to possible skin irritation caused by adhesive coming into contact
with the body skin surface.
The Versarmid material is extremely sensitive to moisture absorption.
Therefore, make sure Versamid 140 container has lid firmly replaced
after material has been removed from shipping or storage container.
Both the Epic R1003 and the Versamid 140 materials have a shelf life
of one year.
(4) Using the outline of the marked delaminated area, mask off the surrounding area
(approximately a width of 2 feet) with kraft wrapping paper or newspaper. Using
unwaxed clean containers, mix thoroughly the Epic Resin and Versamid material
(a) Mixing by weight -- Mix 15 ounces Epic R1003 to 5 ounces of Versamid
(b) By volume -- 2 parts of Epic R1003 to 1 part of Versamid 140.