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J-B Weld is the world’s strongest bond, and the range of twin tube epoxies are where the legend began, and ever since the company has retained the tag line ‘The World’s Strongest Bond’ to reflect its products’ capabilities.

 But it’s not just a tag line, the company has third party strength testing data to support the claim which is detailed on every piece of packaging.

 But it was the JB Weld twin tube epoxies that started it all. These two-part epoxies are very versatile products.

With a paste-like consistency, Twin Tubes are great at filling gaps and cracks. Once cured, they create a permanent bond and can be sanded, drilled, tapped, shaped and painted.

Twin tube products from JB Weld are the original J-B Weld that comes in 57g tubes and larger 283g tubes, KwikWeld is also in the same two sizes, while MarineWeld comes in 57g and ClearWeld in both in 57g and larger 118ml cylinders.

 J-B Weld is the original cold weld that works with all metals, stone, concrete, fibreglass, rigid plastics, wood and ceramics. It is a high strength repair product that bonds and fills gaps setting in 4-6 hours and it cures in 15-24 hours. It is temperature resistant to 287ºC and fuel resistant.

 KwikWeld is a fast bonding and gap filling solution which acts on the same surfaces as J-B Weld but sets in six minutes and cures in 4-6 hours. It has a strength of 2424 PSI compared with J-B Weld that has a strength of 5020 PSI.

MarineWeld is specially made for strong lasting repairs to boats and marine equipment, pools and plumbing. It has the same strength and setting times as J-B Weld but is waterproof.

 ClearWeld is perfect for glass, tiles, rigid plastics, ceramics, wood and most metals and is a quick setting epoxy that cures clear with a strength of 3900 Psi and a setting time of just 5 minutes and cured in one hour.

J-B Weld products in twin tubes, syringes, and putty sticks all consist of two-component epoxies, consisting of a resin and a hardener, that when combined harden to bond on most surfaces. The primary difference is in the dispensing method:

· Twin Tubes: Resins and hardeners in two separate tubes that you dispense in equal parts onto a surface for mixing and application.

· Syringes: Resins and hardeners that come in two separate containers within one syringe unit; pressing the plunger dispenses the resin and hardener in equal parts for mixing and application.

·  Putty Sticks contain an outer and inner layer that, when mixed by (gloved) hand, become a mouldable, shapable solution to seal cracks and repair holes.