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Where can I get food grade epoxy/glue? Answered

Does anyone know where I could get some non-toxic food safe epoxy/glue? I need it for a project that deals with sealing things that comes in contact with food. Any replies are much appreciated!

,Thanks

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andrs
andrs

Best Answer 5 years ago

some food-safe glue options listed here: http://www.gluehow.com/recommendation/Ceramic/to/Ceramic

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PhillipS94
PhillipS94

1 year ago

Master bond does have a Food safe Epoxy but the cost is insane. The current pricing for 1-30cc
syringe kit of Master Bond product EP42HT-2FG is @$600.

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knowledgemotorsport1
knowledgemotorsport1

Reply 11 months ago

I enquired about a sealant that was ethylene oxide resistant, when I was engineering for a sterilizer company. They wanted $1400/ oz. for that that particular solution. I'm sure it works, but damn!!!

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WhengC
WhengC

4 years ago

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

7 years ago

West System 105 resin with 205 hardener is used for potable-water tank applications. Try a yacht chandlers.

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TheEngineeringStudent
TheEngineeringStudent

Answer 6 years ago

sooooo, what kind of food-grade epoxy would i use on some 3-D printed ABS plastic cups? I want to coat it so it stays waterproof.

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Zerq
Zerq

Answer 6 years ago

ABS is kinda toxic... better to use PLA + apoxy just to really safe..

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 6 years ago

105 SHOULD be compatible with ABS I think, but you'd better check.

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

7 years ago

What kind of material are you gluing?

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gogglecrab
gogglecrab

Answer 7 years ago

A kind of plexiglass type material.