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Calculating the necessary epoxy resin for a given project is critical to achieving a successful application. This should go without saying, but what many do not realize is that with many projects, you cannot simply pickup where you left off and pour more epoxy. So, we have formulated the calculations for you to calculate the correct amount of epoxy resin you need for your countertops/bar tops.

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Use the calculator below to work out approximately how much resin you will need for your resin river table project. Due to the irregular shape of waney edge timber, it is not possible to calculate exactly how much resin you will require but the calculator below will give you a ‘best guess’. We suggest allowing a little extra, just to be sure.
 

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Installing a new epoxy-floor in your home can be a substantial challenge – unless you’re using our flooring calculator! You are bound to deal with the same problems – measuring the space and estimating the amount of epoxy. And while the calculations are relatively simple, we know math is the last thing you want to do while you’re renovating. 

We created this square foot calculator for flooring to take the maths off your plate. Thanks to this tool, you can quickly estimate the amount of primer coat, color coat and top coat.

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Don’t let your remodeling budget go over-board by hidden surprises – understand what the correct costs of your Epoxy Projects by using our simple Contractor Calculator that will give you the estimate cost of epoxy and total amount of money that will be needed for the underlying project.

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All Coatings are normally measured and calculated in “Mil Thickness”, (thousands of an inch).  One mil also equals 0.0254 mm (millimeter). Thus a mil is not the same thickness as a millimeter. The term “mil” is not an abbreviation but a unit of measure. 

Use this Mil Thickness Calculator to easily calculate any coating project in mil thickness.

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Use our paste/mica calculator to know the correct amount of mica powders and pigment paste for your next epoxy project.

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With this calculator you can easily work out the desired weights required to make up any two-part mixture that is given as a ratio.

Our Ratio Calculator will determine the amount of epoxy you will need for your project as well as aid in measuring out the proper amount for mixing.

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