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Each stone used for epoxy stone overlays will give you slightly different
results. The cleaner the stone, the less epoxy that will be required. If the stone is dusty, more resin will be required. Stone with a lot of flat surfaces that interface with each other well, may require less resin than a very round stone that has small surfaces that touch each other. This
calculator is designed to give you quick
"Rules of Thumb" to help you do quick estimating. Be sure to test
Epoxy.com Product #17 with your stone to verify dosing. The dosing that
this calculator is based on is 1.25 gallon of mixed epoxy resin and hardener for
each 150 lbs of stone. This is a little more resin than is necessary for most
well graded, clean dry stone.
To get the yield please provide the following:
Square feet to be covered in epoxy stone overlay
Thickness of Epoxy.com stone overlay in decimal Inches:
Weight of 1 gallon of Weight of 1 gallon of the stone
to be used:
Average weight per gallon is typically about 11 to 12 lbs. Put your stone
in a 1 gallon can and careful weigh it.
This calculator is for estimating and double checking your own estimates.
Although Epoxy.com believes these calculators are accurate, we offer it as is
and do not guarantee its accuracy. The quantities shown are based on
theoretical coverage. Your job and site conditions may require more material.
As always contact Epoxy.com Technical Support with your questions.
Proper mixing and installation is critical to the optimal success of all product.
MSDS for more details on our products.
Be sure to contact us with any questions and/or concerns that you have.
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321-206-1833 Customer Service - Ordering and Order Status
Katey Fontaine, VP - Customer Service Director
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