Hardeners are used to cure resins. However, simply adding a hardener to an epoxy resin may not cause the epoxy mixture to cure quickly enough. If this is the case a different hardener may be required. Also, hardeners with certain additives can be used. These hardener additives serve as catalysts that speed up the curing process.
In some mixtures a hardener is used simply to increase the resilience of the mixture once it sets. In other mixtures a hardener is used as a curing component. A hardener can be either a reactant or a catalyst in the chemical reaction that occurs during the mixing process. A hardener may also be known as an accelerator.
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