Acrylic Resin vs. Epoxy Resin

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Acrylic resin is a group of thermoplastic materials derived from acrylic acid — a monomer that is reactive with other chemicals to harden. Epoxy resin is a type of thermosetting material that can be a two-part clear liquid. Both types of resins have unique properties and applications. Copps Industries is a leading provider of epoxy […]


Learn About Our High-Temperature Epoxies for Metal & Nonmetal Surfaces

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Copps Industries is a leading provider of sustainable, superior-quality industrial epoxies. We have been successfully designing and manufacturing resins since 1979, and we draw on this expertise to formulate the optimum product for every one of our 400+ customers. These customers span industries including civil engineering, mining, electronics, and structural adhesives, and we offer over […]

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Hot Weather And Cold Weather Effects On Epoxy

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Epoxy resins are commonly used compounds in adhesives, paints, top coatings, sealers, and more. Most epoxy applications are combined with a specific curing process to ensure the finished product has the ideal characteristics for a given purpose. After the epoxy is applied, professionals can apply heat to speed up the curing process and create faster-forming […]


Environmental Commitment

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At Copps Industries, we formulate and implement epoxy solutions for our clients—not only for performance but also for long-term environmental awareness and sustainability. We’re committed to offering green products and protecting our employees and the planet with non-toxic materials and epoxy resins. Our chemists and engineering experts are constantly innovating our products and systems to […]


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Why Do Epoxies Yellow?

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Epoxy resins are commonly used for adhesives, protective coatings, and other construction applications. However, some lightly colored and white epoxies can start to yellow over time, ruining the appearance of the epoxy layer. This yellowing effect can seem random, but certain environmental factors can actually make epoxy more vulnerable to yellowing. In this blog, we’ll […]


Polyurea vs. Polyurethane: Similarities, Differences, and Applications

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Polyurea and polyurethane are ideal for manufacturing protective linings and coatings. The two materials share many similarities and can often be used interchangeably. However, there are several distinct differences that should be considered when choosing between the polymer compounds. From chemical composition to curing time, these differences lend unique advantages and disadvantages depending on the […]


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Consumer Craft Epoxy: An Overview

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Epoxy resins are versatile materials with a high aesthetic appeal. In recent years, epoxies have gained popularity in the art world due to their limitless color options and visual appeal. Epoxies are also widely used in the bar and restaurant industries to craft unique bars and countertops. To create an epoxy resin, two liquid chemicals […]


New Facility

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For more than 40 years, Copps Industries has been a leader in manufacturing high-quality epoxy resins. As we continued to grow, we saw the need for a new headquarters in order to better serve our clients around the world. It’s all part of our commitment to innovation, adding top-of-the-line equipment enhancing our capabilities and high-service […]


Epoxy Resins with Carbon Fiber: The Perfect Match!

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Carbon fibers are strong, lightweight, and fatigue-resistant fibers used to build composite materials.  By combining carbon fibers with epoxies, manufacturers can create incredibly hard, durable materials that outperform both individual material types. Composites are a relatively new production material compared to materials like aluminum, iron, and steel, but there are many benefits in choosing to […]

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