Free Form™ Habitat™ Flex FR

  • Flame Rated Flexible Epoxy Putty

Free Form™ Habitat™ Flex FR Epoxy Putty is a mix-and-apply-by-hand putty that is that is certified flame resistant (E84, Class A) and is used to create display elements that are semi-rigid and extremely tough. Habitat™ Flex FR is solvent free and contains no VOC’s. Working time is 90 minutes and handling time is 24 hours at room temperature (73°F/23°C). Cured epoxy has some flexibility with excellent impact resistance and abrasion resistance.

Free Form™  Habitat™  Flex FR - Flame Rated Flexible Epoxy Putty

Quick Tech Data

  • 1A:1B

    Mix Ratio By Volume

  • 1A:1B

    Mix Ratio By Weight

  • 90 minutes

    Pot Life

  • 24 hours

    Cure Time

  • Light Brown


Use with Habitat™ Folding Powder® – fold powder into epoxy putty to thicken and reduce sag when applied to a vertical surface. Folding Powder™ also reduces stickiness and makes the epoxy more handle-able. Once putty is applied, it can be stamped with a silicone rubber stamp to create repeating patterns with intricate detail over a large surface area. Surface can be smoothed with alcohol or water. New Habitat™ Flex FR will bond to cured Habitat™ Flex FR without delamination.

Habitat™ Flex FR will bond to a variety of surfaces including foam, metal, wood, PVC, stone and more. It is easy to paint with acrylic paints or stains. Use to make perfectly detailed tree branches, vines, planks and other themed elements for zoos and amusement parks. Because finished elements are semi-rigid, reptiles and birds can comfortably grip them without affecting the material.

Free Form™  Habitat™  Flex FR - Flame Rated Flexible Epoxy Putty


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Available Sizes

  • Trial Kit
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 1.9 kg
  • Gallon Kit
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 9.07 kg
  • 1.5 lb
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 0.68 kg
  • 8 lb
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 3.63 kg

Product Questions

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How can I eliminate bubbles from my castings?

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Using a vacuum chamber or pressure pot will help in removing most to all bubbles from your castings. You can read more here.

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