Ecopoxy Flowcast® Kit

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FlowCast has been formulated with a simple 2:1 mix ratio and is designed for larger projects such as river tables, ocean tables, and encapsulated objects. It can be combined with Liquid or Metallic pigments to create custom colors and effects.

FlowCast is intended for pours of 13-38 mm (0.5-1.5”) per layer, with a maximum pour volume of 30 L (without the use of additional cooling). FlowCast can be worked using the same tools you have in your woodshop.

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  • Ideal for Thick Pours
    • With the ability to cast from .5" to 1.5" thick pours, FlowCast is perfect for river tables, ocean tables, and any other deep pour or large casting application.
  • Bubble-Free Casting
    • FlowCast's low viscosity provides excellent air release allowing trapped air to rise to the surface, significantly reducing bubbles in the cured casting.
  • Outstanding Transparency
    • FlowCast cures to a transparent water-clear finish. It can also be combined with Liquid and Metallic pigments to create custom colors and effects.
  • Low Heat Buildup
    • FlowCast cures slowly with low heat build up resulting in less warping and cracking in your epoxy project.


  • Pour Depth: 13-38mm (0.5-1.5”) for pours up to 30L
  • Mix Ratio by Volume (A:B): 2:1
  • Mix Ratio by Mass (A:B): 2.3:1
  • Working Time (in mold) : 8 - 12 Hours*
  • Tacky to Touch : 20 - 44 Hours*
  • Set to Touch : 44 Hours*
  • Demolding Time: 3 Days*
  • Time Finishing: 7 Days*
  • Full Cure: 7 - 14 Days*
  • Working Temperature: Resin, mold, and workspace temperatures should be 20-25°C (68-77°F)
  • Storage Temperature: 15-25°C (59-77°F)
  • Clean Up: Isopropyl/Denatured Alcohol or Warm Soapy Water
  • Shelf Life: Two years in unopened container, 3 months once opened
  • *Times based on 38mm (1.5”) deep casting at a volume of 14L. Individual project times may vary depending on pour depth, volume, ambient temperature, and humidity.


  • Used to Create:
  • River Tables
  • Ocean Tables
  • Encapsulated Objects
  • Decorative Art Pieces
  • Custom Furniture




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