Gel times of epoxy resin products depends on the reactivity of the compounds in the Part B (hardener). Chemically they are amine hydrogens. The time the product takes to gel and then harden will be altered with change in temperature and mass of the resin/hardener mixture.
Every 18°F increase in temperature cuts the gel time in half, and the larger the mass of product the sooner it will gel.
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