FILCO® 8270 is a milky liquid epoxy resin presented in a non-ionic water emulsion. Characterized by its pure epoxy resin content and narrow particle size distribution, this product boasts high mechanical shear stability in diluted emulsion states. Primarily used as a film for glass fiber sizes, it finds applications in filament winding roving, panel roving, and woven roving. It can be employed individually or in combination with other emulsions.

Functions: Film Former

Chemical Family: Epoxy & Epoxy Derivatives

Processing Methods: Filament Winding

Technical Data Sheet

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Identification & Functionality

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Features & Benefits

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Product Highlights

FILCO® 8270 is an epoxy resin in non ionic water emulsion.

  • Pure epoxy resin
  • Epoxy equivalent ~ 380
  • Narrow particle size distribution
  • High mechanical shear stability of the diluted emulsion.

Applications & Uses

Compatible Reinforcements
Composites Processing Methods

FILCO® 8270 can be used, alone or in combination with other emulsions, as film former for glass fiber sizes for:

  • Filament winding roving
  • Panel roving
  • Woven roving


Physical Form
Milky liquid
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Viscosity (at 25°C, #3, 20rpm)max. 5000mPa.sMA143LFE
Solid Content58 - 62%MA145LFE
pH (at 20°C)7 - 9-MA148LFE
Epoxy Equivalent Weight (on dry resin)320 - 420gMA 149LFE
Particle Size Distribution
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Average Particle Size150 - 600nmMA147LFE

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Regional Availability
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA
Packaging Information

FILCO® 8270 is supplied in steel drums with polyethylene liner, net weight 200 kg .

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
6 months
Storage and Shelf Life Conditions

FILCO® 8270 should be stored at temperatures between 5° C and 30°C. Maximum suggested storage time is 6 months from production. After that date the product must be rechecked. During storge a slight settlement can take place, wich can easily be eliminated by careful stirring.