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Survival tips: making vessels for liquids and cooking (XII).



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2.1.1.5.13)- Cement:

Curiously enough, it is also possible to use plastic resins and cement of various types to make vessels. These materials are often use din factories and construction sites.

The process will be rather like manufacturing clay vessels (2.1.1.5.11) albeit generally speaking, you will not have to actually cook them for finishing. In other words, you don't need an oven and the process is therefore shorter.

All resins and cements, once their elements are combined, get hard due to a chemical reaction. In the case of resins, they usually come in two different components, one of which is the resin itself, and the second is a catalytic additive, which accelerates the reaction.

When you combine these two adequately and in the right proportions, the reaction 'begins' (strictly speaking, it speeds up), and after some time, you obtain a hard mass.

If you shape adequately that mass while it is hardening, then you can produce almost anything.

Changing the proportions of these two components alters the speed (more catalyser means a faster reaction), but you should follow the instructions provider by the manufacturer.

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