Sanitary S100 is an anti-fungal silicone sealant suitable for use in bathrooms, laundries, kitchens, or wherever sanitary properties are required. It exhibits good adhesion without primer on a wide range of building and engineering materials, including glass, aluminium, steel, ABS, and stainless steel. Sanitary S100 is also suitable for use in food preparation areas, such as commercial kitchens. It is UV stable and colour stable, making it suitable for outdoor areas as well.
Colour:Ashville Grey, Dark Grey, Eva Grey, Lydia Grey, Koala Grey, Off-White, Tile Grey, Travertine, Clear, Stark White
All surfaces should be dry, clean, and free from dust or grease. If necessary, degrease with MEK, alcohol, or ethanol. Use primer when necessary. It is recommended to carry out adhesion tests to determine the suitability of the product for its application.
Sanitary S100 exhibits good adhesion to most common building materials without the use of a primer. However, testing is highly recommended.
Use Adhefoam open-cell backer rod where required. Closed-cell backer rod is also suitable, but care must be taken not to damage the outer skin of the rod, as this can cause gassing (bubbles) in the sealant. When the depth of the joint does not allow for backer rod, a bond breaker tape is required to prevent three-sided adhesion.
Fill the prepared joint completely, taking care not to entrap air (entrapped air may cause bubbles in the sealant). Dry tool immediately before the sealant skins. The tooling time is a minimum of 10 minutes, depending on temperature and humidity.
For uncured sealant, use white spirit or solvent for tools and silicone cleaner for surfaces. For cured sealant, clean mechanically.
12 months if kept in the original packaging and stored in cool and dry conditions.
Available in 300ml cartridges.
Type of product: Polysiloxanes
Curing system: Oxime
Density (specific gravity): Trans 1.03
Shore A hardness: 20
Elongation at break (ISO 8339): 300%
Application temperature: +5°C to +35°C
Storage: Cool, dry between 10°C and 35°C
Temperature resistance: -50°C to +150°C
Conforms to: Californian Bureau of Air Quality Management Rule 1168