SA Contractors Silicone Sealant

SA Contractors Silicone Sealant is a high-quality, one-part adhesive and sealant with 100% acetic curing.
SKU: SILCONTBL/CTG
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$8.60
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SA Contractors Silicone Sealant

Vendor: Sealants Australasia

SA Contractors Silicone Sealant

$8.60

Vendor: Sealants Australasia

SA Contractors Silicone Sealant

$8.60
Colours: Black
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SA Contractors Silicone Sealant is a one-part, 100% acetic curing adhesive/sealant designed for general-purpose glazing and sealing applications where long-term reliability is required. It is an easy-to-use silicone sealant that offers excellent adhesion, outstanding weatherability, and superior resistance to UV radiation.

Key Features

  • Non-slump
  • One-part, ready to use
  • Fast curing
  • Outstanding weatherability
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Excellent UV resistance
  • 5-star VOC compliant

Uses

  • Standard glazing of frames, panels, and shop fronts
  • Sealing environmental and refrigerated rooms
  • Sheet metal skylights, ventilators, and air-conditioning units
  • Assembly of metal/plastic signs
  • Weatherproofing
  • Forming in-place gaskets

Benefits

  • Easy to use
  • Long-lasting
  • Weatherproof
  • UV resistant
  • Adheres to a variety of surfaces
  • VOC compliant

Application Guide

  1. Cut the nozzle at a 45-degree angle to the desired bead width.
  2. Apply the sealant to the substrate with a sealant gun and tool within 5 minutes.
  3. Uncured sealant can be cleaned up with mineral turpentine.
  4. Some surfaces may need a primer before applying the sealant.
  5. Use approved backing material for joints over 10mm deep.
  6. For a neat appearance to the joint, use masking tape.
  7. Always remove masking tape before the sealant has skinned over.

Limitations

    • Not recommended for use with concrete, marble, galvanized steel, lead surfaces, or the fixing of mirrors without the manufacturer's approval.
    • Do not use on submerged joints where porous substrates permit water to the bond interface.
    • Not for use in aquarium manufacturing.
    • Cannot be painted.
    • Not for use on some laminated glass or certain rubber products where bleeding of plasticizer may occur.

Additional Information

Property Value
Cure Method Acetoxy
Colors Translucent, White, Black
Sag/Slump Non-Slump (0.1%)
Hardness (ASTM D2240) 28 Shore A
Tensile Strength 1.7 MPa
Dynamic Joint Movement ±25%
Skin Time @25°C/50% Rh 5-10 min
Cure Time 10Mm @25°C/50% Rh 5-7 Days
Operating Temperature -62°C to 180°C
Specific Gravity 1.04

Suitable Substrates

    • Glass
    • Wood
    • Ceramics
    • Aluminum
    • Many plastics

Standards and Certifications

    • AS/NZS 2311
    • AS 4020

Uses

  • Standard glazing of frames, panels, and shop fronts
  • Sealing environmental and refrigerated rooms
  • Sheet metal skylights, ventilators, and air-conditioning units
  • Assembly of metal/plastic signs
  • Weatherproofing
  • Forming in-place gaskets

Benefits

  • Easy to use
  • Long-lasting
  • Weatherproof
  • UV resistant
  • Adheres to a variety of surfaces
  • VOC compliant

Application Guide

  1. Cut the nozzle at a 45-degree angle to the desired bead width.
  2. Apply the sealant to the substrate with a sealant gun and tool within 5 minutes.
  3. Uncured sealant can be cleaned up with mineral turpentine.
  4. Some surfaces may need a primer before applying the sealant.
  5. Use approved backing material for joints over 10mm deep.
  6. For a neat appearance to the joint, use masking tape.
  7. Always remove masking tape before the sealant has skinned over.

Limitations

    • Not recommended for use with concrete, marble, galvanized steel, lead surfaces, or the fixing of mirrors without the manufacturer's approval.
    • Do not use on submerged joints where porous substrates permit water to the bond interface.
    • Not for use in aquarium manufacturing.
    • Cannot be painted.
    • Not for use on some laminated glass or certain rubber products where bleeding of plasticizer may occur.

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