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- Specially Formulated for the Manufacture of Dual Seal Insulating Glass Units
- Excellent Glass-to-Glass Adhesion
- Screw-On Nozzle
- Resistance to UV Light and Weather Extremes
Contents of Cartridge
10.3 fl oz (305 ml)
Sealant Requirement Estimator Chart
Cartridges per Pallet
10.3 fl. oz. (305 ml)
10.3 fl. oz.
Shelf Life (Months)
CRL Insulating Glass Silicone is a single component, neutral cure silicone glass sealant specifically designed for producing long lasting insulating glass units when used with a primary seal of polyisobutylene. It contains adhesion promoting additives for excellent glass-to-glass adhesion, and is resistant to ultraviolet light and weather extremes. It has a functional temperature range of -80°F to 400°F (-62°C to 204°C).
It is available in easy-to-use 10.3 fl. oz. (305 ml) cartridges or 52 gallon drums for bulk dispensing. This product is black in color. Tack-free time is 30 minutes; fully cures 1/8" (3 mm) thickness in 24 hours. Units may be cautiously moved after 24 hours. Full strength is obtained in seven days.
TECHNICAL DATA: Meets or exceeds Federal Specifications TT-S-1543A, Class A (COM-NBS) for silicone building sealants; TT-S-00230C, Class A (COM-NBS) for one-component silicone sealants; ASTM C-920 for elastomer joint sealants, Type S, Grade NS, Class 25, Use NT, G, A; CGSB 19GP-13.
Recommended for dual seal units only with Polyisobutylene (PIB) Tape as the primary seal. Check cartridge label and Specification Data Sheet for additional limitations.
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