ABC SILICONE SEALANT GLAZING GRADE is a room temperature vulcanizing (RTV) acetic acid cure silicone sealant with outstanding adhesive strength. It is suitable for universal indoor/outdoor applications such as glass to aluminum and other non-corrosive metals, all glass construction such as curtain walls, store fronts, windows, glass blocks & glass cages, double glazing windows, filing gaps around door & window frames, insulation finishing system, aquariums and sanitary ceramics.
- Low Modulus
- Superior adhesion
- Air tight
- Permanently Elastic
- Fast Skinning & Curing
- Weather Resistant
- High & Low Temperature Resistant
Packaging: 300ml cartridge
Storage & Shelf Life: When stored in a cool dry place & in its original unopened packaging, ABC Silicone Sealant Glazing Grade will remain usable one year from date of manufacture.
Warranty: Due to variety of applications, different working methods and the various properties of bases, we cannot assume responsibility or liability with regard to the application of our products. Our guarantee and liability are restricted to the quality of our products at the time of acceptance of the customer of such products. In no case shall our liability extend beyond replacement of defective products, if any, found at the time of acceptance. For all deliveries and services, our General Sales Condition including warranties stipulated for each case are valid.
How to use Silicone Sealants
a. Use a standard caulking gun to dispense the sealant. Tool immediately, within 5 minutes of application, with a spatula to spread the sealant against the back-up material and joint surfaces. Sealant will begin to skin on the exposed surface in about 10 minutes and cure will progress inward.
Note: The use of a caulking gun ensures even distribution for a professional finish.
TIP: Hold the sealant gun at an angle of 45° while pulling the gun
towards yourself. Find the right working speed to properly fill the necessary gaps.
b. For areas with deep surfaces: Ensure the sealant is in contact with both sides of joints and gaps. Use foam backer rods to establish good bonding at the sides and to control the depth of the sealant.
Wet your finger with soapy water to smoothen out the silicone sealant seam. The soap prevents the sealant from sticking to your finger. Remove any excess sealant from surface with knife or spatula. Depending on humidity & temperature, applied sealant is touch dry after approx. 30 minutes.
Note: Protect from water exposure for at least 4 hours after application.