Glass Sealant is a high performance. It is one-part silicone sealant that offers excellent adhesion
(usually without a primer), weather ability, elasticity and long life reliability for glazing.
1. Ease of use - one part, no mixing required.
2. Good weather ability - virtually unaffected by sunlight, rain, snow, ozone or temperature extremes.
3. Can be applied in any season.
4. Long-life reliability - cured sealant stays rubbery from -60 to +200 deg C without tearing, cracking, drying out or becoming brittle.
5. Available in clear or translucent colors.
6. Can be used with most common building materials.
This is primarily designed for conventional and plastic glazing and curtain wall sealing. Ideally suited for sealing glass, aluminum, small aquariums, tanks and window frames.
Do not use for structural glazing.
Should not be applied to surfaces to be painted.
Silicone Glass Sealant
We offers high quality Silicone Glass Sealants (general purpose -gp), which are well known for their quality and availability. These silicone glass sealant (general purpose -gp) are find applications in number of industries. Low modulus silicone sealant with excellent tensile adhesion for sealing and bonding. It offers good weather ability unaffected by sunlight, rain, snow and UV lighting.
Tips for Using a Silicone Sealant on Glass
• Ensure you tape both sides of the gap before applying the product. This ensures a neat finish and makes it easier to clean up.
• The depth of the sealant should be no more than 10mm in joints. To fill larger joints use a suitable backing rod (such as closed cell polyethylene foam or similar), leaving the gap depth no larger than half the width of the joint.
• When first applying product, extrude a small amount onto a piece of scrap material to ensure a smooth continuous flow of silicone sealant.
• Remove the tape before the silicone sealant skins.
• For a better finish complete painting prior to use of the sealant as it can not be painted over.
• For a better finish use a spatula dipped in mineral turpetine or detergent and water to tool off the sealant.
Insulating Glass Sealant
Insulating Glass Sealant, find applications in many industries such as automobile industry, packaging industries etc. The key materials include rubber and other high molecular raw materials, plus a suitable proportion of filler, adhesive agent, softeners, anti-aging agents, and reinforcing agents mixed in. It can be made and processed by following customers' requirements for different shapes, weights, and colors.
1) Adhesion: excellent to glass, aluminum, stainless steel and galvanized steel
2) Very low water vapor permeability
3) Good aging resistance
• Uncured product may irritate eyes. If in eyes, flood the eyes for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice.
• Avoid contact with skin, if contact occurs, wipe off immediately and wash with detergent. It may irritate sensitive skin.
• Avoid breathing in vapors.
• Ensure you use a well ventilated area as product releases acetic acid while curing.
• Keep away from children.