Supex GP Silicone Sealant
GP Silicone sealant, Supex 200, is an one part acetoxy cure GP Silicone sealant. It is suitable for general construction sealing and bonding applications. This product will adhere to clean metal, glass, many types of wood, silicone resins, vulcanized silicone rubber, ceramics and plastic surfaces. Ease of use, one-part sealant, no mixing required. Good weatherability – virtually unaffected by sunlight, rain, ozone, and temperature extremes. Long life reliability, cured sealant stays rubbery from –50°C to 150°C without tearing, cracking, drying out, or becoming brittle. Check our more sealant products here
- Cure: Acetic
- Specific gravity: 0.95
- Extrusion: 700 ml/min
- Tack free time: 10-15 minutes
- Shore A Hardness: 15
- Elongation: 400%
- Tensile Strength: 0.8 Mpa
Uses of GP Silicone sealant Supex 200 GP
Supex 200 GP silicone sealant is ideally suited for sealing, glass, windows, shopfront, aluminium joints, showcases, bus body building and automobiles.
- Building- and construction joints’
- Glazing and connection joints
- elastic joints in coldstore and container applications
- Sealing in air condition systems
- General sealing for automotive applications.
Type: all usual surfaces, except PVC, PE, PP, PTFE and bituminous surfaces
State of Surface: clean, dry, free of dust and grease
Preparation: apply Primer for applications on porous surfaces – no primer required for non porous surfaces.
We recommend a preliminary compatibility test.
- Not to be used in aquariums.
- Do not use for structural glazing.
- Not recommended for use in below ground joints or where abrasion and physical abuse are encountered.
- Do not apply to surfaces that require painting or to masonry substrates such as concrete, marble, limestone, and brick.
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How to use Silcone sealant
Make sure the joint design is correct. Proper joint design minimizes stresses on the sealant. Clean the joint surface on both new and old jobs. Surfaces must
be clean, dry, and sound. Use masking tape where bead lines of exact shapes are required. Masking tape should be removed immediately after a bead is completed before a skin begins to form. Apply sealant to dry, clean surfaces. An air-operated or hand operated cartridge gun may be used. Do not break cartridge seal until just before use. Surfaces should be dried before the sealant is applied. Uncured sealant can be cleaned from tools using commercial solvent. Tool joint, if required, and remove masking tape. Tool immediately after sealant is applied and before a skin begins to form. Do not use soap or oil as a tool aid. Remove masking tape immediately after tooling is completed
cartridge 260ml, 280ml
Colour: clear, white, black, grey
Shelf life and storage:
12 months from date of manufacturing in unopened packaging stored in a cool and dry place at recommended temperatures between +5°C and +25° C.
Health- and Safety Recommendation:
Apply the usual industrial hygiene. Consult the label for more information.