15 Years Factory SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers

15 Years Factory
 SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers
  • 15 Years Factory
 SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers15 Years Factory
 SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers
  • 15 Years Factory
 SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers15 Years Factory
 SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers

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Description SV-311  is a one component polyurethane high modulus flexible sealant formulated as reliable bonding adhesive and joint sealant for construction industry, particularly where a higher modulus and lower movement capacity are required for joints with low or medium movement, e.g. connection joints between floor/stairs and wall, connection joints between floor and machinery, seam sealing / sealing of pipe ducts / ventilation systems, multipurpose joints in metal and wood construction w...


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Innovation, quality and reliability are the core values of our company. These principles today more than ever form the basis of our success as an internationally active mid-size company for 15 Years Factory SV-311 Polyurethane Sealant for Construction to Slovak Republic Manufacturers, we are looking forward to even greater cooperation with overseas customers based on mutual benefits. Please feel free to contact us for more detail


Description

SV-311  is a one component polyurethane high modulus flexible sealant formulated as reliable bonding adhesive and joint sealant for construction industry, particularly where a higher modulus and lower movement capacity are required for joints with low or medium movement, e.g. connection joints between floor/stairs and wall, connection joints between floor and machinery, seam sealing / sealing of pipe ducts / ventilation systems, multipurpose joints in metal and wood construction work.

 

Key Features

1. Non-sag consistency 

2. Excellent adhesion to most common building materials

3. High tear strength 

4. High tensile strength

5. Less fluid migration to porous material

 

Technical data sheet
Test standard Test project Unit value
GB13477 density g/m³ 1.20±0.1
GB13477 Flow, sagging or vertical flow mm 0
GB13477 surface drying time(25℃,50%R.H.) min 30
  Curing speed mm/24h 3
GB13477 Durometer Hardness Shore A 25-35
GB13477 100% tensile strength Mpa ≤0.4
GB13477 The elastic recovery rate % 80
  Maximum seam width mm 35
  Minimum seam width mm 8

Color

White, black, grey

 

Package

300ml plastic cartridges and 600ml in sausage

 

Shelf life

9 months 

 

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