China Wholesale for SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant to Paraguay Factory

China Wholesale for
 SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant to Paraguay Factory
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 SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant to Paraguay FactoryChina Wholesale for
 SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant to Paraguay Factory
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 SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant to Paraguay FactoryChina Wholesale for
 SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant to Paraguay Factory

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Description SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant is a one-component, low modulus, neutral curing adhesive. For most of the stone, ceramic and cement components, can produce excellent adhesion   Key Features (1) easy to use: can be used at any time out; (2) excellent thixotropy and extrusion, at any temperature (-40 ℃ to 100 ℃) can be extruded; (3) good adhesion, the stone, ceramics and cement components and other building materials with excellent adhesion properties; no poll...


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Description

SV-GT2000 High-speed rail subway silicone sealant is a one-component, low modulus, neutral curing adhesive. For most of the stone, ceramic and cement components, can produce excellent adhesion

 

Key Features

(1) easy to use: can be used at any time out;

(2) excellent thixotropy and extrusion, at any temperature (-40 ℃ to 100 ℃) can be extruded;

(3) good adhesion, the stone, ceramics and cement components and other building materials with excellent adhesion properties; no pollution of the porous material;

(4) excellent weather resistance, aging performance, excellent tensile and compression resilience, can carry ± 30% displacement capacity;

(5) neutral curing, stone, cement and other building materials without corrosive, to overcome the shortcomings of acid corrosion material.

(6) base modulus: passive deformation occurs when the role of moderate stress on the concrete substrate to ensure that the concrete surface is not destroyed;

(7) high elasticity high recovery capacity: can be repeated from the seams with the movement, fast response fast response, permanent deformation of small.

 

Basic Application

1.For high-speed rail track, airport runway, highway irrigation joints sealed, can withstand large displacement;

2.Can also be used for other concrete pavement sealing, subway engineering, tunnels, bridges and other projects sealed.

 

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Unit value
surface drying time(25℃,50%R.H.) min ≤60
Sagging(70℃) vertical mm ≤3
Horizontal mm 0
Mass loss rate / ≤5%
Elastic recovery rate / ≥80%
100% tensile strength 23℃ MPa ≤0.3
-20℃ MPa ≤0.3
tensile strength 23℃ MPa ≥1.0
-20℃ MPa ≤2.0
168 h after thermal aging (80 ℃) MPa ≥0.8
168 h after alkali treatment MPa ≥0.8
Breaking elongation 23℃ / ≥800%
-20℃ / ≥600%
168 h after thermal aging (80 ℃) / ≥600%
168 h after alkali treatment / ≥600%
Bond strength 23℃ / No damaging
-20℃ / No damaging
168 h after thermal aging (80 ℃) / No damaging
96 h after immersion / No damaging
         

 

 

Color

Black, White, Gray

 

Package

300ml in cartridge * 24 per box, 590ml in sausage *20 per box

 

Shelf life

12 months

 

Note

If you want the TDS or MSDS or other details, please contact with our sales person.

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