China wholesale SV-8890 Two-component Silicone Structural Glazing Sealant to Portugal Factories

China wholesale SV-8890 Two-component Silicone Structural Glazing Sealant to Portugal Factories
  • China wholesale SV-8890 Two-component Silicone Structural Glazing Sealant to Portugal FactoriesChina wholesale SV-8890 Two-component Silicone Structural Glazing Sealant to Portugal Factories

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Description SV8890 is neutral curing, designed for glass, stone, marble, granite, aluminum curtain wall and glass daylighting roof and metal structural engineering structural adhesive seal designed silicone sealant structure, excellent bonding performance of structure and the weathering resistance, after artificial accelerated weathering test, various physical and chemical properties have no obvious change in the sealant. When using, SV8890 with dedicated two-component glue machine constructi...


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Description

SV8890 is neutral curing, designed for glass, stone, marble, granite, aluminum curtain wall and glass daylighting roof and metal structural engineering structural adhesive seal designed silicone sealant structure, excellent bonding performance of structure and the weathering resistance, after artificial accelerated weathering test, various physical and chemical properties have no obvious change in the sealant. When using, SV8890 with dedicated two-component glue machine construction, two kinds of components in accordance with the provisions, mixing ratio after curing form elastomer.

 

Key Features

1. None sag

2. Adjustable working time

3. Excellent adhesion to most building substrates

4. High bonding strength and modulus

5.12.5%movement capability

6. Silicone durability

 

Basic Application

1.Glass, stone, marble, granite, aluminum curtain wall and glass daylighting roof and metal structural engineering structural adhesive seal;

2.Insulating Glass of the second seal

3.Many other building and industrial applications

 

Technical data sheet

Test project Unit value
Flow, sagging or vertical flow mm 0
Operating time min 20
surface drying time(25℃,50%R.H.) min 40-60
Durometer Hardness Shore A 20-60
At 23 ℃ maximum tensile strength elongation % ≥100
Tensile strength(23℃) Mpa 0.9
Tensile strength(90℃) Mpa 0.68
Tensile strength(-30℃) Mpa 0.68
Tensile strength(flooding) Mpa 0.68
Tensile strength(flooding – ultraviolet) Mpa 0.68
Bond damage area % 5
Thermal aging(thermal weight loss) % ≤5
Thermal aging(crack)   No
 Thermal aging(efflorescence)   No

 

Certification

GB 16776

 

Color

Component A(Base) – White, Component B(Catalyst)- Black

 

Package

1. Component A(Base): (190L), Component B(Catalyst) (18.5L)

2. Component A(Base):24.5kg (18L), Component B(Catalyst): 1.9kg (1.8L)

 

Shelf life

12 months

 

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