Newly Arrival SV-313 Multipurpose Polyurethane Sealant for Philippines Manufacturer
Description SV-313 is one-component, room temperature curing polyurethane sealant with good adhesive property. It has many advantages such as high strength, good elasticity, aging resistant, vibration exhaustion resistant, low temperature resistant, paintable and convenient to use, etc. Where to use Bonding and sealing for the joints in automobiles, railway trains, refrigerator cars, containers, cold storages, ships, pipelines and buildings. Characteristic a. Fast curing under r...
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SV-313 is one-component, room temperature curing polyurethane sealant with good adhesive property. It has many advantages such as high strength, good elasticity, aging resistant, vibration exhaustion resistant, low temperature resistant, paintable and convenient to use, etc.
Where to use
Bonding and sealing for the joints in automobiles, railway trains, refrigerator cars, containers, cold storages, ships, pipelines and buildings.
a. Fast curing under room temperature , no sagging, solvent free
b. High adhesive strength, wide application range for base materials
c. Good chemical and water resistance
d. Excellent aging resistance
e. Excellent noise, vibration and impaction resistance
f. Good damp resistance and anti mildew
g. Paintable, abrasionable
|Appearance||Grey, White paste||Black past||By eyes|
|Hardness, Shore A||≥35||≥45||GB/T 531.1-2008|
|Sagging, mm||≤3.0||No||GB/T 13477.6-2002|
|Solid content, %||≥95||≥96||GB/T 2793-1995|
|Tack free time, Min||≤120||≤60||GB/T 13477.5-2002|
|Curing rate, mm/24h||≥3.0||≥3.0|
|Shear strength, Mpa||≥0.8||≥2.0||GB/T 7124-2008|
|Tensile strength, Mpa||≥1.5||≥2.5||GB/T 528-2009|
|Elongation at break,%||≥450||≥400||GB/T 528-2009|
|Tensile strength at 100%, Mpa||≥1.0||≥2.0||GB/T 528-2009|
|Tear strength, N/mm||≥5.0||≥5.0||GB/T 529-2009|
White, black, grey
300ml plastic cartridges and 600ml in sausage
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Earlier today I noticed some water on the floor near the kitchen sink so opened the unit and saw a bit of a leak from the main stopcock that controls flow of water from rising main into the house. Water was dripping from the gland seal. Unfortunately since this is the main way of turning off the water supply* I couldn’t isolate the actual stopcock which ironically is the isolating valve for the cold water supply. So as this was an emergency repair I had to use PTFE tape which is a product that everyone should have in their toolkit.
Anyway – to carry out emergency repair;
Turn off the stopcock and remove handle by unscrewing the cross-head screw in the end of shaft.
Loosen off the gland seal retainer collar. The leak will worsen so put some old rags around it to mop up spills.
Try to extract the old gland packing which is either rubber, fibre or leather. If the tap is in awkward place or the old seal is rock hard and too tight to remove, you then have to wrap several turns of PTFE tape around the shaft as near to the gland seal as possible.
Now using a flat screwdriver and carefully push the tape right down into the gland seal (or what’s left of it)
Now install the gland seal retainer collar and tighten it up.
Now turn on the stopcock or tap/faucet and check for leaks. Ideally the old seal/packing is removed first but in the real world that sometimes doesn’t happen. If there’s still no leaks after a few hours then chances are you’ve fixed the problem. This is a ‘temporary repair’ so ultimately you will have to fit a new stopcock/tap/valve at some point. A useful tip is to regularly cycle any water supply valves, taps etc fully open and closed to keep them from sticking open or shut. Do this twice a year. Taps tend to seize more when they are fully open so it’s good practice to open them fully then back them off half a turn so the internal valve seat isn’t hard against the end stops.
*If the main water supply stop valve is leaking you’ll either need a pipe freezing kit or hope there is a main water supply cut-off along with the water meter or supply from the mains water. Worth making a note of where the stopcocks and other valves are located on your property.