Professional Manufacturer for SV-800 General purpose MS sealant to Cannes Manufacturer
Description General purpose and low modulus MSALL sealant is a high quality, single component, paintable, anti-polluting neutral modified sealant based on silane-modified polyether polymers. The product does not contain solvents, no pollution to the environment, while most of the building materials, without primer, can produce superior adhesion. Product Features 〔1〕 environmental protection products: no solvent, no PVC, no isocyanate, non-toxic, tasteless, non-polluting, fast curing;...
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General purpose and low modulus MSALL sealant is a high quality, single component, paintable, anti-polluting neutral modified sealant based on silane-modified polyether polymers. The product does not contain solvents, no pollution to the environment, while most of the building materials, without primer, can produce superior adhesion.
〔1〕 environmental protection products: no solvent, no PVC, no isocyanate, non-toxic, tasteless, non-polluting, fast curing;
 surface coating: compatible with most industrial paint, dry surface can be painted, so does not affect the curing speed;
 easy to use: excellent thixotropy and extrusion, for a wide temperature range.
〔4〕 good adhesion: the stone, aluminum, ceramics and cement components, and most of the building materials with excellent adhesion properties; no pollution of the porous material.
 excellent weather resistance, aging performance, superior tensile and compression resilience;
 neutral curing, stone, cement and other non-corrosive building materials, to overcome the common silicone rubber easy to contaminate the shortcomings of the substrate.
General purpose and low modulus MSALL sealant Suitable for use:
 construction of housing and other areas of bonding and sealing;
 fixed panel, frame, window sill installation, suitable for a variety of building materials such as paint metal, glass, wood, concrete, stone, masonry and other ordinary seal;
 seam and ceiling seal;
 water pipes, roof gutter and other seals;
 activity room, container seal;
 interior decoration seal;
 mildew – suitable for kitchen and toilet applications;
〔8〕 the floor system of bonding, especially for housing renovation when the laying of tiles;
 on the porous material or smooth, moist surface has a strong adhesive force.
 Please note: MSALL sealant is not suitable for glass inlay use; for the prefabricated concrete displacement joint seal recommended supporting the use of Jiang special primer.
Technical data sheet
|Test standard||Test project||Unit||value|
|GB13477||Flow, sagging or vertical flow||mm||0|
|GB13477||surface drying time（25℃，50%R.H.）||min||45-60|
|Sealant curing speed and operating time will have different with different temperatures and temperature, high temperature and high humidity can make sealant curing speed faster, rather low temperature and low humidity are slower.
14days after curing——25℃，50%R.H.
|GB13477||Durometer Hardness||Shore A||22-28|
|GB13477||The ultimate tensile strength||Mpa||1.0|
|GB13477||elongation at break||%||550|
White, black, grey
300ml plastic cartridges
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REMOVING A CRACKED GLASS BLOCK FOR REPLACEMENT.
Never done this before, so it’s an experiment – try at your own risk!
(Use proper eye, face, ear, hand… protection. This creates thousands of sharp glass pieces.)
(1) I drilled the mortar around the cracked block I was removing with a 2 mm bit (1/8″) at about 1 cm (half inch) intervals. First step in weakening the attachment to the surrounding blocks / wall.
(2) Then chiseled lightly between drilled holes to remove the cement. Glass expands when it breaks, so this step was to give the block expansion room so it would not expand and crack the surrounding blocks and tiles when I break it.
(3) Chiseled inward towards the center of the block I was removing, away from the things I wanted to protect. If the chisel wants to wedge or stick in cracks you are making, you’re driving it in too far and the glass blocks will likely break.
(4) Prepared the hole by removing old mortar to receive the new block.
(5) Swept up 4 times (and am still finding broken glass!)
Taping over the block would have helped contain the glass shards.