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TYTAN High Temp Sealant
TYTAN High Temp Sealant resists extreme heat of up to 600°F. It may be used to create an airtight seal and is flexible enough to resist mechanical vibrations and climate and construction movements. It should be applied in a temperature less than 104°F and is resistant to slumping, and shrinking. It has excellent elastic recovery and resists UV radiation and weathering. It provides a strong seal and bond to most non porous surfaces so you can be confident that it will remain sealed and secure in the most extreme conditions. With TYTAN High Temp Sealant you can Build with Confidence!
Surface area must be fully cured, dry, clean, and free of dust, oil, grease, debris, contaminants, or release agents that could interfere with proper adhesion. It is recommended to perform and evaluate preliminary adhesion and compatibility tests before use. For proper surface preparation techniques visit the “Try TYTAN” section of TYTAN.com.
Cut nozzle at 45° to desired bead size, insert in caulking gun and apply to desired area. Tool bead with moistened cloth and wipe off excess before it cures. For best results, tool immediately after applying for best adhesion and smooth finish before skinning occurs. Please see the technical specification for acceptable application temperatures and other technical information.
Remove Sealant off gun and all tools before it cures. Use typical solvents such as Mineral Spirits or lacquer thinner (ethyl acetate, acetone) and let dry to prevent any damage. Cured sealant can be removed with sharp tools, using caution.
Silicone rubber is an elastomeric material that is generally non-reactive, stable, and resistant to extreme environments and temperatures while still maintaining its useful properties. It is formulated with heat-resistant silicone and remains flexible for a longer period after curing.
It should not be subjected to continuous heat above 500°F and temporary heat above 600°F. It is not fireproof and will not withstand direct contact with a flame. It is not a waterproofing sealant but does require some atmospheric moisture for curing. It should not be applied in areas that are completely sealed off during the curing process. It should not be subjected to solvents. It may stain concrete, masonry, natural stone, or other sensitive materials. It shouldn’t be used on high traffic areas. It is not paintable.
Tool Time: 5 minutes
Tack Free Time: 5-15 minutes
Fully Cured: 4 days
Application Temperatures: 41°F-104°F
Working Temperature: -58°F-500°F
- Extreme Temperatures