GE Silicone Sealant SCS1200 Black

SKU: 19398
Stock: In Stock
$39.25  Inc. GST
Description

Aquarium grade silicone safe for fish - with appropriate curing time. 

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GE SCS1200 Silicone is a one-part building and glazing acetic cure silicone sealant that cures to a tough, flexible rubber through the moisture cure process.

Is non toxic to fish when fully cured (one week).

It is 100% silicone with exceptional strength and a fast cure time, making it perfect for butt joint, structural, and general glazing.
SCS1200 silicone is proven in protective glazing applications and in adding stiffening elements to glass and building panels.

It forms a seal that will not crack, shrink, or separate, and it has a long-term resistance to extreme temperatures and UV radiation.

Features:

  • High-strength, acetoxy-cure silicone
  • 100% silicone
  • Exceptional strength and fast cure time
  • Ideal for butt joint, structural, and general glazing
  • Proven in protective glazing applications
  • Adds stiffening elements to glass and building panels

Benefits:

  • Creates a permanent watertight bond
  • Adheres to a variety of surfaces
  • Easy to apply
  • Durable
  • Long-lasting

Clear 1201
Black 1203

Technical Data:
It meets or exceeds the following specification standards: Federal Specifications TT-S-001543A Class A (COM-NBS) for silicone building sealants, and TT-S-00230C Class A (COM-NBS) for one component building sealants; ASTM C-920, Type S, Grade NS, Class 25, Use NT, G, A and O; CAN/CGSB-19.13-M87. USDA, FDA, NSF Status.

Contents of Cartridge:
300ml (10.1 fl.oz.)

Shelf Life:        
18 months

Important Notes:
Should not be applied: to concrete, marble, limestone, lead surfaces, zinc coated (galvanized) metal and copper; to surfaces with special reflective or protective coatings, such as mirrors; in assemblies where two-part silicone sealed insulating glass or two-part structural glazing sealants have been used; in structural glazing applications; to surfaces which will be painted; in totally confined spaces; When used in remedial work, all old sealant must be removed.