Sanitary silicone neutral sealant
High quality one-component silicone sealant with a neutral curing system is used for household, renovation and construction works. Contains special antiseptic additives to prevent mould and fungoid growth.
Ideal for rooms with high humidity: bathrooms, showers, kitchens, glazing, etc. It is used for sealing joints around bathtubs, sinks and swimming pools; for sealing joints when installing sanitary equipment, waterproofing surfaces, sealing joints between tiles.
Has high operating characteristics: forms a strong durable joint; after curing it retains its deformation flexibility of up to ±25%; does not accumulate dust; it is resistant to most detergents and cleaning agents, UV radiation, atmosphere and temperature changes and almost all aggressive agents. Fast coated with a film. Thixotropic, does not flow or drip down the joint.
- Prevents mould.
- Excellent adhesion to concrete, plaster, enamelled surfaces, glass, non-ferrous metals, wood and other construction materials.
- Chemically neutral, non-corrosive.
- Skin formation time is 15-30 minutes. Curing rate – 2 mm per day (at 23 °C and 50 % humidity).
- Has a wide operating temperature range: from –40°C to +120°C.
- A cartridge covers 20-22 running meters with a roll diameter of 4 mm.
Transparent KSK-130, White KSK-131
Store in tightly closed original packaging at temperatures from +5°C to +25°C in a dry place. During transportation, freezing down to -20°C is allowed for a total duration of not more than 30 days.
How to use
- It’s recommended to apply the product at an ambient temperature from +5°C to +40°C. The temperature of the sealant should be +20°C… +25°C.
- Apply the sealant to clean, degreased surfaces.
- Protect surfaces with masking tape to ensure an accurate application.
- Cut off the tip of the cartridge above the screw thread, screw on the nozzle, unscrew the nozzle cap and cut off the nozzle diagonally (at an angle of 45°) according to the diameter of the joint width.
- Use a cartridge-operated gun for application. When stopping work or changing a cartridge, loose the gun handle and pull the piston back.
- Smooth down the sealant in the joint with a wet putty knife or a soap-water-moistened finger. Remove the masking tape immediately after smoothing.
- Remove the sealant from tools and surfaces using a solvent (spirit, white spirit, or acetone) before the sealant has cured.
- Remove cured sealant using mechanical methods.
Note! Do not apply to aquariums and underwater seals. Do not paint!