What is it?
- (Sea)water resistant
- Permanently elastic
- UV and all-weather resistant
- Mould resistant
- Excellent bonding on all surfaces
- Chemical resistant
- Easy to apply
- Resistant to temperatures between -50°C and +120°C
What does it do?
Suitable for sealing joints, seams and cracks in all kinds of applications. Suitable for sealings in sanitary and construction applications, for example in the house, glass construction, display case construction, car, boat and caravan. Also suitable for bonding and sealing clear glass, display cases and display windows. Adheres to almost all materials. Not suitable for bitumen, polyethylene, polypropylene, PTFE and aquariums.
Only apply at temperatures between +5°C and +40°C.
The surface should be dry, clean and free of dust and grease. Synthetics should first be roughened and/or pre-treated with Bison Silicone Primer.
Preliminary surface treatment
For a good result, cover the joint’s edges with masking tape. If necessary, prevent three-sided bonding by filling the joint with a foam backer rod or PE film.
Handling of packaging
Screw the cap from the tube and pierce the tube membrane with the point at the top of the cap in a twisting movement. Screw synthetic nozzle onto the tube and then cut diagonally.
Directions for use
Inject the sealant evenly into the joint, then within 10 minutes tool with a putty knife or other tool, moistened with a soap solution. Curing: 3 mm in 24 hours, 5 mm in 3 days. Tip: By applying masking tape along the joints completely smooth seams are achieved, remove the tape immediately after tooling.
Points of attention
Silicone hardens under the influence of humidity. Contact with humidity is therefore absolutely necessary during curing. Always consider a joint of at least 6 mm wide. By applying masking tape along the joints completely smooth seams are achieved, remove the tape immediately after smoothing.
Immediately remove stains with white spirit. Cured sealant can only be removed mechanically.
Store in properly sealed packaging in a dry place at between +5°C and +25°C.