Silicone High Temp

Heat resistant silicone sealant.

Silicone High Temp

What is it?

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What does it do?

Suitable for:

Suitable for joining and sealing joints, seams and cracks in places where high heat resistance is required. Adheres very well to glass, enamel, tiles, glazed ceramics and smooth metals. Particularly suited for joining and sealing oven and microwave windows, edges around (ceramic) hot plates, heating ducts, flues, heat screens for the fireplace (also suitable in its fluid form for automotive applications).

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Getting started

Before use:

Working conditions

Only apply at temperatures between +5°C and +40°C.

Surface requirements

Ensure that joints are clean, dry and free of dust, rust and grease. Absorbent substrates and synthetics should be 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.

During use:

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 sealant evenly and slowly into the joint. Immediately smooth with a finger and soapy water. For bonding, join the parts within 5 minutes. After approx. 5 minutes, a surface skin will form. Bison High Temp reaches its high heat resistance after fully curing. The curing can be accelerated by heating the sealant to a maximum of 150°C.

Points of attention

Silicone hardens under the influence of humidity. Contact with humidity is therefore absolutely necessary during curing.

After use:

Stains/residue

Immediately remove stains with white spirit. Cured sealant can only be removed mechanically.

Storage conditions

Store in properly sealed packaging in a dry place at between +5°C and +25°C.

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