Hi-Temp Red Silicone

Hi-Temp Red Silicone

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A tough, rubbery solid when exposed to moisture in the air. Since it will not flow under its own weight, it can be applied on sidewall joints and surfaces or overhead without sagging, slumping or running off. It will adhere to clean metal, most types of non-oily wood, vulcanized silicone rubber, silicone resins, natural and synthetic fibers, ceramic, paper, as well as many painted and plastic surfaces.

Resistance to Temperatures Extremes-LMS100 Hi-Temp Red RTV 100% Silicone adhesive/sealant offers both extreme low and high temperature resistance properties. It remains flexible to -60 deg C(-75 deg F) and although modulus increases, does not become brittle. This product will also withstand high temperatures up to 232 deg C(450 deg F) during continuous operation, and up to 260 deg C(500 deg F) for short periods.

Weatherability-Hi-Temp RTV adhesive/sealant remains flexible to extreme temperatures. Because this material is 100% solid and contains no extenders or plasticizers, shrinkage due to weathering is negligible. Because of the chemical makeup, resistance to ultraviolet light and ozone is excellent.

Maintenance-If Hi-Temp Red RTV silicone sealant becomes damaged, replace damaged portion. Clean surfaces in damaged area, remove any residual sealant, and repair with fresh silicone sealant.

Chemical Resistance-LMS100 Hi-Temp Red RTV adhesive/sealant offers good resistance to most solvents and oils, organic and inorganic chemicals; however, it is not recommended for continuous use with gasoline or fuel oil. Swell or degradation may occur with these and certain other hydrocarbon materials. Chemical compatibility should be tested for each application considered.

As an industrial sealer and caulk:
Seal heating, ventilating, or air conditioning duct work, cracks or gaps around windows, vents, ducts, fixtures, lights, seal leaks in gutters, downspouts, ducts, piping, cracks in interior walls & ceilings, door joints fixtures, bathtubs and showers, seal out water from compartments in machinery and appliances, seal around freezer doors and windows to prevent frost and condensation from forming, seal electrical connections and boxes to waterproof, seal joints and cracks in the roofs and sides of truck trailers, joints in fiberglass or metal building panels or other structures, seal appliances, processing equipment, or storage areas to prevent loss or contamination of food or food products, stainless steel food service equipment, seal electrical controls, instruments, motors, fans and machinery to keep out dust, dirt and moisture, seal wall-floor and wall-ceiling seams
Make quick sheet metal patches
Caulk exterior flashing, skylights, glaze windows
Plug holes in fiberglass boat hulls and metal surfaces

For formed-in-place gaskets:
Make formed-in-place oil pan, pump, and electric motor gaskets, gaskets for gear boxes, machine covers, gauges, and thermostat housing to prevent oil or water leaks, gaskets for electrical control boxes and covers to seal out moisture, quick replacement gaskets, custom gaskets and seals for old or damaged motors, engines, pumps, power tools, machinery, gaskets and seals for rear axle assemblies, gaskets for aerospace applications
Form zero thickness gaskets to preserve crankshaft alignment in chainsaws
Form a seal between the steel channel and the bracket of a plating machine to prevent plating solution from getting on bolt threads, Seal covers of electrical and optical units to enclose, waterproof, and make dust-free

As a flexible adhesive:
Bond dissimilar materials, bond mirrors in place, Fasten glass to metal in electronic assemblies, mount fiberglass components such as golf cart bodies, attach signs to exterior walls, fasten & repair electrical insulation, adhere fabricated gaskets to machinery, anchor windows in freezer doors & industrial ovens, repair wood, rubber, leather and most plastics, fasten glass covers to meters and other equipment, cement boat trim, decorative moldings & name plates, use a resilient temperature compensating adhesive to small lens assemblies used high temperature, seal & secure dielectric shelves in microwave ovens

As a pipe and tank sealer:
Seal threads of plastic pipe to prevent leaks, make screw holes watertight and airtight, seal vacuum leaks in pipes and tanks, seal screws to prevent oil leaks and to repair stripped threads, lock threads and fasteners to prevent loosening from vibration, seal cracks in picking tanks to prevent escape of hydrochloric acid, seal threads of sink drains to prevent leakage of low concentration acid solutions

To weatherproof, protect, and insulate:
Make tractor and truck cabs leakproof, fill slots in lathe collets, insulate wires carrying high voltage, seal & waterproof cable connectors, motors, switches, windings and cover plates, repair or replace inadequate insulation between electrical contracts to prevent arching, use as potting compound for electric power supplies, strobes and lamps, seal holes where electrical wires run through walls, seal areas subjected to moisture, hot cooking oils and free steam

To control noise and vibration:
Use under motor mounts and on nuts and bolts to absorb vibration, seal fasteners against vibrations, dampen speaker vibration, make noise dampening pads, use to pot components on circuit boards to protect them from vibration, protect glass meter covers from vibration, seal the vibrator mechanism of electrostatic precipitators

Applying the Materials: Tack-Free Time:
LMS100 Blue RTV adhesive/sealant is supplied ready-to-use. The cure progresses inward from the surface. At conditions of at least 75 deg F(24 deg C) and 50% relative humidity, the sealant forms a tack-free skin within 20 minutes. Tooling is not practical after this skin begins forming, and should be completed within 5 to 10 minutes of application, even though this may require alternate periods of applying and tooling. If masking tape has been used to mark off an area, it should also be removed before the skin forms. Cure time is affected by relative humidity, degree of confinement, and cross-sectional thickness of the sealant. Sections up to 1/8 inch thick become rubbery solids in about 24 hours at room temperature at 20% relative humidity. Less moisture content reduces it slightly. In 72 hours, sections up to 1/8 inch thick cure to a rubber with a Shore A of 30.

When fully cured and washed 100% RTV sealants meet the requirements of FDA regulation No. 21 CFR 177.2600 (formerly 121.2562) subject to end use compliance with any applicable total extractives limitations. National Sanitation Foundation under the criteria C2 for direct food contact. Underwriter Laboratories for service to 302 deg F(150 deg C) where elongation is not essential. The requirements of Class A MIL-A-46106A Amend 2, Type 1 and for Federal Spec TT-S-001543A (COM-NBS) and Canadian 19-GP-9MA, TYPD. United States Department of Agriculture for use in federally inspected meat and poultry plants.

LMS100 holds a guarantee for the shelf life of our silicone product for a period of 12 months. This is only a guarantee for replacement or refund and does not extend beyond the 12 month limit. It is the user's responsibility to determine the suitability of the product for a specific purpose. The product should be tested by your company to determine if it is suitable.

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