SS601 Neutral Silicone Sealant
SS601 Neutral Silicone Sealant is a universal construction silicone sealant. It overcomes the disadvantages of acetoxy cure silicone sealant such as unpleasant odor, corrosion to metal and coated glass. SS601 can substitutes acetoxy cure silicone sealant for sealing joints and has more widely application.
- SS601 belongs to RTV-1. Good extrusion and thixotropy between 4℃~+40℃. Easy to use;
- Neutral curing, non-corrosive to metal, coated glass, concrete, marble, granite etc.
- Release low-molecular-weight alcohol and no unpleasant odor during cure.
- Excellent resistance to weather, UV, ozone, water;
- Remains flexible over a temperature range of -58°F(-50°C) to 302°F(150°C);
- Excellent adhesion to most common building materials, and it has no use for finishes.
- Good compatibility with other neutral silicone sealants.
- Glazing for all type door and window;
- As a secondary edge adhesive sealant;
- Sealing in aluminum curtain wall joints. Sealing in glass curtain wall joints;
- Sealing for metal structural engineering joints;
- Many other uses.
||Black, gray, white
|Tack free time(23°C/73°F, 50% RH)
|Flow, Sag or Slump
||0.1 inches max
|Durometer Hardness, Shore A
|Joint Movement Capability
|Specifications: Typical property data values should not be used as specifications. Assistance with specifications are available by contactingFoshan Gaojian Chemical Industry CO., LTD.
SS601 Neutral Silicone Sealant meets or exceeds the requirements of the following specifications for one-part sealants.
- C920;Type S, Grade NS, Class 20, Use NT, A, G, M, O
SS601 Neutral Silicone Sealant is available in black, gray, white or other colors on request.
SS601 Neutral Silicone Sealant is available in 10.1 fl. oz. (300 ml) plastic caulking cartridges.
SS601 Neutral Silicone Sealant should not be used, applied or is not recommended:
- In structural glazing applications or where the sealant is intended as an adhesive.
- In areas where abrasion and physical abuse are encountered.
- In totally confined spaces as the sealant requires atmospheric moisture for cure.
- On frost-laden or damp surfaces
- To building materials that bleed oils, plasticizers or solvents – materials such as impregnated wood, oil-based caulks, green or partially vulcanized rubber gaskets or tapes.
- In below-grade applications.
- On concrete and cement substrates.
- On substrates made of polypropylene, polyethylene, polycarbonate and polytetrafluoroethylene.
- Where movement capability greater than±20% is required.
- Where painting of the sealant is required, as the paint film may crack and peel
- For structural adhesion on bare metals or surfaces subject to corrosion (i.e., mill aluminum, bare steel, etc.)
- To surfaces in contact with food
- For use underwater or in other applications where the product will be in continuous contact with water.