High Performance Silicone Weatherproofing Sealant Class 50 for
GB1098 High Performance Silicone Weatherproofing Sealant is
specially designed for:
Weather seal for the high-rise curtain walls and skyscrapers.
Weather seal for the large-sized metal and glass panel curtain
walls, spider systems.
Weather seal of other construction joints with higher movement or
with higher safety requirement.
TYPICAL PROPERTIES (These values are not intended for preparing specifications.)
|GB/T 13477 (ISO 7390)||Slump||mm|
|GB/T 13477 (ISO 8394)||Extrusion rate||ml/min.||≥80||696|
|GB/T 13477 (ASTM D2377)||Tack free time||h||≤3||1.5|
|GB/T 13477 (ISO7389)||Extension recovery||%||≥70||89|
|GB/T 13477 (ISO 8339)||Modulus at|
|GB 16776 (ASTM C 792)||Heat aging|
|GB/T 13477||Adhesion at fixed stretch||No failure||No failure|
|GB/T 13477||Adhesion after heat contract and cold extension||No failure||No failure|
|GB/T 13477||Adhesion after UV-water exposure||No failure||No failure|
*GB: Chinese National Standard
ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials
ISO: International Standardization Organization
STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE
GB1098 should be stored in original unopened containers. It has a
shelf life of 12 months from the date of manufacture.
GB1098 should not be applied:
To the materials that bleed oils , plasticizers or solvents, such
as impregnated wood, oil-based caulks.
In totally confined spaces as sealant requires atmospheric moisture
To frost laden or damp surfaces.
For continuous water immersion.
When surface temperature below 4℃ or over 50℃.
To porous substrates such as stone, concrete before confirmation
Install back-up materials or joint fillers, setting blocks, spacer
shims, and tapes. Mask areas adjacent to joints to ensure neat
sealant lines. Primer is generally not required for non-porous
surfaces, but may be necessary for optimal seal performance of
certain porous surfaces. So adhesion test is always recommended.
Apply GB 1098 in a continuous operation using dispensing guns.
Before a skin forms, tool the sealant with light pressure to spread
the sealant against the backing materials and joint surfaces.
Remove masking tape as soon as the bead is tooled.