Stoveseal, a finely-ground putty for patching and repairing fire-bricks, fireplaces, solid fuel ovens, ranges, boilers and around register plates, remaining flexible until cured. Stoveseal fire sealant provides a high temperature, rigid fire resistant seal around pipework and flues in fireplaces, boilers, solid fuel burners and central heating systems.
- Ready to use and ready mixed
- High temperature sealant
- Bonds and seals a wide range of materials
- For general fire protection
- Flue pipe protection sleeves also available
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Patch and repair fire-bricks, fireplaces, solid fuel ovens, ranges, boilers and around register plates using Envirograf Stoveseal, a ready-mixed, ready-to-use, finely-ground putty substance that remains flexible until cured. Stoveseal fire sealant provides a high temperature rigid seal around pipework and flues in fireplaces, boilers, solid fuel burners and central heating systems, for general fire protection.
Use the fireproof sealant to bond and seal a wide range of materials such as:
- Silicate (glass) fibre
Important - Stoveseal will not bond plastics materials, particularly where flexing may occur. Not to be used in permanent contact with water.
FL Protection Sleeve - for flue pipes
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For maximum adhesion, remove all dirt, dust and rust and ensure that the area of application is clean.
Cut off the cartridge seal and screw nozzle onto cartridge. Cut the nozzle to the required bead size. Apply the adhesive from the cartridge, forcing it onto the area to be sealed, then immediately tool it down to ensure good adhesion. Complete tooling within 5-10 minutes.
When bonding materials, apply a bead of adhesive to one surface and immediately combine the two parts, applying pressure to ensure good surface contact.
Application equipment should be cleaned with warm water after use.
It is necessary to fully dry the product before subjecting to temperatures above 100°C to prevent gassing and likely failure or the seal/bond. Allow to air dry for 36-48 hours, after which gentle heat can be applied.
The dried product can be removed with boiling water.
- Density: 1.75-1.85g/cm3
- Flash Point: does not support combustion
- pH: 13
- Application Temperature Range: 5°C to 40°C
- Service Temperature Range: -20°C to 1250°C (starts to soften at 1200°C; melts at 1300°C)
- Slump Resistance: Excellent. Soft highly thixotropic paste.
- Initial Drying: Skins within 5 minutes (20°C and 65% RH)
- Through drying: Approx. 5mm/day (20°C and 65% RH)
- Oxidation resistance: Excellent
- Acid Resistance: Excellent (except for hydrofluoric acid)
- Colour: natural (buff) other colours available on request.
- Coverage: 45m for a 3mm diameter bead for a 310ml cartridge
For more information about this product's details, Test Data and Test Results included in manufacturer attachments, please contact our Technical Support team on 0113 245 5450, or send us a message here.
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