Pioneer Elastoseal Clear

Non-corrosive. Neutral cure/low odor. Medium modulusExcellent adhesion to vinyl, wood, steel, aluminum, glass and plastic. VOC compliant. Permanently flexible

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Technical Info:

  • Color: Translucent
  • Sag/Slump: Nil
  • Tack free time: 15 minutes
  • Cure time @ 75°F (24°C) and 50% RH (3/8" thick): 24 hours
  • Extrusion rate: 390 g/min
  • Durometer, Shore A hardness: 23 points
  • Tensile Strength: 220 psi
  • Elongation: 500%

How to Use:

  1. Cut nozzle to desired size.
  2. Insert cartridge into caulking gun.
  3. Push sealant ahead for uniform bead size.
  4. Clean off excess sealant with solvent.

Note 1:

The cure progresses inward from the surface. The sealant forms a tack free skin at a minimum of 8 minutes at room temperature. Tooling is not practical after this skin begins forming and should be completed within 5-7 minutes from application, even though this may require alternate periods of applying and tooling.

Note 2:

Curing time is affected by:

Temperature and relative humidity: Higher temperatures and lower humidity can achieve faster curing.
Degree of confinement: Faster curing time with lower degree of confinement.
Cross-sectional thickness of the sealant: Curing time increases with the thickness of the sealant. A 1/8” section may cure in 24 hours but a 1/2” section may cure in 3-4 days.

Uses:

  • Seals colored and polycarbonate roofs
  • Exposed gutters
  • Bathroom fixtures
  • Gives surfaces a transparent finish   
  • Waterproofing and weatherproofing 

Features:

  • Non-corrosive
  • Neutral cure/low odor
  • Medium modulus
  • Excellent adhesion to vinyl, wood, steel, aluminum, glass and plastic
  • VOC compliant
  • Permanently flexible

Availability:

300 mL pouch