|1000ML ACRYLIC T120
PACK £65.00 + VAT
|APPLICATION - T120 requires 100°C temperature source to cure. To repairing porous metal castings subject to deep seated contamination from years of service; only 'Internal Pressure Impregnation' with T120 is able to purge and clear such contamination sufficient to secure permanent placement of the impregnant. Read more...|
|APPLICATION - T120 requires 100°C temperature source to cure. 'Batch Vacuum Impregnation' is the industries standard and that which is generally offered by contract impregnation shops. As a standard requirement, components to be sealed are required to be virgin clean, contamination free. It is an entirely different matter when it comes to repairing porous metal castings subject to deep seated contamination from years of service; only 'Internal Pressure Impregnation' with T120 is able to purge and clear such contamination sufficient to secure permanent placement of the impregnant. Read more...|
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Acrylic Monomer C120 has the unique properties of being undiluted whilst matching the viscosity of water. Simply, where water goes, so can C120. Its anaerobic properties benefit from curing in the absence of air. The result is is a positive plug within the substrate, away for UV light. A partnership is formed where the substrate protects whilst being sealed.
C120 can fill ans seal the largest voids as free flowing retainment fillers are first added to the void that provides the necessary capillary attraction the impregnant needs. Where appropriate to do so is to use ground up host material in order to match coefficent of expansion. An excellent source of fillers is shot blast grit in particularly silica. The addition of such fillers is a special feature of C120 as it also assists to minimise if not eliminate polymer shrinkage associated with large deposits of impregnant, a major problem noted with traditional sealants. A further benefit derived from the use of fillers is the elimination of trapped standing water, allowing voids open to the surface to be filled in.
This alone will minimise the risk of frost damage, a primary cause of structural decay.
For further infomation on Concrete Frost Damage please refer to the BRE Building Research Centre, Watford - Reference: FROST DAMAGE RECOVERY 06.08.2013. Research and testing of X-Seal as a treatment for concrete Prepared for: Mr Peter Young Managing
Director X-Seal Technology Ltd. 27th July 2013 Client report number 278-997v2.0 x-seal2014\bre\bre\ frost damage extract 06.08.13 cdr©
Seek n’ Seal is a two pack cold cure anaerobic acrylic sealant with a viscosity to mimic water, designed to seeking out and seal permanently unwanted, often inaccessible structural cavities that would otherwise harbour or allow undesirable liquid entrapment.
Seek n’ Seal impregnant can also consolidate and encapsulate against metal corrosion and weather/pedestrian erosion. Surplus surface contamination of impregnant simply evaporates leaving no trace.
Seek n’ Seal, requires no preparation, is odourless, non hazardous, low cost, no need for dismantling and providing weather proofing within 10 minutes of application. No need to tent (external applications), durable and permanent on curing. Seasoned decorative ﬁnishes remain unaffected.
Seek n’ Seal will starve the treated surface of moisture retention, thus removing risk for lichen and vegetation.
wood ● metal ● carbon fibre ● plastic ● masonry ● glass ● ceramics ● composites cloth ● tissue ● cotton wool ● anything absorbent!
This beautifully modelled sailing dingy, crafted down to the finest detail, was produced by a renowned national dingy champion. X-Seal Acrylic-C120 was chosen and used to glue the silver mainsail into a prepared slot in the mast and boom. As quoted by the artist; ‘it was the only strong adhesive on the market that left no clue’.