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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING JOINT FILLERS WATERPROOFING WATERSTOPS ROOFING TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX 343 Technical Data Sheet V 1.0 30-08-13 Proseries Adhesive + Sealant FC Polyurethane Joint Sealant Description Selleys Proseries Adhesive + Sealant is an FC grade polyurethane that is tough, fast curing and permanently elastic for flexible bonding and sealing. It has excellent adhesive and sealing properties, is weatherproof, sandable, paintable and suitable for indoor & outdoor applications. It is available as a 600mL sausage and 300ml cartridge in a range of colours. Uses  Trafficable joints in pavers, timber, concrete or tiles  Sealing joints under waterproofing membranes  Perimeter seals around windows and doors  Floor mouldings and door sills  Weatherproofing joints between brickwork, masonry, wood concrete or metal frames.  Joints in walls, balconies, around window or door frames.  Ventilation ducts, roofing, gutters and spouts  Sealing duct, pipe & other penetrations in walls or floors  Fastened/riveted lap joints, flanges, crimped and interlocking surfaces. Features/Advantages  Fast cure grade polyurethane  Excellent resistance to aging and weathering  Non sag  Permanent elasticity  No shrinkage during curing  Excellent adhesion on common building materials such as concrete, masonry, brick, ceramic tile, metals, soft wood, hardwood and some plastics Instructions for Use/Application Instructions The following should only be used as a guide and the installer should apply all Australian Standards, BCA/NZBC requirements, and best practices when installing.  Surface must be clean, dry and free from oil, grease, release agents, dust and loose material.  Install backing rod to correct depth apply masking tape as required.  Cut the end of the sausage/cartridge and insert into a Selleys sausage gun or cartridge gun.  Extrude sealant into the joint such that it is in full contact with the sides of the joint. Avoid overlapping of sealant to eliminate entrapment of air.  Smooth sealant with spatula forcing the sealant into the joint for better contact with the sides.  Painting with water based paints is possible after curing. If solvent based paints are used; prime first with water based primer. Priming Proseries Adhesive + Sealant generally has good adhesion properties without priming to common building materials indicated. For some plastics and pre painted surfaces; priming may be required and a Pre-test to ensure suitable adhesion is recommended. Joint & sealant dimensions The optimum width to depth ratio for expansion joint sealing is 2:1. Minimum joint width and depth is 6mm. For joint widths up to 12mm, use a width to depth ratio of 1:1 For joint widths greater than 12mm, use a width to depth ratio of 2:1 www.selleystrade.com.au Page 1 of 3


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