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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX 344 Notes:  Wider joints can accommodate more total movement than narrow joints.  Always install suitable diameter backing-rod (polyethylene or polyurethane foam rod) in joints to control sealant depth and ensure free movement of sealant in joints.  Sealant must adhere to sides of the joints only and NOT to the back, so that it is free to stretch. Estimation of lineal coverage per Adhesive + Sealant sausage Joint Width (mm) Joint Depth (mm) Litre per lineal meter Meters of Coverage 6 6 0.036 16.7 8 8 0.064 9.4 10 10 0.100 6 12 12 0.140 4.2 14 7 0.098 6.3 16 8 0.128 4.7 18 9 0.162 3.7 20 10 0.200 3 22 11 0.242 2.5 24 12 0.288 2.1 26 13 0.338 1.8 28 14 0.392 1.5 30 15 0.450 1.3 40 20 0.800 0.8 Technical Data/Properties Contact Selleys before using this data for the setting of specifications. Property Typical Result Colour Grey, Black, White Density 1.40 Technology Polyurethane Application Temperature 5 – 350C Shelf Life 12 months Shore A Hardness (DIN 53505) 35-40 Joint Movement Capability +/-12.5% Tack free time 70 minutes (230C/50%RH) Cure Time 2-3mm/24 hours (230C/50%RH) Elongation at Break (DIN 53504) 400% Elastic Modulus @ 100% (DIN 52455) 0.7N/mm2 Tensile Strength (DIN 53504) 1.5N/mm2 Elastic Recovery (DIN EN 27389) 80% Service Temperature -200C - +800C VOC 65 g/L www.selleystrade.com.au Page 2 of 3


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