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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 347 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 Flexiseal 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, Off White Density 1.28 Technology Polyurethane Application Temperature 5 – 350C Shelf Life 12 months Shore A Hardness (DIN 53505) 30 Joint Movement Capability +/-25% Skin Time 40 minutes (230C/50%RH) Cure Time 2-3mm/24 hours (230C/50%RH) Elongation at Break (DIN 53504) >750% Elastic Modulus @ 100% (DIN 52455) 0.35N/mm2 Tensile Strength (DIN 53504) >1.0N/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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