BOSS - 02684GY10 - 368 Butyl Rubber Sealant, 10.3 oz., Grey

Item Number: BOSS36803  MFR Part Number: 02684GY10

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Butyl Rubber Sealant, 10.3 oz., Grey
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Boss® 368 Butyl Rubber Sealant Is A One Component Skinning Product For Sealing Standing Seam Roofs and Side Walls. Provides Excellent Adhesion To Metal, Asphalt, Wood and Masonry Substrates.

Uses:

  • Seals Standing Seam Roofs
  • Seals Side Walls
  • Seals Gutters and Downspouts
  • Filling and Caulking Joints In Heating and Air Conditioning Ducts
  • Excellent Sealant For Sealing Joints In Sheet Metal
  • Compatible with and Suitable For Use On Polyurethane Foam and Extruded Polystyrene


Specifications
Weight1.01 Pounds (Lb)
Width2 Inches (In)
Height11 Inches (In)
Country of OriginUSA
Hazardous MaterialNo
EPA Cert RequiredNo
Length2 Inches (In)
BrandBOSS®
Service Temperature-60°F to 200°F (-51.1°C to 93.3°C)
SolventNo
Application Temperature-35°F to 140°F (-37.2°C to 60°C)
Dry Time25 Minutes
Flash Point40° C to 60° C (solvent)
Shelf Life1 Year from the date of shipment
Storage Temperature>90°F (32.2°C)
UV ResistantNo
ApplicationOne Component Skinning Sealant For Filling And Caulking Joints In Heating And Air Conditioning Ducts.
ApprovalsASTM-E-90, ASTM-E-84, FDA Regulation, food additives, sub-part F, sub-paragraph 175.105 being composed of ingredients acceptable for packing and transporting food, meets or exceeds TT-S- 001657, TT-C-1796A, Type I, Class A.
BaseButyl
ColorGray
CompositionButyl Rubber
For Use Withmetal, asphalt, wood and masonry substrates
FunctionsSealant
Size10.3 Ounce
StandardsNSF Standard 51, UL Recognized, FDA/USDA requirements for use in establishments operating under Federal Meat and Poultry Inspection Program, TT-S-001543A, TT-S-00230C, ASTM C-920-86
Temperature Range-60°F to 200°F (-51.1°C to 93.3°C)
TypeHVAC/R
ViscosityVaries
UL ListedNo
UL RecognizedNo
Item Height (cm)27.94
Item Width (cm)0.9072
Items Weight (kg)0.4581
Item Length (cm)0.9072
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