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    IPC Pre-Mixed Furnace Cement - 1 Gallon Container

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    • Effective multi-purpose furnace cement
    • Securely bonds metal to metal, metal to masonry, and masonry to masonry
    • Able to withstand temperatures up to 3,000 F without sagging, cracking, crumbling, or shrinking
    • Seals resist heat, vapor, and steam
    • Can be applied in temperatures down to 0 F
    • Pre-mixed for convenient application
    • Smooth and creamy consistency
    • Gray color blends in with surroundings
    • Maximum application thickness of 1/4"
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: ComStar International
    Part Number: 40370C
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-29810
    UPC: 024924403709

    Features

    • Effective multi-purpose furnace cement
    • Securely bonds metal to metal, metal to masonry, and masonry to masonry
    • Able to withstand temperatures up to 3,000 F without sagging, cracking, crumbling, or shrinking
    • Seals resist heat, vapor, and steam
    • Can be applied in temperatures down to 0 F
    • Pre-mixed for convenient application
    • Smooth and creamy consistency
    • Gray color blends in with surroundings
    • Maximum application thickness of 1/4"
    Properly installing a fireplace requires the use of furnace cement. This furnace cement from IPC is capable of securely bonding masonry to masonry, metal to metal, and metal to masonry. This special cement formulation is capable of withstanding temperatures of up to 3000 degrees Fahrenheit without breaking down. The cement comes pre-mixed to ensure the proper consistency, so you can concentrate on installing the fireplace properly. The consistency is smooth enough to make application simple and headache free.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    6 Questions & 6 Answers
    Luke
    from FL asked:
    May 19, 2015
    I am making a small, propane forge and I was wondering if this IPC Pre-Mixed furnace cement would work for the refractory material. The forge will be like a coffee can style forge. Also, are there any other materials that I should look into purchasing?
    1 Answers
    The homemade forges that I have seen that match this description use a combination of kaowool and a solid refractory shelf. You could use this High-Density Yellow Firebrick for a shelf in this type of design. If the design will differ, please provide details or a drawing so that I may look into the proper product for your homemade forge.
    Will M.
    on May 19, 2015

    Stephen
    from NC asked:
    May 9, 2015
    What is the drying time per inch depth of this IPC pre-mixed furnace cement?
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, the dry time for this cement is approximately 3-4 hours.
    Brennan W.
    on May 11, 2015

    Pete
    from IL asked:
    March 21, 2015
    I've read the directions on how to apply this furnace cement and they state to first spread a thin film into the pores in order to prime the surface. Do I have to leave this thin layer to cure before putting on the top layer or can I immediately apply the top layer over the priming one? Does it even matter?
    1 Answers
    As long as the initial priming layer is given approximately 15 minutes to form a good bond to the masonry surface, the amount of time you wait to begin the next layer will not matter.
    eFireplaceStore
    on March 23, 2015

    Paul
    from WI asked:
    March 10, 2015
    I'm looking to seal the small gap between my firebrick ends and the back steel wall of the firebox in order to keep moisture out from behind the firebrick on my wood furnace. Will this product do it? I'm basically looking to extend the life of the back plate of the wood furnace by keeping moisture, therefore rust out. If this is not the recommended product to do what I'm looking to do, what do you recommend?
    1 Answers
    If the patch you are installing is on the interior of the combustion chamber, then yes, this product would work just fine for you. If this is an exterior application, you might consider something like our Rutland Fireplace Patch.
    Kevin E.
    on March 10, 2015

    Terry
    from GA asked:
    August 25, 2014
    Is this the proper material for repairing masonry cracks in the chimney cap?
    1 Answers
    This product would do the job. However, our Rutland Fireplace Patch may be better suited to the job considering it's ability to effectively fill cover and fill irregular cracks.
    Kevin E.
    on August 25, 2014

    Dennis
    from Mission Viejo, CA asked:
    August 15, 2014
    Does it dry by itself, or does it need heat?
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, this product does not require heat to cure. The product will set up at any temperature above 0 degrees Fahrenheit, although warmer temperatures do make for faster drying.
    eFireplaceStore
    on August 15, 2014

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