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Super 3000 Smooth Troweling Cement - 55 Pound Container
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Super 3000 Smooth Troweling Cement - 55 Pound Container

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Fabrication Specialties
Fabrication Specialties Part Numbers: 29185
Item Number: CPF-29185

Features

  • Size: 55 Pounds
  • Pre-mixed
  • Shrink-resistant
  • Sodium silicate binder
  • Sets in one hour at 250F
  • Covers 4-6 sq ft per gallon
  • Smooth texture ideal for troweling
  • Cures grey to blend with masonry
  • Maximum application thickness of 1/4"
  • Provides secure masonry to masonry bond
  • Withstands temperatures from 0F to 3,000F
The Super 3000 Smooth Troweling Cement is an industry go-to for fireplace maintenance! This high-quality mortar features a smooth consistency that makes it ideal for troweling in thin layers. The pre-mixed formula includes a sodium silicate binder that simplifies the repair process by eliminating the need to dampen your brickwork as you apply the Super 3000 Cement. This cement cures with heat, 250 degrees for at least one hour, and withstands a wide temperature range without shrinking, cracking, or breaking down.

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Frank D. from asked:
Can this product be put on 1 in thick and still cure properly?
Can this product be put on 1 in thick and still cure properly?
Yes, but you would need to apply this in 1/4-inch increments and cure in between at approximately 250 degrees for each layer.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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William P. from Memphis, Tennessee asked:
What temp is required for this to set?
What temp is required for this to set?
Per the manufacturer, this cement should be heated to at least 250 degrees for a 1 hour time period to cure properly.
Answered by: Owen O.

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Hwa from Phila, pa asked:
Could this be used to cast/mold replacement logs for a propane gas fireplace for which no parts are made now?
Could this be used to cast/mold replacement logs for a propane gas fireplace for which no parts are made now?
Unfortunately, this would not be safe and the only option would be a complete replacement of the fireplace.
Answered by: Will M.

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Jeff N. from Hewitt, nj asked:
Can it be used outdoors to repair/seal 1/4 inch separation in the dome of a pizza oven? Will it adhere to the ceiling/roof of the oven?
Can it be used outdoors to repair/seal 1/4 inch separation in the dome of a pizza oven? Will it adhere to the ceiling/roof of the oven?
It can be used that way and will adhere in thinner layers. You will want to cure it process before using the oven normally.
Answered by: Owen O.

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