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    Rutland Pre-Mixed Refractory Fireplace Cement - 1/2 Gallon Tub

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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: 610
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-610
    UPC: 022624006107


    • Ideal for setting, coating, and repairing firebrick
    • Seals air and gas leaks around coal or ash pit doors
    • Extremely effective sealant for masonry-to-masonry joints less than 1/4" thick
    • Can withstand up to 2,000 F once heat cured
    • Pre-mixed for convenient application
    • May be painted after drying
    • Meets ASTM E136-79 and E72
    • Adheres to masonry
    • Properties:
      • Solvent: water
      • Cement Type: sodium silicate
      • Consistency: trowelable paste
      • Tooling Time: 30 minutes
      • Dry Time: 24 hours
      • Heat Cure Time: 1 hour
      • Heat Cure Temperature: 500 F
      • Coverage: one gallon covers approximately forty-five 4.5" x 9" firebricks
      • Color: buff
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    This refractory cement by Rutland can be used to set, coat, or repair firebrick that has been damaged. It is an extremely effective sealant for masonry-to-masonry joints that are less than 1/4" thick and can also seal air and gas leaks around coal or ash pit doors. Once the cement is heat cured it will withstand temperatures up to 2000° F. The tub contains pre-mixed cement for convenient application. The cement may be painted after it is dry. This item is sodium silicate cement with a tooling time of 30 minutes and a dry time of 24 hours. The heat cure time and temperature is one hour at 500° F. One gallon covers approximately forty-five 4.5" x 9" firebricks.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    5 Questions & 5 Answers
    from Houston, TX asked:
    July 17, 2018
    What's the maximum time allowable between application and heat curing?
    1 Answer
    They would be no maximum time.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on July 18, 2018

    from Dothan, AL asked:
    January 17, 2018
    I have a fireplace insert (wood burning) that has small cracks in the refractory panels on the side but the bottom is completely crumbled. Can i replace the bottom panel with fire bricks and use furnace or refractory cement to set them and fix cracks in other panels.
    1 Answer
    The best choice would be if you use Hargrove DIY cut to fit panels
    Submitted by: eFireplaceStore.com on January 18, 2018

    from Wheaton, IL asked:
    March 23, 2015
    Can I use this product to coat a refractory panel in the back of my wood burning firebox?
    1 Answer
    This product can indeed be used as a thin coating to damaged refractory panels, although the difference in heat expansion between the product and the panel means that the solution may only be temporary. The product should be cured immediately after the initial drying period to ensure maximum hardness.
    Submitted by: eFireplaceStore on March 24, 2015

    from Woodbury, CT asked:
    September 30, 2013
    Is this the right product to patch solid stone/granite fireplace bases (with ash clean-out trap doors)?
    1 Answer
    This product can indeed be used for this type of application. However, I do recommend layering the product, as covering the indentation in a single 3/4 inch deep layer will likely yield the same results that you are experiencing now. Adding the product in a single 1/2 layer is acceptable, then adding a second layer when the first has had approximately 1 hour to begin setting is the best way to proceed.
    Submitted by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 1, 2013

    from Seattle, WA asked:
    July 12, 2012
    Can this be used to adhere firebricks to a concrete block fireplace?
    1 Answer
    This product can indeed be used to set and finish firebrick to a cement pad or block fireplace. Please keep in mind that the fireplace will need to be heat cured to at least 500 degrees, within a week of using this product.
    Submitted by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on July 12, 2012

    Customer Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
    By Brad from Amesbury, MA on October 21, 2017
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Solid Product
    More than I needed, but exactly the product I needed. Arrived on time.
    Great supporting documentation.

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