Part Number: 610
eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-610
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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.
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