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Rutland Pre-Mixed Black Furnace Cement - 10.3 Ounce Cartridge

Rutland Pre-Mixed Black Furnace Cement - 10.3 Ounce Cartridge

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Rutland
Rutland Part Numbers: 64C
Item Number: RUT-64C
UPC: 022624003649

Features

  • Dry time of 1 hour
  • Entirely free of toxic fumes
  • Creates a smoke and air-tight seal
  • Pre-mixed for convenient application
  • Heat cure temperature of 500 degrees F
  • Suitable for use on cast iron, steel, and firebrick
  • Can withstand temperatures up to 2,000 degrees F
  • Covers approximately 99 linear feet with a 1/8" bead
  • Ideal for the installation and service of furnaces and oil burners
  • Effectively bonds 1/8" wide metal-to-metal and metal-to-masonry joints
Rutland presents the best all-purpose furnace cement adhesive that effectively creates metal-to-metal and metal-to-masonry joints that you can be assured is smoke tight, airtight and inviolable. This adhesive can withstand temperatures of up to 2,000F and can effectively cement 1/8" wide metal-to-metal and metal-to-masonry joints. Suitable for use on cast iron materials, steel and firebrick, this adhesive is toxic-fume free and able to conveniently fit in a standard caulking gun.

Note: This furnace cement contains sodium silicate. It should not be used without safety goggles and chemical-resistant gloves. Note: This furnace cement contains sodium silicate. It should not be used without safety goggles and chemical-resistant gloves.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Please Note: This cement contains sodium silicate. It should not be used without safety goggles and chemical-resistant gloves.

Customer Q&A with Product Specialists

Jeanne from Glen Cove New York asked:
Can Rutland furnace cement be used to attach an outdoor pipe to pipe for wood-burning stove?
Can Rutland furnace cement be used to attach an outdoor pipe to pipe for wood-burning stove?
Furnace cement is not designed for joining pieces of pipe together.
Answered by: Brian L.

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Dave from Denver, Colorado asked:
Can this be used to seal every joint of single wall wood burning stovepipe? Should it be applied before sections are slipped and screwed together or after?
Can this be used to seal every joint of single wall wood burning stovepipe? Should it be applied before sections are slipped and screwed together or after?
This can indeed be used for that purpose and could be applied after the pipes have been slipped and screwed together. 
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Bruce B. from Putnam, IL asked:
How long does it take to properly cure once the 500* has been reached?
How long does it take to properly cure once the 500* has been reached?
It is recommended that it cures for one hour.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Geoff from Squamish BC asked:
How long can I wait to heat cure the cement? Can it wait a week or maybe two weeks?
How long can I wait to heat cure the cement? Can it wait a week or maybe two weeks?
It is always recommended to cure the product as soon as possible after the application, as this ensures maximum durability.
Answered by: Chris C.

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