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    Rutland Pre-Mixed Chimney Sweep High-Temp Furnace Cement - 16 Ounce Tub

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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: FSC16
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-FSC16
    UPC: 00022624016366

    Features

    • Perfect for repairing and resetting furnaces, wood or coal stoves, fireplaces, and flues
    • Effectively bonds and seals metal-to-metal joints
    • Heavy-bodied consistency
    • Provides a durable filling for gaps between masonry and metal
    • Creates an airtight seal in flue and chimney joints
    • Can withstand temperatures up to 2,700 F once heat cured
    • Meets or exceeds ASTM C 199 pier test; pyrometric cone of 16/17 PCE
    • Pre-mixed for convenient application
    • Properties:
      • Solvent: water
      • Cement Type: silicate
      • Consistency: thick sandy paste
      • Air Dry Time: 4 to 24 hours
      • Heat Cure Temperature: 500 F
      • Coverage: one gallon covers approximately 10 to 11 sq. ft. with a 1/8" thickness
      • Color: gray
    If you regularly repair furnaces, this pre-mixed chimney cement is helpful for creating lasting bonds and sealing joints. The heavy consistency helps to create a durable solution to gaps between masonwork and metalwork in your chimney. This unique blend of ingredients is able to withstand heat up to 2700 degrees, and it can dry in as little as 4 hours. The gray color blends in with most fireplace walls, and the easy to apply cement from Rutland allows you to quickly and easily repair and improve heating appliances.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    5 Questions & 5 Answers
    Kathy
    from Fredericksburg, VA asked:
    October 9, 2016
    We need to replace a rusted out cast iron chimney cleanout door. We intend to replace the damaged door with an identical door, but need furnace cement to adhere it to the masonry of the chimney. This is on the exterior of our home, so the cement needs to be appropriate for outdoor use. The fireplace has a wood burning insert, so the cleanout door is actually not needed/used. I'm not sure how hot the area would get for full curing to take place. Is this an acceptable product? Some products say whether it is intended for indoor use only, but I haven't seen any that specifically list they are appropriate for outdoor/exterior use.
    1 Answers
    This product is water soluble and would not be ideal for your application. A much better product will be the Rutland Castable Refractory Fireplace Cement - 25 Pound Tub.
    Will M.
    on October 10, 2016

    Lynn
    from Indianapolis, IN asked:
    May 18, 2015
    I used this Rutland Pre-Mixed chimney sweep furnace cement to repair a crack in my wood fireplace insert. I am not sure how I should go about heating it to 500 degrees to cure it. Do I just build a small fire?
    1 Answers
    I would recommend building a fairly small and contained fire to reach 500 degrees and also to avoid discoloring of the cement. Unfortunately, this is not an exact process.
    Will M.
    on May 19, 2015

    Canida
    from Memphis, TN asked:
    May 19, 2014
    I need to cement my furnace flute to my chimney. Will the furnace cement do the job?
    1 Answers
    You can indeed utilize furnace cement to seal and pack the area around the vent pipe as it passes through your chimney thimble. The product should be cured by heat after the initial 24 hour dry time has been achieved.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 19, 2014

    Toby
    from Spokane, WA asked:
    March 18, 2013
    I just had my fireplace cleaned. They recommended using a Rutland product to repair the back panel. Would you be able to recommend the right product?
    1 Answers
    Yes, you may want to use the Rutland Masonry Fireplace Patch.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on March 18, 2013

    Dr. Spence
    from Monongahela, PA asked:
    May 12, 2012
    I have a neat, old-fashioned gas heater in my house that has six bricks. Will Rutland Pre-Mixed Chimney Sweet High-Temp Furnace Cement fix one of the ceramic bricks that broke? Or what would you suggest?
    1 Answers
    You can indeed use this product to repair damaged bricks and hearthstones. However, it may be more economical to replace just the broken brick that you have or to use a new brick set. We may carry a replacement, however I will need to know the exact dimensions of the broken brick. Please advise at your convenience.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 14, 2012

    Customer Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
    By Steve Perry from INVERNESS FL on March 3, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Little Thick
    This furnace cement is a little too thick, but adding some water fixes this problem. I used this cement on fire brick on my wood stove. So far, I haven?t had any problems with it.
    By David Henderson from Mountain Home AR on July 21, 2009
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Great For Patching
    I needed to patch up a few holes in the heating panel in the back of my wood stove and found this product. The container is good for several applications and is easy to use and clean up.
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