Product News: Adhesives & Sealants

Sealant suits high-temperature casings and manifolds.

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December 8, 2005 - Formulated by combining high-temperature resin with ceramic fibers and powders, Pyro-Putty(TM) 950 is used as gasketing compound for boilers, compressors, heat exchangers, furnaces, ovens, and exhaust manifolds up to 950°F. Product is resistant to chemical and steam attack, high pressure and vacuum atmospheres, and mechanical vibration and joint movement. Offered in 11 oz caulk gun cartridge, sealant cures in service, or before service by heating joint without pressure.

Aremco Products, Inc.

707 Executive Blvd., Unit, Valley Cottage, NY, 10989, USA

Original Press Release

New Pyro-Putty 950 Seals High Temperature Casings & Manifolds

Press release date: December 2, 2005

SUMMARY Pyro-Putty(TM) 950, a new high temperature sealant developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used as a gasketing compound for high temperature components such as boilers, compressors, heat exchangers, furnaces, ovens, exhaust manifolds, and turbines for service conditions to 950°F (510ºC).

FEATURES Pyro-Putty(TM) 950 is an advanced sealant system that is formulated by combining a unique high temperature resin with various ceramic fibers and powders. Pyro-Putty(TM) 950 is used in applications to 950°F and above and is ideal for use as a replacement for gaskets and to repair rough, scored or irregular surfaces. Pyro-Putty(TM) 950 is resistant to chemical and steam attack, high pressure and vacuum atmospheres, and mechanical vibration and joint movement. It is extremely durable in steam, chemicals, pressure and heat.

TYPICAL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS o Gas and Steam Turbines o Piping and Ducting Boilers and Compressors o Valve Packing in Steam Valves o Heat Exchangers, Pumps and Blowers o Flexible Pipe Joints o Exhaust Flanges on Motors and Turbines

Pyro-Putty(TM) 950 is typically offered in an 11-ounce caulk gun cartridge. It cures in service into a tough, pliable material, or it can be cured before service by heating the joint without pressure to 400°F for 1 hour or 225 oF for 4-6 hours. For more information about this advanced, high temperature sealant, please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Group.

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