APP’s Silicone Sealant is used to keep corrosion causing contaminants out of your piping system. It is used with our ProTek Pipe Shoe in combination with stainless steel bands. The one-part silicone sealant has a paste-like consistency and is easy to use, simplifying the ProTek Pipe Shoe installation process for you.
Silicone Sealant Diagram
APP’s silicone is simple to use, translucent and has a paste-like consistency.
APP’s silicone provides a sealant bead for our ProTek Pipe Shoe (pictured here) to ensure that corrosion causing contaminants do not build up between the pipe and the pipe shoe.
Silicone Sealant Specifications
|Silicone Sealant Specification
|Manufacturer Spec||Momentive IS808|
|Tack-Free time||25 minutes|
|Hardness||23 Shore A|
|Tensile Strength||300 psi|
|Shear Adhesion||150 psi|
|Peel Adhesion||37 psi|
|Installation||Run a silicone bead around the upper edge of the pipe shoe where the pipe and pipe shoe meet.|
|Custom Manufacturing||Other sizes of silicone sealant bottles may be purchased. Inquire with the sales team if you have particular specifications or needs.|
|Standard Sizes||10.1 fl. Oz.|
|Pricing||Build a quote to see pricing on all of our standard products|
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How are ProTek Composite Pipe Shoes installed?
Our ProTek Pipe Shoes are installed using 3 heavy duty stainless steel bands to secure the pipe and our SL-100 silicone sealant to ensure an air tight seal between the pipe shoe and the pipe. Since this is an elevated pipe support, it can easily be insulated after installation or can remain uninsulated if the line is at ambient temperature.