Rubberized Cement Patch, 10.5 oz. Size, Black Color, Container Type: Tube
- Item # 4FJK4
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # KS0083300-01
- Catalog Page # 1616
- UNSPSC # 31201606
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- Item Rubberized Cement Patch
- Size 10.5 oz.
- Container Type Tube
- Color Black
- VOC 246g/L
- Flash Point 99 Degrees to 200 Degrees F
- Dry Time 4 to 6 hr.
- Dry Time Recoat Not Specified
- Dry Time Tack Free 4 to 6 hr.
- Traffic Hours Not Specified
- Begins to Harden Not Specified
- Setting Time Not Specified
- Functional Cure Not Specified
- Adheres To Composition Roofing, Asphalt Coated Built-Up Roofing, Clay Tile, Cement Tile, Metal, Asphalt, Concrete, APP and SBS Modified Bitumen, Spray Urethane Foam
- Application Displaces Water, Seals Leaks, Openings Around Flashing, Chimneys, Vents, Skylights, Joints, Gutters, Pipes
- Characteristics Cures to Form A High Strength Seamless Membrane, Which Seals ad Protects The Surface
- Yield Strength Not Specified
- Meets ASTM Class II, Type I, D2822-01
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Combustible Liquids
Item # 4FJK3KST COATINGS
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