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Rutland Pre-Mixed Chimney Sweep High-Temp Furnace Cement - 1 Quart Tub - FSC32

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This is a 1 qt. tub Pre-Mixed Chimney Sweep Furnace Cement by Rutland. Repairing and resetting furnaces, wood or coal stoves, fireplaces and flues, this great all - purpose adhesive creates an airtight metal - to - metal as well as metal - to - masonry joints. This adhesive meets or exceeds ASTM C 199 pier test, pyrometric cone of 16/17 PCE, can withstand temperature of up to 2,700 degrees once it is heat cured, and is premixed for convenient application.
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
Manufacturer: Rutland
Part Number: FSC32

Rutland Pre-Mixed Chimney Sweep High-Temp Furnace Cement - 1 Quart Tub - FSC32
$24.95
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Glen
New Hampshire
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great. Fast Shipping - Very Satisfied
October 25, 2013
Replaced the firebrick in my wood stove. Easy to do. Cement easy to apply. Water soluble. Make sure you clean up any spills but its working great. Wished I had done it sooner