R-SL-UNI-EN Universal Silicone

Universal silicone - One-component, elastic sealant with acetate curing system.

Features and benefits

  • Highly and permanently elastic sealing properties, with excellent resistance to water, grease, acids and alkalis.
  • Very good adhesion to materials and substrates used commonly in construction: glass, tiles, ceramics and protected metals
  • Durable seal (completely resistant to weathering and UV radiation)

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    Base material

    • Glass


    • Protected metals  (aluminium, brass, copper,  steel, zinc-plated metal sheet)

      Protected metals  (aluminium, brass, copper,  steel, zinc-plated metal sheet)

    • Terracotta


    • Ceramics


    • Glaze


    • Protected wood

      Protected wood


    • For standard glazing applications, as well as hotboxes for gardening.
    • Sealing partition walls and window & door frames.
    • Do not use for fish tanks, mirrors, unprotected metals, natural stone or concrete.

    Installation guide

    Installation guide
    Installation guide
    Installation guide
    1. The surface, that silicone will be apllied on, should be clean, free of dust, grease, rust, remains of old seal and other substances that might weaken the cohesion.
    2. Prior to application of silicone protect edges with masking tape
    3. Cut the tip of the cartridge, leaving part of the thread. Screw the applicator on to the thread, then cut at the required angle to give an aperture width suited to the joint.
    4. Use manual or pneumatic gun applicator.
    5. Applied silicone may be smoothed with a spatula or similar tool. Moisten the spatula first in special wetting agent or detergent solution.
    6. The silicone hardens by reaction with moisture from the air, so ensure well-ventilated conditions.
    7. After completing the application, wipe tools with a paper towel and clean with solvent.


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