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GOMASTIT 2001 310ml BEIGE

€ 9.22 *
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Elastic MS-Hybrid Polymer sealant for inner and outdoor areas

Adheres excellently on smooth or porous substrates

Very low-emission

Universally usable

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Gomastit 2001 is a very low-emission, universally usable, elastic MS-Hybrid Polymer sealant for inner and outdoor areas.

Adheres excellently on smooth or porous substrates.

  • Compatible with paints
  • Simple processing
  • High elasticity, good mechanical strength
  • Long open time
  • Free of solvents, isocyanates and silicones
  • Odourless
  • Non-corrosive on surfaces
  • Vibration absorbing
  • Very wide adhesion range
  • Very suitable for Minergie-ECO

Suitable for connection joints, movement and fassade joints in building construction on concrete, bricking, stucco, wood, metal and several plastics.

 

Suitable materials are metals, powder-coated, varnished, galvanised, anodised, chromed or hot zinc dipped surfaces, various plastics, ceramics, concrete and wood.

Due to the large variety of different plastics and compositions as well as materials which are susceptible cracks, preliminary tests are recommended.

Not suitable for natural stone work, for use on deck strips of copper and window sealings.

Meets the standards:

  • EMICODE EC1Plus R
  • Eurofins IAC Gold
  • ISEGA (food production area)
  • ISO 11600-F20-LM
  • eco-bau 1st priority ECO-BKP

Shore-A-hardness, DIN 53505     24

Modulus elongation at 100%, DIN 53504 S2  ca. 0.5 N/mm²

Elongation at break, DIN 53504 S2 ca. 500%

Elastic recovery, DIN EN ISO 7389,               ≥ 60%
at elongation of 60%

Tensile strength, DIN 53504 S2 ca. 0.7 N/mm²

Movement capability 25%

Consistency, DIN EN ISO 7390 Stable, ≤ 3 mm

Tooling time max. 15 min.

Curing rate after 24h ≥ 2.0 mm

Curing rate after 48h ≥ 3.0 mm

Density 1.53 ± 0.05 g/cm³

Volume change, DIN EN ISO 10563 ≤ 3%

Temperature resistance after curing - 40 °C to + 90 °C

Application temperature + 5 °C to + 40 °C

All measurements were performed under normal conditions (23°C and 50% relative humidity).