Clessetite Thread Sealant 50 ml

Clesse Clessetite Thread Sealant 50 ml

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Clessetite Thread Sealant 50 ml

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Product Description

Clessetite thread sealant is an anaerobic adhesive for sealing of metal thread pipe joints.  It is suitable for Gas, LP Gas, compressed air, gasoline, oil, industrial fluids, CFC, potable water and several chemicals.

Features include:-Low friction coefficient will assure easy assembly.

  • Thixotropic property prevents migration from thread of the sealant before or during curing.
  • Replaces P.T.F.E. tape and yarn.
  • Cured product provides elastic film.
  • Shocks and vibrations resistance are unaffected properties of sealing in the range of temperature from -55 to +150°C.
  • Easy dismantling is assured even after years.

Specification

Approvals for Natural Gas and LP Gas in vapour state.

Approved to EN751-1 by DIN-DVGW NG 5146AR0574 from –20° C to +150° C up to 2” pipe size.

Meets the pressure specification requirements of EN751-2 (part 1 is for Anaerobic substances Part 2 is for traditional jointing pastes)

Note: EN751 or in UK – BS EN 751 1997 is the Standard for sealing materials for metallic threaded joints in contact with 1st, 2nd and 3rd family gases and hot water

In three sections depending on the type used Part 1 Anaerobic, Part 2 for Non hardening jointing compounds and Part 3 PTFE Tape
Although Clessetite is an Anaerobic Part 1 it has many properties of Part 2 – Allowing joints to be dismountable without permanently locking the joint which is a requirement of Part 2 Non-hardening.
Pressure requirements are equal to or better than those required in Part 2 up to 20bar pressure.

Approvals for potable water.
BS6920:2000 by WRAS for use with cold and hot water (85°C) Note: allow assemblies to cure 24 hrs before potable water contacting. 

 

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