Sikaflex® 2C SL w/o Colour Pak, 5.7L Unit

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Sikaflex® 2c SL is a two-component, premium-grade, polyurethane-based, elastomeric sealant. It is principally a chemical cure in a self-leveling consistency. It is intended for use in all properly designed working joints with a minimum depth of 1/4". It is ideal for horizontal applications as well as submerged conditions. It adheres to most substrates commonly found in construction.
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  • PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
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  • HOW TO APPLY
• Intended for use in all properly designed working joints with a minimum depth of 1/4 in • Ideal for vertical and horizontal applications • Can be applied at temperatures as low as 4°C (39°F) • Adheres to most substrates commonly found in construction • An effective sealant for use in Exterior Insulation Finish Systems (EIFS) • Submerged environments, such as canal and reservoir joints •
Recommended application temperatures: 40°-100°F. Pre-conditioned sealant to approximately 70°F is necessary when working at extremes. For best performance, Sikaflex® SelfLeveling Sealant should be poured into joint when joint slot is at mid-point of its designed expansion and contraction. Pour sealant into joint slot in one direction and allow sealant to flow and level out as necessary. Tool as required, although minimum tooling is necessary. Joint dimension should allow for ¼ inch minimum and ½ inch maximum thickness for sealant. Proper design is 2:1 width to depth ratio. Always use bond breaker tape or closed cell backer rod for support on horizontal joints.
Joint wall surfaces must be clean, sound, and frost-free. Joint walls must be free of oils, grease, curing compound residues, and any other foreign matter that might prevent bond. Ideally this should be accomplished by mechanical means. A roughened surface will also enhance bond. Bond breaker tape or backer rod must be used in bottom of joint to prevent bond. Priming is typically not necessary. Most substrates only require priming if sealant will be subjected to water immersion after cure. Testing should be done, however, on questionable substrates, to determine if priming is needed. Consult Technical Service or Sikaflex Primer Technical Data Sheet for additional information on priming.