Heat Shieldings Heat-resistant adhesive tube  up to 1100 °C Thermofix® - 70ml
Heat-resistant adhesive tube up to 1100 °C Thermofix® - 70ml
Heat Shieldings

Heat-resistant adhesive tube up to 1100 °C Thermofix® - 70ml


Thermofix® adhesive resistant to extremely high temperatures and therefore very suitable to apply insulation or seals directly to the heat source.

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Product description
Heat-resistant adhesive up to 1100 ° C - 70ml


Thermofix® is a ready for use glue used for sealing and fixing. Its formula containing alkaline silicates
and mineral components provides a temperature resistance up to 1100°C / 2000 F

Thermofix® has a good adherence on the fibrous products, metals, refractories and on any kind of
building material, that is why it can be used for:

  • The fixing of packings (ceramic fibre, glass fibres, Ecomab fibres);
  • The fixing of refractory products on metal parts subjected to the high temperatures;
  • The joining of sheets, sleeves and other refractory products.
  • The assembly of refractory bricks in furnaces and heating appliances.

Technical characteristics
Form : consistent paste, non running
Colour : beige
PH : 11,5 ± 1,0
Viscosity Brookfield RVT-D : 1700 ± 500 Pa.s (to 1 tr/min and 20°C)
Density : 1,81 ± 0,05
Dry extract : 72.5 ± 2 %
Maximum granulometry of the loads lower than 100 microns
Fireproof (does not release any fume)

Product information
Brand Heat Shieldings
Article code TFL0070
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