Sikaflex 1A is a premium-grade, high-performance, moisture-cured, aingle component, polyurethane-based, non-sag elastomeric professional grade sealant.
This one part sealant is highly elastic, curing to a durable, flexible consistency with high cut and tear resistance. It's excellent adhesive properties let 1A bond to most construction materials without priming. A strong track record of resisting aging and weathering in demanding climates, resistance to fuel (including jet fuel) permeation, and compatibility with water, oil, and rubber based paints make this odorless, non staining adhesive a popular choice in construction applications.
Sikaflex 1A meets Federal specification TT-S-00230C, Type II, Class A as well as ASTM C-920, Type S, Grade NS, Class 25, use T, NT, O, M, G, I; Canadian standard CAN/CGSB 19.13-M87.
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Eliminates time, effort, and equipment for mixing, filling cartridges, pre-heating or thawing, and cleaning of equipment
Fast tack-free and final cure times
NSF Registered, meets 1998 USDA guidelines
NSF Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for potable water contact
Urethane-based; suggested by EPA for radon reduction
Capable of +/-35% joint movement
Sikaflex 1A is designed for joints where maximum depth of sealant will not exceed 1/2 inch. This makes it ideal for for small joints and fillets, windows, door frames, reglets, flashing, common roofing detail applications, and many construction adhesive applications.
It's suitable for vertical and horizontal joints; readily placeable at 40F.
Use as an elastic adhesive between materials with dissimilar coefficients of expansion. It is also suitable for submerged conditions, such as canal and reservoir joints.
Is this a good product to use on copper roofing and flashings, or is there a better SILICONE (not polyurethane) product
Need to Know
Yes, Sik 1A will work well.
is this product sold by the case? if so how much per case. what is the linear footage each tube covers?
They are sold by the tube 24 per case. $7.99/tube.A 1/4" x 1/4" bead will do 24 lin ft.
Sika don't keep over flowing when I stand it up
I used Sika self leveing on several expansoin joints and love it. The reason I'm really posting is because of the way I discoved the best way to set it aside if your going to be more then a few seconds. Maybe you already know this and I'm just finding out, but when i need to set the Sika aside for a few minutes or more, (Don't know how long you can do this, at lease 5mins that I know of) I release the preasure, stand it up in a bucket. it doesn't keep coming out oppose to laying it on it's side. It also saves money!
a bargain and appropriate for marine app
I used Sikaflex 1A to fill and seal 1/8" gaps between mahogany deck planks. A respected local Chris Craft restorer recommended it based on years of successful experience. It works the same way as all single part Urethane caulks, so it's messy and requires careful masking and application. The good news it is apparently the same formula as the marine designated caulks but it costs [$] a cartridge instead of $20. It comes in black, dark mahogany and one or two other colors.
Adheres well on concrete
I used on concrete cracks in my garage and it worked well keeping ground water out.Also used to gap on cement steps to wooden kick plate and worked better than any other previous products I have used.
Wow for Sikaflex
I used this on a cabin to fill some cracks. It was easy to use and fills nice.Very durable. The snow pack at the cabin can be 240 inches.
You should be selling a ton of this stuff in very wet Seattle. Every seam and joint seems to be leaking due to unseasonal rain and runoff. My builder had to search to help me find the product. Not sure if anyone local carries it.