Sabatack 750 Marine Caulk MS Polymer Sealant
Sabatack 750 Marine-Grade Caulk is a high performance, humidity curing MS Polymer sealant used for when extreme sealing and bonding with high tensile strength is required. This world renowned marine sealant is very easy to apply using a standard caulking gun and is ideal for sealing seams, overlaps, and joints often found in transportation industries including: specialty vehicles and coachwork, construction, marine, ventilation and air conditioning, electro-technology, equipment assembly, metal and tin processing, plastics technology, civil & environmental engineering and building & construction.
This innovative Sabatack Marine MS Polymer replaces traditional silicone sealants, offering vastly improved water resistance in a more environmentally friendly formulation. Sabatack 750 rapidly seals and bonds, is paintable wet-on-wet, solvent-free, free of isocyanates, and silicones!
Why Choose Sabatack 750 Marine Caulk MS Polymer?
✔ Extremely water resistant
✔ High temperature resistance
✔ Paintable wet-on-wet
✔ Hardly any shrinkage
✔ No blistering
✔ Near odorless
✔ Contains no isocyanates or silicones
✔ Great adhesion without primer
✔ Fast drying
Sabatak MS polymer caulk has multiple certifications, to ensure high standards. It is certified for maritime use according to DNV GL shipping, declared suitable for use in the the food sector for the production of refrigerated vehicles, and Wheelmark certified for adherence to strict fire and safety requirements.
Sabatack 750 MS Polymer Sealant Technical Data:
- Chemical Base: MS-Polymer
- Solids Content: 100%
- Skin Time: 10 Minutes
- Open Time: 12 Minutes
- Cure Rate: 3mm/24 hours
- Hardness: (Shore A) 55 Tensile Strength 3.6 N/mm2
- Elongation at Break: 240%
- Sheer Strength: 1.7 N/mm2
Sabatack 750 MS Polymer Sealant Temperature Data:
- Working Temperature: min. +5°C (41°F) to max. +35°C (95°F)
- Storage Temperature: min. +5°C (41°F) to max. +25°C (35°F)
- Temperature Resistance: min. -40°C (-40°F) to max. +120°C (248°F)
- Short Temperature Resistance: max. +180°C (356°F) for 30 minutes