Hand-applied non-setting butyl glazing compound.
Bead glazing of single glass into primed timber or steel frames. Not suitable for putty fronting.
Application temperature range: +5°C to +30°C Shelf life: 3 months when stored in original containers in cool, dry conditions. Skinning time: Skin forms after approximately 4-7 days, dependent on thickness, ambient temperature and humidity. Working time: Over 8 hours.
Remove all dust, grease and loose material from the rebate. Any moisture on the timber should be wiped off using a clean paper towel or other absorbent material to give a dry surface. Check the condition of the primer or stain on the frame, especially the rebate and glazing surface of the beads. Any section which has been partially missed or is considerably weathered should be reprimed or stained before glazing. The use of Hodgson Timber Sealer is essential to assist proper performance of Butyl 66. Timber Sealer must be applied to all rebate and bead surfaces which will come into contact with Butyl 66. Coat these surfaces and allow to dry before glazing. For further information and detailed instructions on Hodgson Glazing Method B5, please refer to our Technical Library on our Website, where full details of this system and Glazing Method B1 can be obtained.
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