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Butyl 66 Glazing Compound

Butyl 66 Glazing Compound

Butyl 66 Uses

  • Hand-applied non-setting butyl glazing compound for bead glazing
  • For use as part of a bead glazing system for installing sealed units and single glass into timber frames
  • Suitable also for bedding glass into steel frames



Butyl 66 Key Features

  • Suitable for internal and external use
  • Easy to apply and finish
  • Can be overpainted
  • Good long-term performance
  • Conforms fully to all relevant industry standards for installing sealed units into timber or steel frames

Butyl 66 Glazing Compound Properties


Application temperature range:

+5°C to +30°C


Shelf life:

3 months


Skinning time:

Skin forms after approximately 4-7 days, dependent on thickness, ambient temperature and humidity.


Working time:

Over 8 hours

Butyl 66 Glazing Compound Technical

Product Data Sheets

Butyl 66


Safety Data Sheets

Silfix U7


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