8-Chemie OTTOSEAL® S 110

Neutral silicone

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Neutral silicone

OTTOSEAL® S 110 - The premium neutral silicone. Characteristics: • Neutral-curing 1-component silicone sealant • Excellent weathering, ageing and UV- resistance • Excellent early resistance to stress • Highly abrasion-resistant and nonstreaky • Good compatibility with paints according to DIN 52452 (not paintable) • Tack-free surface • Excellent adhesion on many substrates, partly in combination with primer • Non-corrosive • Contains fungicides • Compatible with PVB-foils in laminated safety glass units • Stress expansion modulus at 100 % (DIN 53 504, S3A): 0,4 N/mm2. Fields of application: • Window pane sealing on wooden windows • Sealing of joints on windows and doors made of wood, metal and plastic • Sealing double-glazings (e. g. “Profilit”) • Expansion joints on prefabricated concrete and cellular concrete units • Sealing of joints on façades, metal constructions, terraces and balconies • Suitable for sealing glazing units made of laminated and tempered glass. Please contact our technical department for further information • Expansion joints in bathroom areas.

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Standards and tests
• Tested according to DIN 18545, part 2, resistance group E (ift Rosenheim, Germany)
• According to the requirements of DIN 18540-F
• According to the requirements of ISO 11600 G 25 LM
• Tested according to FCBA (CTBA) L 114 (suitability of sealants for window pane sealing on wooden windows)
• “Highly recommendable non-hazardous building product” according to building material list (TOXPROOF) of the TÜV Rheinland, Germany
• Conform to LEED® IEQ-credits 4.1 (Indoor Environmental Quality) adhesives and sealants
• Suitable for applications according to IVD instruction sheet no. 7+9+10+13+19-1+20+24+25+27 (IVD = German industry association sealants)
Additional useful information
The sealing of glass in wooden windows is subject to some important factors which are responsible for optimal sealing: The excellent early resistance to stress is important to avoid cracks in the sealant. These can arise if, for example, the seal is formed in direct sunlight and at an increased temperature and thereafter the temperature drops drastically, forcing the sealant to follow the movements of the substrate, although it is not yet completely cured. S 110 and S 120 develop a firm surface skin very quickly and can therefore follow the movements of the building after a very short time. 
Furthermore, it is extremely important that the sealant is compatible with the other building materials used for the wooden windows with which it comes into close contact with (e. g. lacquer paints/varnishes). These must not damage or modify the sealant (e. g. discolouring). Overpainting the sealant is not possible and, according to the relevant standards and guidelines, not even permitted for elastic jointing. Abrasion resistance must meet the requirements of DIN 18545 part 2. S 110 and S 120 meet the requirements of sealant group E. After smoothing the sealant, residual smoothing agent must be removed immediately; otherwise streaks can remain.
Prior to cleaning it for the first time the sealant must cure for at least three days to prevent the seal from being damaged. The surface of the sealant should be cleaned with a moist soft cloth using normal, commercial window cleaning agents.  

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