Dymonic 100 tube Tremco is a durable, flexible sealant that offers excellent performance in moving joints and exhibits tenacious adhesion once fully cured. Typical applications for Dymonic 100 include expansion and control joints, precast concrete panel joints, perimeter caulking (windows, doors, and panels), aluminum, masonry and vinyl siding. Dymonic 100 is also an excellent choice as a fluid applied flashing material in rough opening perimeters for fenestration/window, door and curtain wall applications. Questions? Contact us!
Dymonic 100 typically adheres to common construction substrates without primers; anodized aluminum may require the use of primer. However, Tremco always recommends that a mock-up or field adhesion test be performed on the actual materials being used on the job to verify the need for a primer, proper cleaning and prep requirements. A description of the field adhesion test can be found in appendix X1 of ASTM C1193, Standard Guide for Use of Joint Sealants.
Where deemed necessary, use Vulkem Primer 191 Low-VOC on porous substrates and Tremprime Non-Porous Primer for metals or plastics.
Tremco Dymonic 100 tube is easy to apply with conventional caulking equipment. Ensure that the backer rod is fitted properly for friction and that any necessary primers have been applied.
Fill the joint completely with a proper width-to-depth ratio, and then tool to ensure intimate contact of sealant with joint substrates.
Dry tooling is always preferred, although compatible wetting agents can be used in limited amounts to slick the spatula if needed after an initial pass.
For a cleaner finish, mask the sides of the joint with tape prior to filling.
Surfaces must be sound and clean. All release agents, existing waterproofing, dust, loose mortar, paints, other finishes or field applied coating must be removed. This can be accomplished with a thorough wire brushing, grinding, sandblasting, or solvent washing, depending on the contamination.
Tremco recommends that surface temperatures be 40 ̊F (5 ̊C) or above at the time the sealant is applied. If sealant must be applied in temperatures below 40 ̊F, please refer to the Tremco Technical Bulletin for Applying Sealants in Cold Conditions