GE UltraGlaze AC SSG4000AC 20oz Sausage
GE UltraGlaze SSG4000 structural glazing adhesive is a high-strength, one-component neutral silicone cure elastomeric adhesive designed and tested for structurally glazed curtain wall applications. The material comes in a paste-form that cures into a flexible and durable silicone rubber when exposed to moisture in the atmosphere. Questions? Contact Us.
Sealants may not maintain or adhere long-term adhesion to substrates if the surface is not prepared and cleaned well before application of sealant. Using proper materials and following cleaning procedures and prescribed surface preparation is essential for sealant adhesion. Momentive Performance Materials can provide quality control information and suggestions to users upon request.
Method of Application:
UltraGlaze SSG4000 structural glazing adhesive can be distributed directly from foil sausage packs and cartridges or by using a bulk caulking gun in conjunction with a follower plate and 5 gallon pails. The sealant may also be dispensed from 55-gallon drums and 5-gallon pails with pumping equipment. Consult Momentive Performance Materials regarding suggested pumping equipment and information.
GE Ultraglaze accelerated cure rate allows strength and adhesion and to build quickly, aiding in expediting the fabrication process.
SSG4000AC UltraGlaze sealant forms a flexible and strong cushion between the frame and the glass with its 100% silicone based formula. Its accelerated cure profile aids in meeting production demands without strength compromisation. For curtain wall applications and in-shop or in-field structural glazing, SSG4000AC is an excellent choice for consideration. On top of that, it can withstand extreme weather and severe impact without rupturing, degrading or tearing well into the future.
GE Ultraglaze SSG4000AC UltraGlaze sealant bonds securely without the need of a primer to many substrates and finishes including ceramic frits, glass coatings, aluminium, glass and paints. Some substrates or finishes may require a primer.