No more waiting overnight for an adhesive to take hold- GE Iron Grip 100% silicone adhesive quickly builds strength resulting in up to 75% less clamp time. Many construction adhesives require clamping for at least 24 hours. With GE Iron Grip adhesive, clamps can be removed in 6 hours or less. This adhesive is 30 minute water ready, waterproof, flexible, shrink-proof, and crack-proof.
Typical Uses: Tiles, Showers, Countertops, Tub Surrounds, Windows, Siding, Baseboards, Crown Molding, Back bedding
Adheres to: most aluminum, steel, PVC, fiberglass, polystyrene, glass, concrete, plywood, drywall, ceramic, porcelain, stone, granite, laminate, polycomposite, treated and untreated wood, MDF and masonry.
- Remove dirt, grease, and moisture from surfaces to be bonded. Dry surfaces or allow surfaces to dry thoroughly.
- Cut nozzle tip to obtain desired bead size and PIERCE INNER FOIL SEAL.
- Working in sections, apply adhesive to one surface, 2" from edge in a zigzag or "X" pattern.
- Join parts immediately and wipe away any excess adhesive during application with mineral spirits. Do not allow excess adhesive to skin or over cure. Full cure time depends on bead thickness and other factors such as humidity and temperature. Higher temperatures & humidity accelerate cure time.
Iron Grip adhesive meets or exceeds the requirements of the following specifications:
American Society for Testing & Materials International (ASTM)
•ASTM C920: Standard Specification for Elastomeric Joint Sealants; Type S, Grade NS, Class 25, Use NT, M, G, A & O
•ASTM C557: Standard Specification for Adhesives for Fastening Gypsum Wallboard to Wood Framing
•ASTM D3498: Standard Specification for Adhesives for Field-Gluing Plywood to Lumber Framing for Floor Systems
•UL 2818 – GREENGUARD Certification Program for Chemical Emissions for Building Materials, Finishes and Furnishings
American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA)
•AAMA: 802.3 Back Bedding Glazing Compound, Type 1, 805.2 Back Bedding Glazing Compound, Group C, 808.3 Exterior Perimeter Sealing Compound
APA (American Plywood Association)
•APA AFG-01 Test C Dry Lumber
U.S. Federal Specifications (cancelled Sept. 1996)
•TT-S-001543A Sealing Compound: Silicone Rubber Base (for Caulking, Sealing & Glazing in Buildings and Other Structures)
•TT-S-00230C Sealing Compound: Elastomeric Type, Single Component (for Caulking, Sealing & Glazing in Buildings and Other Structures)
Canadian General Standards Board (inactive)
•CGSB-19.13-M87 Sealing Compound, One-Component, Elastomeric, Chemical Curing
•Iron Grip adhesive meets CA CARB VOC requirements