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FC - Flue Cement 1250°C
VITCAS Flue Cement is a high temperature ready mixed fireproof mortar paste, designed for the safe installation/jointing of clay and concrete flue liners for use with domestic fires and stoves e.g. coal, wood burning or gas (including flame effect).
VITCAS Flue Fire Cement, a reliable and versatile solution designed for various applications. This high-temperature mortar paste is specifically formulated for effortless installation of ceramic flue liners, meeting the standards set by BS EN1857. It is ideal for use with domestic fires and stoves that operate on solid fuels and gas, ensuring a secure and efficient flue system.
VITCAS Flue Cement can be used for a range of purposes, including:
- Fitting Ceramic Flue Liners: This cement is ideal for fitting ceramic flue liners as per the specifications outlined in BS EN1857. It ensures a secure and tight fit, promoting efficient and safe operation of domestic fires and stoves running on solid fuels and gas.
- Joining Ceramic Flue Pipes: Whether you are installing a new flue system or repairing an existing one, VITCAS Flue Cement is perfect for joining ceramic flue pipes. It forms a strong and durable bond, ensuring a reliable connection that prevents leakage and enhances the overall performance of the flue system.
- Securing Fire Bricks: VITCAS Flue Cement provides a robust and long-lasting bond when used to secure fire bricks. It withstands high temperatures and ensures stability, making it an essential component for constructing and repairing fireplaces, kilns, and other heat-intensive applications.
- Bonding Fire Grates: With excellent heat resistance, VITCAS Flue Cement is an ideal choice for bonding fire grates. It forms a strong adhesive bond that can withstand the intense heat generated during combustion, ensuring the longevity and efficiency of your fire grate.
Make sure the area is clean and that all dirt, dust, rust and grease is removed. Cut off the top of the cartridge, screw on the nozzle and cut the nozzle to the required size. Dampen the surface where the material is to be applied. Apply using a cartridge gun. Flue liners should be installed with the sockets facing upwards. The material will set at room temperatures but the time will be reduced by lighting the fire or applying heat, gradually increasing over a four hour period
|Coverage of cartridge
Coverage: A guide to the amount of the material contained in one 310ml cartridge
|Ready to Use
|12h / +20°C (+68°F)
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