Product HighlightsRectorSeal® Tru-Blu™ pipe thread sealant with PTFE is a fast-dry, flexible set thread sealant designed for high vibration environments such as refrigeration and industrial applications. PTFE has been added to enhance thread lubrication during assembly and break out. Recommended for use on threaded galvanized steel, iron, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene, fiberglass reinforced, PVC.
- Great for use as a positive lock and seal on threaded fasteners
- Stays flexible - designed for areas of high vibration and thermal expansion/contraction
- Brushable from 20 degree F to 140 degree F
- Contains PTFE
- Excellent as a gasket adhesive on flanges
- For use with water (hot or cold), low odor, non-separating
- Lead free and contains no metal
- Lubricates and protects threads
- Certified to NSF/ANSI 61-G
California residents: see Proposition 65 Warning
Weight 1.50 Pounds Length 3.50 Inches Width 3.50 Inches Height 4.50 Inches Country of Origin USA Brand Rectorseal® Tier Tru-Blu™ Service Temperature -50°F to 350°F (-45.5°C to 176.6°C) Solvent No Application Temperature 20°F to 140°F (-6.6°C to 60°C) Coverage 28.9 cu in Dry Time Fast drying/Flexible set Flash Point 150° F Shelf Life 2 YRS Solids Content >60% Storage Temperature 20°F to 140°F (-6.6°C to 60°C) UV Resistant No Tensile Strength None Includes Brush Top Application For high vibration environments such as refrigeration and industrial applications. Designed for sealing vibration prone NPT connections Base Diacetone Alcohol' Color Blue Composition Diacetone Alcohol' Fire Rating None For Use With Galvanized Steel, Iron, Brass, Copper, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Polyethylene, Reinforced Fiberglass, PVC Functions Thread Sealant Ratings Certified to NSF/ANSI 61-G Size 16 Ounce Standards NSF, UPC Temperature Range 20°F to 140°F (-6.6°C to 60°C) Type Thread Sealant Viscosity Thick/Pasty Volume 1/4 pt. UL Listed No UL Recognized No
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