Fire cement is a finely ground putty-like material which is resistant to high temperatures. It sets rock hard when exposed to heat or at room temperature, although the process takes longer the lower the temperature.
Fire cement can ensure both smoke and gas tight joints.
Ready for use straight from the bucket.
Rated to 1250 °C
Excellent shelf-life; at least 1 year under normal storage conditions.
Examples of Applications
Fire cement can be used in domestic applications wherever smoke, heat or fumes are escaping from solid fuel appliances, fireplaces, gas cookers, stoves and ranges, central heating systems and boilers.
It can also be used to repair fire backs for jointing internal flue pipes and on all structures subject to temperatures up to 1250 °C.