Originally Posted by michaelmrc
thanks for all the replies this GE silpruf could it also be used to rebed windows?
Structural glazing applications require that GE Silicones give written approval of the use of GE SilPruf® SCS2000 Silicone Sealant
for each building project
. Drawing review and substrate testing must be completed prior to sealant
use on a project
. Review and testing is done on a job -to-job basis. No blanket approval is given by GE Silicones for structural glazing applications.
Use only approved back-up materials, spacers and setting blocks to ensure sealant compatibility and function. GE SilPruf SCS2000 Silicone Sealant is not recommended for use where abrasion or physical abuse is encountered in horizontal joints on- or below-grade.
The sealant is not recommended for use in locations subject to continuous water
SilPruf may be considered a candidate for use with numerous construction-related materials, including
: glass, polycarbonate, vinyl, numerous plastics
, treated and untreated wood, fluoropolymer and powder coated paints, conversion-coated and anodized aluminum
, brick, terra-cotta, ceramic and porcelain materials, concrete and natural stones.