Devcon Ceramic Repair Putty 11700
Devcon Ceramic Repair Putty 11700
Devcon ceramic repair putty 11700 is a high performance, trowelable, ceramic-filled epoxy for rebuilding worn or damaged equipment
Rebuild worn pump casings and suction plates; repair tube sheets, heat exchangers and other circulating water
equipment; restore worn chutes and hoppers; repair and rebuild butterfly and gate valves.
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Resists corrosion, erosion and cavitation
- Non-sagging, creamy putty
- chemical resistance coating
- Repair coating
- Chemical coating
Thoroughly clean the surface with Devcon® Cleaner Blend 300 to remove all oil, grease and dirt.
Grit blast surface area with 8-40 mesh grit, or grind with a coarse wheel or abrasive disc pad, to create increased
surface area for better adhesion (Caution: An abrasive disc pad can only be used provided white metal is revealed).
The desired profile is 3-5mil, including defined edges (do not "feather-edge” epoxy)Note: For metals exposed to sea water or other salt solution, grit-blast and high-pressure-water-blast the area, then leave overnight to allow any salts in the metal to “sweat” to the surface. Repeat blasting to “sweat out” all soluble salts. Perform chloride contamination test to determine soluble salt content (should be no more than 40ppm).
Clean surface again with Devcon® Cleaner Blend 300 to remove all traces of oil, grease, dust or other foreign
substances from the grit blasting.
Repair surface as soon as possible to eliminate any changes or surface contaminants working CONDITIONS: Ideal application temperature is 55°F to 90°F. In cold working conditions, directly heat repair area to 100-110°F prior to applying epoxy and maintain at this temperature during product cure to dry off any moisture, contamination or solvents, as well as to achieve maximum performance properties.
It is strongly recommended that full units be mixed, as ratios are pre-measured.
- Add hardener to resin
- Mix thoroughly with screwdriver or similar tool (continuously scrape material away from sides and bottom of container) until a uniform, streak-free consistency is obtained.
INTERMEDIATE SIZES (1,2,3 lb. units): Place resin and hardener on a flat, disposable surface such as cardboard, plywood or plastic sheet. Use a trowel or wide-blade tool to mix the material as in Step 2 above.
LARGE SIZES: (25 lb., 30 lb., 50 lb. buckets): Use a T-shaped mixing paddle or a propeller-type Jiffy Mixer Model ES on
an electric drill. Thoroughly fold putty by vigorously moving paddle/propeller up and down until a homogenous mix of resin
and hardener is attained.
Spread mixed material on repair area and work firmly into substrate to ensure maximum surface contact. Ceramic Repair
Compound fully cures in 16 hours, at which time it can be machined, drilled, or painted.
FOR BRIDGING LARGE GAPS OR HOLES :
Place fiberglass sheet, expanded metal, or mechanical fasteners between repair area and Ceramic Repair Compound
prior to application.
FOR VERTICAL SURFACE APPLICATIONS :
Ceramic Repair Compound can be troweled up to ½” thick without sagging. Chemical immersion is possible after 24 hours
FOR ± 70°F APPLICATIONS :
Applying epoxy at temperatures below 70°F lengthens functional cure and pot life times. Conversely, applying above 70°F
shortens functional cure and pot life.
Store at room temperature, 70 °F.
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Feel free to contact us if there are any queries above or other questions we will be glad to assist you. Demo Practices are available too, we have our professional to guide you or recommend proper application on the products.
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