Easy Fix is a neutral curing, flexible, one component polysiloxane product. This polysiloxane has a large skin elasticity shortly after the skin formation and therefore it can already be loaded after a short time. Moreover, this kit has a sustainable recovery capability after curing. The Easy Fix has a good adhesion even under extreme climatic conditions. Easy Fix has a good resistance to yellowing.
Easy Fix is especially suitable for the sealing of frame connectors, joints, other movement joints and for sealing joints in sanitary and wet areas. It provides a durable and good adhesion to most surfaces like anodized aluminium, poly acrylates, painted wood, glass, concrete, ceramics, synthetic material etc. Easy Fix can be used in Swimming pools with chlorine-containing water. Here are some conditions. The Surface needs to be dry, grease and dust free. The usage of Multi Primer Transparent is mandatory. Het product must be fully cured before filling the pool. Extreme value change in chlorine should be avoided. Also we are in possession of a certificate for use in clean rooms and medical environments.
Pre-treating the surfaces:
The surfaces must be clean, dry, dust and grease free. Not absorbing surfaces have to be cleaned with Multi Primer Transparent. For PVC profiles, we recommend pre-treatment with a mixture of Isopropyl alcohol (IPA-industrial alcohol) and water in ratio of 1:1, in order to achieve an optimal adhesion.
By a glazing-top seal use glazing tape. The minimum joint cross section has to be 3 x 5 mm. In the determination of the joint dimension the joint must be selected so that the maximum permissible deformation of the Easy Fix is not exceeded. Provide the joints of backing material PE or PU backing material and fix it in the right joint depth. Not suitable are oil and bituminous backer rods such as materials based on rubber, chloroprene or EPDM base.
Easy Fix installation with no air inclusions in the joint. Completely fill the joint. Tool the joint with a suitable spatula. ProPart Easy fluid may optionally be used.
Fresh and not vulcanised kit can be removed by using Bond Ex. Cured material can only be mechanically removed with suitable tool.