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KK0068-A
Item #
669695

Hi-Temperature Stove/Furnace Cement, Gray, 8-oz.

Hi-Temperature Stove/Furnace Cement, Gray, 8-oz. is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Model #
KK0068-A
Item #
669695

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Description
8oz, gray, hi temperature stove & furnace cement, a heavy bodied silicate cement, used to repair wood or coal stoves, furnaces, fireplaces & flues, especially suited for bonding & sealing metal-to-metal & metal to masonry joints, withstands temperatures up to 1482 degrees Celcius (2700 degrees Fahrenheit).
  • Resists Temperatures Up to 2700 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • Tub
  • Gray Color
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 669695
Weight 1.1000
UPC 00062159001093
Country of Origin CA
Package Width 3.0
Package Length 3.0
Package Height 3.25
Model Number KK0068-A
Manufacturer Name IMPERIAL MFG GROUP USA INC
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works I bought this to fix a problem with my homemade metal furnace. It seems to have worked well, though I haven't had time (and weather) to actually fire it up. Only problem I had was that the lid on one of the tubs was open, drying out a portion of the product. Still had enough to do what I needed, but was disappointed that an open product like that would have made it past the packer. Didn't look like it got opened during shipping as it was only one of four containers that was open.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hardened with a bulge I used this to patch a 2" x 1/8" crack on an interior air channel in my wood stove. I wire brushed with a power drill before patching, so the metal was fairly clean. I let the patch sit for 24 hours. After a 30 minute single log fire, the cement hardened, but with a 1/4" bulge. It's as if hot air from the vent being patched pushed it away from the metal. It looks like it will work as a patch since it is quite hard, but it seems less sturdy than if it stayed adhered to the metal across the entire patch.
Date published: 2017-10-20
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