Sealant

Sealant

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  • A-A-1572 Sealer, Surfaces (Sanding)

    This description covers a sanding sealer of the lacquer type which is suitable for spray application (conventional or airless) on wood furniture.

  • A-A-2335 Sealer, Surface (Varnish Type, Wood & Cork Floors)

    The sealer shall not contain skins or gels and shall be suitable for application by bristle brush or lamb’s wool.

  • A-A-52495 Sealing Compound, Non-Curing, Polybutene

    This CID covers two types of mastic sealing compounds. The mastic sealants are polybutene based and non-curing.

  • AMS-3265 Sealing Compound, Polysulfide (T) Rubber Nonchromated, Corrosion Inhibiting for Intermittent Use to 360

    This specification covers a polysulfide (T) rubber sealing compound with nonchromated corrosion inhibitors supplied as a two-component system which cures at room temperature. The compound has been used typically for faying surface sealing and for wet-installation of fasteners in aircraft structural joints, but usage is not limited to such applications. It can be used in non-fuel areas for fillet sealing and overcoating fasteners, for sealing joints and seams, cabin pressure sealing, and aerodynamic smoothing. AMS 3100 adhesion promoter can be applied prior to application of the sealant. This material is usable for continuous service from -65 to 248 degrees F (-55 to 120 degrees C), with short-term exposure (approximately 6 hours to 360 degrees F (182 degrees C).

  • AMS-3266 Sealing Compound, Polythioether Elastomeric, Two Part, Electrically Conductive

    This specification covers a room-temperature curing, electrically conductive, elastomeric polythioether sealant. Primarily to provide an electrically conductive sealant or metal joint interface for shielding purpose.

  • AMS-3276 Sealing Compound, Integral Fuel Tanks and General Purpose, Intermittent Use to 360

    This specification covers five classes of a fuel-resistant polysulfide (T) sealing compound supplied as a two-component system. This sealing compound has been used typically for fuel tank sealing, cabin pressure sealing, and aerodynamic smoothing, but usage is not limited to such applications. It can be used for faying surface sealing, for wet-installation of fasteners, for overcoating fasteners, sealing joints and seams, and nonstructural adhesive bonding. This room-temperature curing sealing compound can be used in fuel areas as well as nonfuel areas. Curing of this material can be accelerated at higher temperatures. Prior to applying this fuel tank sealant, the bond surfaces should be treated with AMS 3100 adhesion promoter to enhance sealant adhesion. This materials is usable from -65 to 250 degrees F (-54 to 121 degrees C), with short-term exposure (approximately six hours) to 360 degrees F (182 degrees C).

  • AMS-3277 Sealing Compound, Polythioether Integral Fuel Tanks and General Purpose, Fast Curing Intermittent Use to 360

    This specification covers two types and three classes of a fuel resistant polythioether sealing compound supplied as a two-component system. This product has been used typically in aircraft integral fuel tanks for repair of fillet and fastener seals and faying surface seals as well as for initial sealing of faying surfaces, overcoating of fasteners, and sealing of seams and joints, for service from -65 to +320 degrees F (-54 to +160 degrees C), with short-term (six hours) exposures up to 360 degrees F (182 degrees C), but usage is not limited to such applications. Not for use on aircraft windshields and canopies. Sealing compound must be applied at temperatures above 50 degrees F (10 degrees C), but will cure at lower temperatures.

  • AMS-3284 Sealing Compound, Low Adhesion, for Removable Panels and Fuel Tank Inspection Plates

    This specification covers a polysulfide sealing compound with low adhesive strength. This elastomeric compound shall be supplied as a two-component system which cures at room temperature. This compound has been used typically for sealing aircraft access doors and accessories where gaskets are required, but usage is not limited to such applications. The sealing compounds are resistant to jet fuels and high aromatic aviation gasolines and are usable from -67 to 250 degrees F (-54 to 120 degrees C).

  • F-900 Torque Seal, Inspection Seal Lacquer, Anti-Sabotage Lacquer

    An inexpensive method to detect warranty tampering; and vibration loosening. Used in production on compression fittings, studs, nuts, parts, and assemblies after they are in proper torque or position.

  • F-910 Torque Seal, Inspection Seal Lacquer, Anti-Sabotage Lacquer

    An inexpensive method to detect warranty tampering; and vibration loosening. Used in production on compression fittings, studs, nuts, parts, and assemblies after they are in proper torque or position.

  • MIL-I-3064 Insulation, Electrical, Plastic-Sealer

    The MIL-I-3064 specification covers the electrical and physical requirements of the plastic-sealer compound used for sealing electrical cable penetrations, end sealing cables, and fire stop applications requiring good electrical insulation and heat resistant properties.

  • MIL-PRF-81733 Sealing And Coating Compound, Corrosion Inhibitive

    MIL-PRF-81733 sealant specification covers accelerated, room temperature curing synthetic rubber compounds used in the sealing and coating of metal components on weapons and aircraft systems for protection against corrosion. The MIL-PRF-81733 Type I sealing compound is effective over a continuous operating temperature range of 65° to +250° F (54° to +121° C). The MIL-PRF-81733 Type II sealing compound is effective over a continuous operating temperature range of 80° to +320° F (62° to +160° C).

  • MIL-PRF-8516 Sealing Compund, Synthetic Rubber, Electric Connectors and Electric Systems, Chemically Cured

    This specification covers a two-component, chemically cured synthetic rubber compound for insulating, sealing, reinforcing, and corrosion protection of electric connectors, wiring, and other electric apparatus. This specification has provisions for shelf-life extension (see 3.2.4).

  • MIL-S-11030 Sealing Compound, Single-Component, Non-Curing, Polysulfide Base

    This specification covers single-component black, inert, thermoplastic, mastic, non-curing, seaIing compounds. These sealing compounds are not to be used as an integral fuel tank or pressure cabin standards. The service temperature of the sealing compounds are -400c to 820c [-400 to 1800F).

  • MIL-S-22473 Sealing, Locking, and Retaining Compounds: (Single Component)

    This specification covers single component compounds and their primers suitable for coating, locking and retaining metal parts. This specification is canceled. Superseded by ASTM-D5363.

  • MIL-S-8802 Sealing Compound, Temperature-Resistant, Integral Fuel Tanks and Fuel Cell Cavities, High-Adhesion

    This specification is canceled. Superceded by SAE-AMS-S-8802.

  • TT-F-325 Filler, Engraving, Stamped Marking

    The filler covered by this specification is a semisolidified compound of drying oil or resin and pigment which, when applied to engraved or stamped markings or graduations, hardens and becomes a permanent filler.

  • TT-S-171 Sealer, Floor, Lacquer Type

    This specification covers a lacquer, clear gloss floor sealer for non-oiled wood floors.

  • TT-S-1732 Sealing Compound, Pipe Joint And Thread, Lead Free General Purpose

    This specification covers a lead free, antiseize sealing compound for use in joints and threaded parts on low-pressure steam and water lines.

  • TT-S-176 Sealer, Surface, Varnish Type, Floor, Wood or Cork

    This specification covers varnish type floor sealer. This specification is canceled. Superseded by A-A-2335.

  • TT-S-179 Sealer Surface, Pigmented Oil, For Plaster and Wallboard

    This specification covers an oil-type pigmented wall sealer for sizing interior walls of plaster and wallboard. This specification is canceled. Superseded by A-A-2994.