Equivalent to well-known brand product 577 – Yellow
Pipe Seal Adhesive with Approvals A2577 is used in the sealing of all types of threaded connections against water, oil, gases and most common materials conveyed by metal pipes. It is used on most hydraulic, pneumatic, oil, water and gas connections. This is a medium strength pipe-sealant which provides a non-shrink, instant, low-pressure seal on tightened fittings.
Unlike most pipe seal sealants this is produced from the latest non-hazardous technology, so there are no hazard symbols or risk and safety phrases for this product. This pipe seal can comply with even the most stringent health and safety requirements.
Pipe seal A2577 is a high-viscosity thixotropic gel paste which cures rapidly, sealing instantly to 10,000 psi (689 bar) through its anaerobic cure system in contact with metals in the absence of air (oxygen).
When cure speed is extended due to low temperatures or inactive surfaces, an activator can be used. The best results are found if A2577 is applied to a second or third thread form.
Once fully cured this pipe seal can resist pressures of up to 10,000psi, whilst maintaining a vibration proof seal that is resistant to most chemicals and corrosion.
Not suitable for oxygen systems
A2577 is not suitable for oxygen systems.
Any excess can be simply wiped away, any migration into lines will not solidify and can be flushed away during commissioning.
Gas & Water Approval
This pipe sealant has gas (BSEN751/DVGW) and water (WRAS) approvals for use on pipe fittings and course threaded components.
This pipe seal adhesive is widely used in sealing threaded connections against:
- Most common materials conveyed by pipes
This pipe seal adhesive is also known as:
- Pipe Seal with approvals
- WRAS approved pipe seal
- BSEN751 approved pipe seal
- Fast cure pipe seal
- High pressure pipe seal
- Pipeseal or pipe seal
- DVGW approved pipe seal
Adhesive technical information
|Chemical form||Dimethacrylate ester|
|Components||Single – requires no mixing|
Adhesive typical properties of cured material
|Pressure resistance||10,000 psi|
|Temperature range||-53°C to 148°C|
|Breakaway torque M10 steel bolts and nuts ISO 10964||11Nm|
|Prevail torque M10 steel bolts and nuts ISO 10964||6Nm|
Directions for use
- For optimum performance surfaces should be clean and free of grease (internal and external).
- If the material is an inactive metal consider using an activator.
- Shake the product thoroughly before use.
- Apply the product to the male fitting on the leading threads in a 360º bead, leave the first thread free, making sure all voids are full. For bigger threads apply more product accordingly and putting a bead on the female.
- Assemble and tighten as required.
- Properly tightened fittings will seal to moderate pressures instantly. For maximum resistance allow a minimum of 24 hours to cure.
- Remove with standard hand tools.
- In circumstances where hand tools do not work, use localized heat to bolt or nut, disassemble while hot.
To remove cured adhesive please use a combination of solvent and abrasion such as a wire brush.
- Do not try to remove forcibly.
- If adhesive gets into eye, keep eye open and rinse thoroughly. Seek medical attention.
- Keep well out of reach of children.
Keep adhesive in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. To prevent contamination of unused material, do not return any adhesive to its original container. For specific shelf-life information, contact us.
Pipe seal adhesive price
If you buy this Pipeseal Adhesive in bulk we offer a discounted rate making it even better value for money.
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