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ASI Aquarium Sealant provides a reliable and long-lasting solution for sealing and securing aquariums, ensuring a watertight environment for your aquatic pets. ASI aquarium sealant is a high-quality silicone adhesive that offers exceptional bonding capabilities.
The manufacture of freshwater and saltwater aquarium sealant has been the focus of the formulation of ASI Aquarium Silicone Sealant. Without the need for primers, this high-modulus component RTV Silicone Sealant creates solid cohesive connections to glass. The bindings are unaffected by prolonged submersion in water, and once fully cured, they are fish-safe. The non-slump ASI clear aquarium silicone sealant can be used on vertical surfaces without flowing or sagging. ASIAquarium Silicone sealer offers great resistance to weathering, including ozone, ultraviolet radiation, and airborne pollutants, because it is a 100% silicone sealer.
After curing, ASI aquarium silicone sealant can endure constant operation temperatures of -57°C to +233°C (-70° F to 450°F) and can be applied to surfaces with temperatures ranging from -18°C to +50°C (0°F to +120°F). Glass needs to be free of all dust, debris, and grease for bonding to be successful. The formation of the bond may be hampered by the presence of certain pollutants. Consequently, the glass must be cleaned using appropriate and compatible cleaners like black aquarium silicone, no-ionic solvents, diluted acetic acid solutions, or extremely hot water. The freshly cleaned glass needs to be dried as soon as possible with a clean, lint-free cloth or dried with hot, oil-free air.
The glass should NOT be cleaned with soap and water mixtures. The failure of adhesion might be caused by soap residue acting as a releasing agent and harm to Aquatic Fish Tanks. Clean, lint-free gloves or an equivalent should only be used while handling clean glass. Aquatic Supplies & Décor can be harmed by Finger and hand oils may function as release agents, causing adhesion failure. Before introducing fish to a repaired aquarium, check it for leaks. Check for any symptoms of leakage after filling the aquarium with water and letting it settle for a few days.