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Flamemaster CS 3204 Class B Integral Fuel Tank Sealant - 2 Hour Application Time
Flamemaster CS 3204 Class B Integral Fuel Tank Sealant - 2 Hour Application Time
Product Description
CS 3204B Integral Fuel Tank Sealant is designed to withstand the attack of sulfur compounds present in jet fuels. Also used as pressurized cabin sealant.

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Class A Part 1

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Class A Part 2

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Class B Part 1

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Class B Part 2

Product Specifications
Typical Properties Class A Class B
Color
      Base Compound
      Curing Agent
      Mixed

off-white
gray
gray

off-white
gray
gray
Mixing Ratio
      By weight
      By volume

100:10
100:8.3

100:10
100:8.3
Non-volatile Content 86% 96%
Viscosity-Base Compound (Brookfield RVF SPindle #6 @ 10RPM) 250 poises
Viscosity-Base Compound (Brookfield RVF Spindle #7 @ 2 RPM) 11,000 poises
Viscosity-Base Compound (Brookfield RVF Spindle #67 @ 10 RPM) 1,000 poises 1,000 poises
Vertical Flow N/A 0.30
Ultimate Hardness, Shore A 50 50

SURFACE PREPARATION

To obtain good adhesion, remove all traces of oil, wax, grease, dirt, or other contamination. Working in small area segments, wipe the surface using a clean rag doused in an oil free solvent. Before the solvent evaporates, wipe the surface dry with a second clean rag. Maintain a clean solvent supply by pouring the solvent on the washing cloth. CS 3204 will adhere tenaciously to most substrates providing the surface to be sealed is clean and sound.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

CS 3204 Parts A and B are carefully matched at the time of manufacture to provide optimum performance when cured. Care should be taken to assure that Parts A and B are combined as recommended on the container label. When mixing pre-measured kits do not thin CS 3204 with solvents. Prior to combining with the Part A component, stir the Part B component until the contents of the container are uniform. Place all of the B component into the Part A container and continue stirring until a uniform gray color is achieved. There should be no white or black streaks in the properly blended material. Periodically scrape the sides and bottom of the container as well as the mixing tool to assure proper mixing. When using a mechanical mixer, avoid high speeds since the heat generated will reduce the application time of the mixed CS 3204. Violent stirring will also entrap air in the cured sealant.

When mixing materials packaged in bulk or when only a small quantity is required, stir 10 parts by weight of the Part B component into 100 parts by weight of the Part A component. Be sure to stir the Part B prior to weighing out the required amount.

CURE

Specified application and cure schedules are based on the standard conditions of 77F and 50% relative humidity. Increased temperature and relative humidity will reduce the work life and speed up the cure while reduced temperatures and relative humidity will extend the work life and slow the cure. Cure may be accelerated by heating up to 120F. However care must be exercised to avoid the entrapment of solvent when heat is applied.
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