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Niles, IL 60714

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Sewer Joint

 

 

 

NO. 240

SEWER JOINT

COLD PLASTIC SEWER JOINT COMPOUND
Economical, protective seal for concrete or vitrified tile sewer joints.

SEALTIGHT COLD-PLASTIC SEWER JOINT COMPOUND is an economical, easy-to-use, asbestos-free protective seal for concrete or vitrified tile bell and spigot joints.

Technical Description
SEALTIGHT COLD-PLASTIC SEWER JOINT COMPOUND is composed of highly refined asphalt and inert fibers. It is especially designed to resist acids, alkalies and chemicals normally found in sewage. SEALTIGHT SEWER JOINT COMPOUND, when properly applied, provides a root-resistant seal on all concrete and vitrified tile bell and spigot joints.

Uses
SEWER JOINT COMPOUND is ideal for concrete or vitrified tile sewer pipe applications.

Features and Benefits

bulletResistant to acids, alkalies and chemicals found in sewage
bulletResists root penetration into joint areas
bulletEconomical and easy-to-use
bulletAsbestos-free

Packaging
5 gallon (18.93 liter) Pails

Application Tools

 
 Pointed Trowel  Putty Knife  Gloves

Surface Preparation
Bell and spigot of tile should be clean and free of dust, dirt and moisture. If dust, dirt and moisture cannot be completely removed, prime the outside of the spigot and inside of the bell with Asphalt Primer.

Application
SEALTIGHT Cold-Plastic SEWER JOINT COMPOUND is produced in a trowel-grade consistency and is ready-to-use directly from the container. Requires no on-site heating, mixing, or melting.

To properly seal concrete or vitrified tile sewer joints, SEALTIGHT Cold Plastic SEWER JOINT COMPOUND should be evenly troweled around the narrowing circumferences of the bell sewer tile. The spigot tile should be inserted into the bell as far as it will go until it is snugly in contact with the narrow portion of the bell. A third of the open area beginning at the joint and coming forward toward the large opening of the bell tile should be packed tightly with oakum. The remaining open area between the oakum and the joint opening should be filled flush with SEWER JOINT COMPOUND.

Specification

ASTM D 4586, Type I (Asbestos Free)

Clean-Up
Material may be removed with mineral spirits. Solvent manufacturer precautions should be adhered to when using a solvent for clean-up.

Precautions
When not in use, keep cover on container to prevent material from hardening. DO NOT DILUTE. For exterior use only. COMBUSTIBLE: Keep away from ignition sources. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapor. Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for complete Health and Safety Information.

This material last updated January, 2001.


 

W. R. MEADOWS, INC. warrants that, at the time and place we make shipment, our materials will be of good quality and will conform with our published specifications in force on the date of acceptance of the order. THE FOREGOING WARRANTY SHALL BE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OTHERWISE ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, CUSTOM OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE. As the exclusive remedy for breach of this Warranty, we will replace defective materials, provided, however, that the buyer examine the materials when received and promptly notify us in writing of any defect before the materials are used or incorporated into a structure. Three (3) months after W. R. MEADOWS, INC. has shipped the materials, all our Warranty and other duties with respect to the quality of the materials delivered shall conclusively be presumed to have been satisfied, all liability therefore terminates, and no action for breach of any such duties may thereafter be commenced. W. R. MEADOWS, INC. shall in no event be liable for consequential damages. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, no warranty is made with respect to materials not manufactured by W. R. MEADOWS, INC. We cannot warranty or in any way guarantee any particular method of use or application of the performance of materials under any particular condition. Neither this Warranty nor our liability may be extended or amended by our salesmen, distributors or representatives, or by our distributor's representatives, or by any sales information or drawings.


 

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