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V-TECH vital black rtv 9161

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Glue Silicon red
the description:
A substance vital RTV black material is the work of the original linings manufactured for applications arduous. It helps to work gaskets "consists in its place" depends on it, so that resists cracking and shrinkage and the transition which is caused by thermal cycles. It is ideal to replace any brutal broken. It can also be used to cover the linings broken by the increased reliability. They are characterized by high flexibility and stability at temperatures between -80 to +600 degrees Fahrenheit (-62 to 315 ° C) intermittently. It also fluids cars and shops resist dramatically.
Covers valves, trays, frying, and covers recording time, water pumps, and overnight the thermostat, and trays, transportation, and so forth.
Instructions for use:
1. surfaces must be clean, dry and free of dirt or grease or oil or water. Drill pipe using cover and install the nozzle.
2. Place a drop of 2 to 4 mm on only one surface. Leave the glue be a new layer on the surface before the assembly.
3. It can be cleaned of adhesive using untreated mineral fluids.
4. replace the cap after use, and storage in a cool, dry place.

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