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Rutland Black Furnace Cement

A black, ready-mixed, high temperature silicate cement. Used for resetting furnaces, stokers, oil burners. Seal air and gas leaks, imperfections and breaks in all types of stoves, ranges and furnaces. Can also be used for sealing flue, coal or ash pit doors and for resealing gaskets in stove doors. This material has the appearance and texture of fine mortar, and will withstand temperatures to 2000°F. When air dried and cured according to directions, this cement becomes as hard and durable as firebrick.

Available in Pint or Quart
Can be used anywhere a high-temperature resistant adhesive is needed
Color of cement: Black
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Reply to Mitchell
Here are the instructions that are on the tube....

Directions: Wear eye protection. Use on cool surfaces. Thoroughly clean the surface to be cemented. Cut the nozzle tip at an angle and insert in a caulking gun
For Repairs: Dampen area lightly with water and apply cement in 1/8" layers. Let air dry for at least one hour. For multiple layers, let air dry 24 hours.
For Gasket Replacement: Apply a then line of adhesive. Press the gasket firmly into cement. Close the door and trim excess gasket. Re-open door and air dry for at least one hour. Start one fire within 30day, and heat gradually to 500 degree F to cure.
Clean Up:Clean up with warm water immediately. Any cured cement can be removed by sanding or scraping...
Posted at 12:55:pm 10/31/14
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Mitchell Hipsley
I'm about to use your product Rutland Black Furnace Cement on my Wood Stove Black Pipes. I'm confused a bit, does the product have to be applied when stove pipes are hot or cold?. How do I make sure the cement is ready to wipe with Water on a rag around the pipe connections. How much should I use on the Pipes 6". Do you have to seal the opening around the stove to the Pipes. Thank you for your time. Blessing to all. Mitchell Hipsley.
Posted at 1:16:pm 10/30/14


Rutland Black Furnace Cement