Our M230 High Temp Sealant is an easy-to-use sealant for all aspects of maintenance and installation of pellet stoves or gas-burning systems. Versatile enough to seal metal flues for wood and coal burning stoves without encouraging rust, or to serve as an all-in-one solution for an effective door gasket adhesive and sealant--all with easy application with the 10.1 fluid ounce caulking cartridge! While this sealant is capable of resisting intermittent peak temperatures of 1100°F, it is designed for use with a continuous operating temperature of 900°F. Quickly air dries and cures with heat at 200°F for approximately 1.5 hours. This wood stove pipe sealant is black, but turns a charcoal color when completely dry and can be covered with high temperature paints to perfectly match any surface.
||10.1 fl.oz (299 mL) cartridge
||Black, but turns Charcoal when completely dry!
||900°F (482°C) continuous
- Please be sure to wear rubber gloves and eye protection during application of this product. Protect your work area from accidental spills with a tarp or drop cloth. Thoroughly remove all debris and foreign matter from the surface to be sealed.
- To use:
- Insert cartridge in the caulking gun and cut the tip at an angle to desired diameter (1/8"). Lay a bead and drag the material at a 45° angle in desired area
- Allow material to air dry.
- Heat cure at 200°F for approximately 1.5 hours.
Silicone & Caulking Tips: DiY like a Pro!
- Product cartridge fits into a standard caulking gun. For clean application, cut the cartridge tip near the end, at an approximate 45° angle.
- Ensure that the working surface is clean, dry, and free of debris. Have some damp cloths or a roll of paper towels within reach. Lay down newspaper to protect carpet/flooring from possible drips.
- To lay a professional bead, hold the caulking gun at 45°. Spin the cartridge tube so the longest part of your tip is aligned with the top side of the caulking gun.
- Beginning at the highest point of your working area, slowly and gently squeeze the trigger and drag the gun to lay an even bead (about 1/8").
- For a clean job, remember that "A little goes a long way!" Try to be consistent when laying a bead - you can always go back and add more material later.
- As you near the end of the working area, release the trigger (or press the release lever) to stop the flow of material.
- After applying the material, let it cure for the indicated amount of time (at room temperature) before using your appliance.