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Tremco 10.1 oz. Gray Vulkem 116 Polyurethane Sealant
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Tremco

10.1 oz. Gray Vulkem 116 Polyurethane Sealant

$6.15 /each

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10.1 oz. Gray Bronze Vulkem 116 Polyurethane Sealant is a one-part, moisture-curing, gun-grade polyurethane sealant. It is durable, flexible, and offers excellent performance in dynamic joints. Vulkem 116 is an excellent general-purpose sealant designed for use on poured and precast concrete, masonry work, window and door perimeters, and similar types of construction joints. It is designed for use on exterior applications but can be used on interior applications with proper ventilation.

  • Durable, flexible polyurethane formula does not require a primer when used on most construction materials
  • Water-repellant design withstands continual immersion for long-lasting use
  • Forms a tight seal on pre-cast, masonry and other construction joints as well as window frame perimeters
  • For exterior use only
  • Can be used in vertical or horizontal joints that have been designed in accordance with accepted architectural/engineering practices
  • Paintable/stainable
  • Mold and mildew resistant
  • Permanently flexible
  • Meets ASTM standards
  • 1 tube per order

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Can I use outdoors in below freezing temperatures?

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November 19, 2015
Plan on using to fill cracks in the concrete to prevent mice from entering my home.
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January 12, 2016
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no use a product called NP-1
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Yes. We used this on exterior glazing in my glass business. It stays flexible over time. If you are really concerned about the quality of the finish, run strips of blue masking tape on both sides, gun the sealant. For a short time you can go over the joint with your finger or disposable glove. Pull the tape right afterward.
Warning, this stuff is hard to get off and sticks to everything.
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November 23, 2015
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Tremco recommends that surface temperatures be 40 ˚F (5 ˚C) or above at the time the sealant is applied. If sealant must be applied in temperatures below 40 ˚F, please refer to the Tremco Technical Bulletin for Applying Sealants in Cold Conditions (No. S-08-44 rev 1) that can be found on their
website at www.tremcosealants.com
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Underside of Carport

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January 27, 2016
I have a carport that is leaking in the seams, probably because all the branches that have fallen on it have loosened them. I cannot work on the top of the carport, as it will cave in from the weight. Can this product be used to seal the seams from the underside of the carport. I tried silicone, but that is now eroding and discoloring.
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Yes, this product has excellent adhesion and is fibrous so it can withstand quite a bit of movement
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January 29, 2016
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The Vulkem is a general purpose sealant designed for use primarily with concrete and masonry as well as window & door perimeters in vertical and horizontal applications. It would really depend on what the car port is made out of in regards to it adhering. Generally polyurethane will stick to just about anything. You should contact the manufacturer of the carport for their suggestions, for further Read More
The Vulkem is a general purpose sealant designed for use primarily with concrete and masonry as well as window & door perimeters in vertical and horizontal applications. It would really depend on what the car port is made out of in regards to it adhering. Generally polyurethane will stick to just about anything. You should contact the manufacturer of the carport for their suggestions, for further direction. Read Less
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can I use in basement?

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My basement radon level is high, I found cracks on floor of basement, could you tell me:
1) 10.1 OZ. GRAY VULKEM 116 POLYURETHANE SEALANT can sealed cracks in my basement?(my basement just have 1 small window) .
2) Also I want to know this production how many degree temperature requirement to use? .
Thank you.
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Yes, just make sure the surface is dry. We used polyurethane sealants in window replacement. Temperature is not as important as having a clean surface. This sticks much better than silicone or siliconized caulks.
Most people have trouble applying, since it sticks to everything, including skin. For a smooth joint, use two strips of masking tape along the edge of your joint. Gun the caulk as best you can, Read More
Yes, just make sure the surface is dry. We used polyurethane sealants in window replacement. Temperature is not as important as having a clean surface. This sticks much better than silicone or siliconized caulks.
Most people have trouble applying, since it sticks to everything, including skin. For a smooth joint, use two strips of masking tape along the edge of your joint. Gun the caulk as best you can, penetrating your joint. You can smooth the joint with your finger (disposable gloves help). Pull tape quickly. Always good to run a sample on scrap if you have never used it before. Read Less
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Not sure,,, I used it to fill the spaces between concrete slabs on driveway,, found it very hard to work with. How ever it has been nearly a year and seems to be holding up very well. The stuff is flexible. I did just buy another tube to fix some spots that had contracted over the winter. Very very sticky, Will not wash off with water like some caulks that you can smooth with water and your finger. I Read More
Not sure,,, I used it to fill the spaces between concrete slabs on driveway,, found it very hard to work with. How ever it has been nearly a year and seems to be holding up very well. The stuff is flexible. I did just buy another tube to fix some spots that had contracted over the winter. Very very sticky, Will not wash off with water like some caulks that you can smooth with water and your finger. I actually had to use gas/thinner to get it off my hand. Good product just use with caution and be careful when applying. Read Less
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10.1 oz. Gray Vulkem 116 Polyurethane Sealant is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Messy but worth it I agree with another reviewer that it's really difficult to squeeze out of the tube with a caulking gun. I used this along the underside of the siding where the foundation meets. The weather was cooler, so I don't know if that impacted application but I could not get it to easily stick and ended up having to run my finger along to get it in place. This made an epic mess and since I was already straining to see upside down it made the job extremely difficult. Maybe I got some older tubes as another reviewer mentioned. I'm still glad I went to the effort, though.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pulled away from the Bilco door within 6 months This product is recommended by Bilco for sealing their Ultra basement door. I does not adhere to the door very well. It separates within 6 months. The door surface was cleaned with TSP and allowed to dry for 24 hours before apply the product. It adheres well to the concrete.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from We had a small problem with this calking not coming out. Was not sure if it was old or what. W... We had a small problem with this calking not coming out. Was not sure if it was old or what. We had 10 tubes and out of 10 2 we had the problem with. Looks good on the sidewalk after we finished.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Vulkem 116 Bought five tubes to seal my brand new concrete patio. Four of them were old and was almost impossible to push it out of tube. One tube was fresh. No problem. Very very disappointed
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roof goo..........:-) Came out of tube ok , made a nice seal.......hard to review any product after a few weeks. Email me in a few years. See if it holds up......
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wanted gray, as labeled on the tube, but it dried pure white. Wanted gray, as labeled on the tube, but it dried pure white.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, long life sealant Used this sealant, when i built my house 24 years ago, to seal vinyl siding j-channel to brick chimney. On Southern exposure and still in good condition! One thing to keep in mind with the white caulk is it turns slight grey color if not painted. Do any tooling immediately.
Date published: 2016-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very durable caulk in an industrial environment. Good product to use on a concrete floor where forklift traffic is ever present. My only complaint is that it doesn't come in quart tubes for dispensing. Its possible that due to its viscosity, it is difficult to gun out in quart sizes.
Date published: 2016-05-31
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