|Individual size (oz.)||10 oz|
|Color/Finish||GREEN #764||Coverage (linear ft.)||31|
|Cure Time (hours)||168||Dry Color Family||Green|
|Dry to Touch (min.)||40||Features||Fire and High Heat Resistant, Moisture Resistant, Paintable, Permanently Flexible|
|Longevity (years)||20||Number of Tubes Included||12|
|Returnable||90-Day||Sealant Form||Standard Tube|
|Sealant Type||Solvent Based||Transparency||Solid|
|Certifications and Listings||CARB Compliant||Manufacturer Warranty||N/A|
A: Thank you for the question. OSI QUAD Sealant is an exterior solvent based product that is inert when cured. It is not possible for this product to support mold growth itself; however, that does not mean mold growth cannot occur on the surface of the sealant should it become contaminated with airborne organic particulate. Mold growth requires the following conditions: temperature range above 40°F and below 100°F, mold spores which are commonly found in the environment, a nutrient base (a food source which is organic such as atmospheric dust particles, vegetation or tree pollens, etc.), and moisture.
A: Thank you for the question. OSI QUAD Sealant is a solvent-based product which remains flexible once cured to allow for movement with typical expansion and contraction of building materials; however, OSI QUAD MAX is more flexible once cured, although either may be used on cedar surfaces.
A: Thank you for the question. OSI QUAD Sealant can be applied between 20°F (-7°C) and 100°F (38°C). For easier extrusion of sealant at lower temperatures, store cartridge at room temperature at least 24 hours prior to use.
A: Thank you for your question. OSI QUAD Sealant can be painted once fully cured, typically in 7-14 days, depending on temperature, humidity, and depth of the sealant applied. Latex paint is recommended.