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10.3 oz. Furnace Cement Tub in Black

$4.98
  • Provides a strong bond for furnace cracks
  • Asbestos free formula for safe results
  • Stays strong at temperatures of up to 2000 degrees Fahrenheit
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About This Product

RUTLAND Furnace Cement is premixed and ready to use, making it one of the easiest cements to apply. Use this smooth consistency cement to bond and seal metal to metal or metal to masonry joints less than 1/8″. Fix a crack, seal the collar to the top of a wood stove, or seal between firebricks and prefabricated fireplace. Use this cement anywhere a quality high-temperature adhesive is required for furnaces, firebrick repair, filling gaps, sealing joints, or gluing ceramic logs. Adheres to metal, stone, and firebricks, creating a permanent smoke- and gas-tight seal.

Highlights

  • Top choice for small repairs - fix furnaces, firebricks and minor cracks
  • Requires heat to cure; may be painted once cured (dries black)
  • For indoor use only
  • Rated to withstand up to 2000°F (1090°C)
  • Contains 10.3 oz.
  • Available in a wide range of sizes: 8 fl. oz. tub (Rutland item# 64A), 16 fl. oz. tub (Rutland item# 64), 32 fl. oz. tub (Rutland item# 65), or 10.3 fl. oz. caulking cartridge (Rutland item# 64C)
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Internet # 202218155

Model # 64C

Store SKU # 518625

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Accessory TypeFireplace Sealant/CementPack Size1
Product Weight (lb.)1.4 lbReturnable90-Day

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Q:Can it be used to seal the joint where the metal chimney from the furnace joins a concrete chimney? Thanks
by|Feb 6, 2024
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A:  Hi Mark, thanks for your interest in Rutland 10.3 oz. Furnace Cement. We do not recommend using this cement in that application - this cement requires a heat-cure, which can be difficult to perform outside of the burn zone. Depending on the temperature that the area is exposed to, your best bet would likely be to use one of Rutland's High Heat RTV Silicone Sealants! If you need further support, you can call us at 1-800-544-1307 Mon-Fri. You can also email us at sales@rutland.com. Feel free to visit our website at https://www.rutland.com for additional information on Rutland products, including training videos, safety information, and more! Rutland Customer Support Team

by|Feb 6, 2024
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    Q:CAn I use this on a B vent
    by|Jan 24, 2024
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    A:  Hi Johnny, thanks for your interest in the Rutland 16 fl. oz. Black Furnace Cement Tub I would not suggest using this product on a B vent, as you would need to perform a heat cure for it to set properly. A B vent will not get hot enough for this process. I would suggest using one of our High Heat Silicone Sealants for a permanent seal, or alternatively, if you need to be able to remove the vent in the future for maintenance or cleaning the semi-permanent Seal It Right Flexible Latex Sealant that can be removed. If you need further support, you can call us at 1-800-544-1307 Mon-Fri. You can also email us at sales@rutland.com. Feel free to visit our website at https://www.rutland.com for additional information on Rutland products, including training videos, safety information, and more! Rutland Customer Support Team

    by|Jan 25, 2024
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      Q:What Rutland product do you recommend to patch / seal a 3 inch b vent pipe into a cement block chimney from a gas hot water heater
      by|Jan 2, 2024
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      Q:Can this product seal a small pin hole in the stove pipe?
      by|Dec 17, 2023
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      A:  Hi bstjohnson, thanks for your interest in Rutland Furnace Cement. Yes - as long as you can properly perform the heat-cure then you can use Furnace Cement to seal a small pin hole in the stove pipe. If it does not hit the proper temperatures to heat-cure the cement then you may want to try using our Seal It Right instead. If you need further support, you can call us at 1-800-544-1307 Mon-Fri. You can also email us at sales@rutland.com. Feel free to visit our website at https://www.rutland.com for additional information on Rutland products, including training videos, safety information, and more! Rutland Customer Support Team

      by|Dec 19, 2023
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        Easy to use. So far, metal vent adheres to interior chimney block.
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        It didn't work for my particular application but seems to work for which it was advertised.
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        So far, it works as described.
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