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32 fl. oz. Black Furnace Cement Tub

$1338
  • Creates a permanent smoke and gas-tight seal
  • Suitable choice to fix furnaces, firebricks, minor cracks & more
  • Rated for temperatures up to 2000°F
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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.
  • 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 32 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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Worked very well and holding up nicely thus far. Goes...
Worked very well and holding up nicely thus far. Goes on black but turns grey after curing.
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    Fixed a Broken Ceramic Outdoor Chimney. Would Buy Again....
    Fixed a Broken Ceramic Outdoor Chimney. Would Buy Again.
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    After it hardened it became brittle and cracked and shortly thereafter pieces started falling off. This all occurred within 4 days after application.
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      I just bought a 1940 house in Reno that has the original oil burning furnace still... I plan to r...
      I just bought a 1940 house in Reno that has the original oil burning furnace still... I plan to replace it fairly soon, but there was a huge gap between the exhaust flue and the wall where it goes out. (Like an inch wide gap...) I used this to fill the gap... I feel safer from exhaust fumes coming back in, and also I sealed up a big air leak that was letting cold air into my basement...
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