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Childers CP-10 White Mastic

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Childers
$31.80
SKU:
60CP10

 Product Description

DESCRIPTION:
VI-CRYL CP-10 weather barrier coating is a tough, durable, and fire-resistive water based mastic for most types of thermal insulation and finishing/insulating cements. It is very thixotropic - it looks heavy but spreads easily.  It is outdoor rated and U.V. resistant.

USES:
VI-CRYL CP-10 weather barrier coating is unsurpassed for the mechanical protection and weatherproofing of thermal insulations both outdoors and indoors, in hot, cold, and dual-temperature service.  However, since it is a ‘breathing’ coating (vapors under pressure will pass through it) it should only be used over insulations in low temperature, or dual-temperature service when the insulations themselves are vapor barriers (Fiberglass Pipe's ASJ paper is a vapor barrier). VI-CRYL CP-10 has also found use throughout the thermal insulation industry as a coating used over closed cell polyethylene and polyurethane foam insulations. 

*Note from Buy Insulation Products - CP-11 and CP-10 are great for sealing up insulation on chilled water systems.  Use CP-11 to seal up all exposed fiberglass, paint any tape seams and SSL closures to prevent condensation buildup on the pipes.

* CP-11 can be painted on with a brush while CP-10 is applied with a trowel

CHILDERS CP-10 MASTIC DATASHEET

 Product Reviews

  1. Works well

    Posted by John F on 7th May 2016

    After using the rewettable fiberglass cloth to encapsulate the asbestos insulation on my heat pipes, I applied this mastic for extra protection. As another viewer indicated, it is easiest to apply by hand after putting on latex gloves. I didn't bother with the brush since I was able to smooth it by hand, smoothing toward the area that had not yet been coated. It comes out quite smooth if you are careful.


  2. Easy to apply. Does the job.

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Mar 2016

    I have old steam pipes in the basement that are insulated with asbestos. I did not disturb the asbestos and covered it all with rewettable canvas pipe lagging. After the lagging cloth dried I used rubber gloves and applied the mastic by hand. With a little practice I was able to achieve a fairly smooth surface and then lightly brushed over it with a wide paint brush just to make the surface look a little more finished. It looks good. It is paintable, but it also looks fine in white without painting it.


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