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Pecora DynaFlex SC

Product Description:

DynaFlex™ SC is a tamper resistant security sealant. The product is designed to achieve high tensile and tear strengths, abrasion resistance and an average ultimate hardness of at least 55, yet withstand 25% total joint movement. This is a unique one-part, non-sag, tamper-resistant elastometric STPU joint sealant with many of the strengths of two-component security sealants but with the user-friendly ease-of application properties of a one component sealant. DynaFlex™ SC is more flexible than epoxy in composition and is available in 10.1 oz. cartridges in two colors: limestone and tru-white.

   
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Item IDDescriptionUOM SizeQuantity
PEC P-120
DynaFlex SC P-120 1 quart primer for use on non-porous aluminum,glass 1/BX1
PEC P-75
DynaFlex SC P-75 1 quart primer for use on porous substrates 1/BX1
PEC SC-10.1L
Dynaflex SC Security Sealant Limestone Case (24) 10.1 oz. Cartridge - 24/CS24
PEC SC-10.1W
Dynaflex SC Security Sealant White Case (24) 10.1 oz. Cartridges - 24/CS24
 
   

Basic Uses:

  • This rugged but flexible sealant is ideally suited for use in institutional and correctional complex security installations.
  • Performs equally well in other public buildings and facilities where ordinary sealants are easily damaged or torn out by tampering and acts of vandalism.
    • Change in plane expansion and contraction joints:
      • Floor to wall
      • Head of wall
      • Inside corners
    • Fixture perimeters: lights, mirrors, sinks, etc.
    • Door perimeters: Frame to wall, gypsum, concrete block
    • Window perimeters: Frame to wall, gypsum, concrete
    • Glazing: Glass or Plaxiglass to frame , Laminated Lexan
    • Exterior expansion joints in building facades: Masonry, Pre-cast, Block, Concrete
    • Interior seams: Steel, Stainless Steel, Masonry, Window Frames, and Fixtures

Priming:

Security caulking requires exceptional adhesion, particularly in containment areas like inmate cells, etc. Since the sealant’s higher hardness puts extra stress on the bond line, P-75 primer should always be used on porous substrates to obtain the proper adhesion. Steel, aluminum, polycarbonate and glass should be primed with P-120.

Limitation:

Should not be used where it may come into contact with food products, or harsh chemicals such as acids, strong alkalis, ketones, etc.