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ClassicLiquid Mastic Applicator Gun

£10.20 £8.50

Used to apply ClassicLiquid Joint seal 

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ClassicLiquid Mastic Applicator Gun

This Mastic Gun is used to install the ClassicLiquid Joint Seal and will take any 600cc mastic sausage

Unscrew the end of the mastic gun so that the mastic sausage can be inserted. Trim the nozzle to the required application diameter and cut the end of the sausage before inserting into the mastic gun.

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Customer Questions
What is ClassicLiquid ?

Classic-Liquid is a polyurethane liquid system, ideal for complicated roofs where a membrane may not be an option. No nonsense straight out of the tin. This system can be laid onto many existing surfaces and has a 25-year life expectancy and 10 year guarantee.

Classic-Liquid is a low odour, single component polyurethane liquid membrane. It's formulation allows a fast curing, bubble free, single coat application, seamless roofing system to be created. Due to its excellant tensile strength there is usually no need to incorporate a reinforcing fabric, making application simple and fast. Other components offered alongside the basic system allows for a wide range of applications and solutions.

Do I need to mix an activator with ClassicLiquid

No, The Classic liquid system is moisture curing and does not require an activator or catalyst. It will become showereproof 30mins after application and trafficable after 24 hours. 

Does the ClassicLiquid System come with a Warranty ?

Yes, The Classic Liquid Waterproofing system is garranteed for either 10, 15 of 20 years depending on coverage rates used.