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Water Based Pyro-Putty® 2400 from Aremco Repairs Headers for Automotives

Published on 2011-01-20. Author : SpecialChem

Pyro-Putty® 2400, a high temperature sealer and metal repair compound developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to repair cast iron, steel and stainless steel exhaust headers used in automotive, truck, marine, and industrial applications to 2000 °F (1093 °C).

Pyro-Putty® 2400
Pyro-Putty® 2400

Pyro-Putty® 2400 is a ceramic and stainless steel filled, high temperature, thermally conductive paste used to bond, seal and repair defects up to 3/8" in cross-section in cast iron, steel and stainless steel components and structures up to 2000 °F (1093 °C).

Pyro-Putty® 2400 is a single part, thermally shock resistant paste that will not decompose at high temperatures. It is a water-based material that contains no volatile organic compounds. It sets at room temperature and cures in-situ or by heating to 200 °F for 2-4 hours. It can be machined and painted after curing.

Pyro-Putty® 2400 can be used to effect seals and repairs in exhaust manifolds, headers, mufflers, catalytic converters in engine applications as well as commercial and industrial high temperature systems such as turbines, incinerators, boilers, ovens, and furnaces.

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About Aremco

Formed in 1965, Aremco's advanced materials division has been a leader in the development and production of technical ceramics, adhesives, coatings, sealants and potting compounds for applications to 3200°F. These materials are used throughout industry in the design of sensors, electrical components and analytical instruments, as well as the maintenance and repair of high temperature process equipment.

Source: Aremco


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