Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Copper Putty

Copper Putty is a hand-kneadable, fast-setting, copper-reinforced polymer compound for permanent repairs to copper, brass, Copper and other non-ferrous metals. It also bonds to wood, glass, masonry and many plastics. It comes in a handy form with the curing agent encapsulated in the contrasting color base material.

Product Features:

  • Won't sag or shrink
  • Easy to mix and use – rebuilds worn parts fast, reduces downtime
  • For repairs of Copper components without hampering the aesthetics
  • Ideal choice in place of brazing
  • Excellent bonding to Copper , alloys, brass, copper etc
  • Can be machined, drilled, and tapped.

Recommended Copper Putty Application’s

  • Patching non-structural defects in Copper castings
  • Sealing cracked castings, tanks, vessels and valves
  • Repairing holes
  • Rebuilding Copper Impellers
  • Renewing bolt and screw holes
  • Making models and jigs for holding odd shaped parts
  • Repairs and rebuilds areas where brazing would be undesirable or impossible
  • Bonds securely to Copper alloys, brass, copper, and ferrous metals.
  • Repair leaks in household water lines within minutes.
  • Fix freeze breaks in 15 minutes.
  • Seal pipes, elbows, joints, sleeves, traps and drains.
  • Join and seal copper rain gutters and downspouts.

Copper Putty Mixing Guide and applying Method :
1. Mix your Copper Putty in compliance with the instructions in plastic bowl.

2. Take a small piece of Copper Putty and begin pressing it into the crack or chip in your ceramic piece. Press enough Copper Putty so that it extends higher than the original Copper surface. Allow it to dry according to the drying time.
3. Take a piece of medium grade sandpaper, and gently sand down the Copper Putty you filled the crack or chip with. Make sure to avoid sanding the area around the Copper Putty . Sand until the Copper Putty is at the same level as the rest of the surface so the two surfaces are cohesive with each other.


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