Oka Silicon „NEW“
- Colors match Servofix and Servoperl grouts
- Extreme stress resistance
- Anti-fungal properties
- Suitable for interior and exterior use
- UV resistant
Oka Silicon is a high quality, self curing, high-stress, one component silicon sealing compound. The permanently elastic joint sealer is suitable for sanitary areas around bathtubs and sinks, and to caulk expansion joints in ceramic coverings.
Oka Silicon provides a short-term resistance to alkaline/causticacids and lye‘s, industrial emissionsand corresponds to DIN 18 545 E. The sealer should not be used over alkaline substrates (such as concrete, etc.), non-ferrous metals or for assembling fish tanks.
If used on agglomerated and natural stone coverings, penetration and edge coloration may occur. Oka Silicon cannot be coated. For natural stone application use Oka M Silicon.
Please contact the Kiesel Technical Service Department for information on using Oka Silicon in submergedareas.
Check existing substrate for suitability. The surface must be clean, dry, load bearing and free of dust and grease. Clean substrates such as glass, aluminum, iron with rust proof paint, enamel and ceramics with a special cleaning solution before application. Prime glazed wood and hard/soft PVC before application. For more detailed information see the Kiesel primer table.
Because of its coloration characteristics, Oka Silicon should not be used in contact with bituminous materials.
Cover joint edges with masking tape. Cut tip of tube, attach application nozzle and shape to joint width. Insert tube into manual or pneumatic caulking gun and fill joints evenly. Smoothen with small amounts of a suitable smoothing compound with a knife or finger immediately after application. Remove any excess smoothing compound as well as masking tape immediately after application.
Transparent, white, grey, black and all colors matching Servofix, Servoflex and Servoperl colors (see respective color charts)
Interior, exterior, walls and floors
Approx. 1,03 g/cm³
Approx. 18 ± 5 (DIN 53505)
2,6 N/mm² (DIN 53504)
800 % (DIN 53504)
> 90 % (ISO 7389-B)
-10 °C to +40 °C (min. substrate temp. +5 °C)
50 °F to 104 °F (min. substrate temp. 41°F)
(100%) 0,3 N/mm² (DIN EN ISO 8339)
-10 °C to +40 °C (Underground +5 °C)
Approx. 2 mm/day
B2 (DIN 4102 part 4) (normal flammability)
store in a cool and dry area for up to 18 months**
At 68 °F (+20 °C) and 65 % relative humidity. Higher temperatures and lower humidity decreases, lower temperatures and high humidity increase this value respectively.
1 tube will cover approximately 12 current meters at 5 x 5 mm joint cross section.
Clean tools with acetone immediately after application.
|90 boxes per 12 x 310 ml tubes per box|
The aforementioned information, especially the proposals for processing and utilizing our product, is based on our knowledge and experience. We recommend that you carry out your own tests in every case to ensure the suitability of our products for the intended process and processing purposes because of the different materials and the working conditions which lie beyond our area of influence. No liability can be derived from this advice or from verbal advice, unless we are responsible for (criminal) intent or gross negligence in this respect.