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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 9:37 am    Post subject: Sealant gun Reply with quote

Sean or any sealant gun users,

Did you use a ribbon nozzle to apply Pro seal to
mating parts (instead of spreading it on via a
Popsicle stick). What were the tank parts that you
applied Pro seal to with your sealant gun, when and
how did you use it? Did you mix and then load an empty
cartridge from a quart kit or use the "semkit" tubes
or a combination of the above?

Steve 40212

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<schmoboy(at)cox.net>

+1 on having a Semco sealant gun. I went to
aircraft spruce and
purchased tubes and nozzles. That way I could buy
the quart kit, mix it up myself and place in the
Semco for easy application. You can usually find a
good used Semco on Ebay.

-Sean #40303
http://rv10.stephensville.com

John W. Cox wrote:
>
> --> <johnwcox(at)pacificnw.com>
>
> The Semkits allow quick automated mixing without
any mess but cost
> more than purchasing product in two parts and
mixing manually.
> Nothing can make it quicker, better flow control
and less messy than a
> pneumatic sealant gun. The 6 oz canister is the
most popular size.
>
> I will patiently wait for anyone with an argument
to use a baggy.
>
> John
>
> --


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 10:10 am    Post subject: Sealant gun Reply with quote

Here's the parts from Aircraft Spruce for the cartridges...

09-00758 PLUNGER FOR PRO SEAL CARTRIDGE $.67
09-00759 PRO SEAL CARTRIDGE ONLY 2-1/2 $.66
EA4180 NOZZLE FOR PRO-SEAL KITS $1.20

I ordered the quart kit of sealant from Van's. Mixed, then placed into
the cartridges. I used this for applying on all parts when doing final
tank assembly.

-Sean (#40303)

Darton Steve wrote:
[quote]

Sean or any sealant gun users,

Did you use a ribbon nozzle to apply Pro seal to
mating parts (instead of spreading it on via a
Popsicle stick). What were the tank parts that you
applied Pro seal to with your sealant gun, when and
how did you use it? Did you mix and then load an empty
cartridge from a quart kit or use the "semkit" tubes
or a combination of the above?

Steve 40212


>
> <schmoboy(at)cox.net>
>
> +1 on having a Semco sealant gun. I went to
> aircraft spruce and
> purchased tubes and nozzles. That way I could buy
> the quart kit, mix it up myself and place in the
> Semco for easy application. You can usually find a
> good used Semco on Ebay.
>
> -Sean #40303
> http://rv10.stephensville.com
>
> John W. Cox wrote:
>
>>
>> --> <johnwcox(at)pacificnw.com>
>>
>> The Semkits allow quick automated mixing without
>>
> any mess but cost
>
>> more than purchasing product in two parts and
>>
> mixing manually.
>
>> Nothing can make it quicker, better flow control
>>
> and less messy than a
>
>> pneumatic sealant gun. The 6 oz canister is the
>>
> most popular size.
>
>> I will patiently wait for anyone with an argument
>>
> to use a baggy.
>
>> John
>>
>> --


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