Fuchs Lubricants Renolit 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound - 225 Gram Tube

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Manufacture Part #: 600021108
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Description

If your jointing compound just can't take the heat, it's time to upgrade to Fuchs 762 High-Temperature Jointing Compound from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 delivers optimum sealing-efficiency in high-temperature environments. In fact, maximum sealing is attained within the temperature range of 550ºC to 760ºC. However, depending on the characteristics of the joint faces involved, a satisfactory performance can be achieved over a wider temperature range. For example, the compound is known to be effective from 200ºC to 800ºC in the case of rigid joint faces of good surface finish, which are free from distortion and differential movement at the operating temperatures.

Application

Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound is designed for the sealing of joints to prevent leakage of air or other gases where operating temperatures in the range of 550ºC to 760ºC can be experienced. When applying the compound, it's helpful to identify the areas of your aircraft that will achieve the optimal operating temperature before applying the compound. For cooler systems or areas, another type of jointing compound may be preferred.

Method of Use

A thin layer of compound should be spread over each of the faces to be joined by means of a flexible knife blade or spatula. The faces should be brought into contact as soon as possible after the application of the compound. In applications where it is necessary to cure Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound in situ, the joint components must be heated to approximately 100ºC by some safe method. A hot-air blower is ideal for this purpose. Joints can be parted after service by tapping with a soft mallet, thus shattering the film of compound which becomes brittle at room temperatures after operation at elevated temperatures.

Compound still adhering to the exposed joint surfaces can be cleaned off by soaking in hot water for about one hour followed by wire brushing. Larger faces can be cleaned by applying hot water to the surfaces with a sponge or cloth, then scraping or wire brushing.

If you're in the market for a high-temperature jointing compound that's strong enough to handle your most challenging applications, reach for a tube of Fuchs 762 from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound is sold in a convenient 225-gram tube and quantity pricing is available.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Size
225 Gram
Shipping Weight
1.4 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
600021108
Schedule B Code
3214.10.1000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 2 x 2 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Light colour - almost odourless
  • Highly adhesive to metal surfaces
  • Typical applications are automotive and aircraft exhaust manifolds and turbocharger joint faces etc
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to dispense from 225g tubes
  • General Electric A 15 D 6-S (Interim Approval) - "High Temperature Jointing Compound".
  • Approved by Rolls Royce plc under MSRR 9294.
  • Recommended for use by: Pratt and Whitney, Normalair/Garret Turbochargers, Lucas CAV Turbochargers, Mikuni Carburettors
  • Included in Perkins Service Bulletin TV8.540, Jointing of Exhaust Manifold Sleeves.

Product Details

If your jointing compound just can't take the heat, it's time to upgrade to Fuchs 762 High-Temperature Jointing Compound from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 delivers optimum sealing-efficiency in high-temperature environments. In fact, maximum sealing is attained within the temperature range of 550ºC to 760ºC. However, depending on the characteristics of the joint faces involved, a satisfactory performance can be achieved over a wider temperature range. For example, the compound is known to be effective from 200ºC to 800ºC in the case of rigid joint faces of good surface finish, which are free from distortion and differential movement at the operating temperatures.

Application

Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound is designed for the sealing of joints to prevent leakage of air or other gases where operating temperatures in the range of 550ºC to 760ºC can be experienced. When applying the compound, it's helpful to identify the areas of your aircraft that will achieve the optimal operating temperature before applying the compound. For cooler systems or areas, another type of jointing compound may be preferred.

Method of Use

A thin layer of compound should be spread over each of the faces to be joined by means of a flexible knife blade or spatula. The faces should be brought into contact as soon as possible after the application of the compound. In applications where it is necessary to cure Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound in situ, the joint components must be heated to approximately 100ºC by some safe method. A hot-air blower is ideal for this purpose. Joints can be parted after service by tapping with a soft mallet, thus shattering the film of compound which becomes brittle at room temperatures after operation at elevated temperatures.

Compound still adhering to the exposed joint surfaces can be cleaned off by soaking in hot water for about one hour followed by wire brushing. Larger faces can be cleaned by applying hot water to the surfaces with a sponge or cloth, then scraping or wire brushing.

If you're in the market for a high-temperature jointing compound that's strong enough to handle your most challenging applications, reach for a tube of Fuchs 762 from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound is sold in a convenient 225-gram tube and quantity pricing is available.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Size
225 Gram
Shipping Weight
1.4 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
600021108
Schedule B Code
3214.10.1000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 2 x 2 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Light colour - almost odourless
  • Highly adhesive to metal surfaces
  • Typical applications are automotive and aircraft exhaust manifolds and turbocharger joint faces etc
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to dispense from 225g tubes
  • General Electric A 15 D 6-S (Interim Approval) - "High Temperature Jointing Compound".
  • Approved by Rolls Royce plc under MSRR 9294.
  • Recommended for use by: Pratt and Whitney, Normalair/Garret Turbochargers, Lucas CAV Turbochargers, Mikuni Carburettors
  • Included in Perkins Service Bulletin TV8.540, Jointing of Exhaust Manifold Sleeves.

Downloads

If your jointing compound just can't take the heat, it's time to upgrade to Fuchs 762 High-Temperature Jointing Compound from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 delivers optimum sealing-efficiency in high-temperature environments. In fact, maximum sealing is attained within the temperature range of 550ºC to 760ºC. However, depending on the characteristics of the joint faces involved, a satisfactory performance can be achieved over a wider temperature range. For example, the compound is known to be effective from 200ºC to 800ºC in the case of rigid joint faces of good surface finish, which are free from distortion and differential movement at the operating temperatures.

Application

Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound is designed for the sealing of joints to prevent leakage of air or other gases where operating temperatures in the range of 550ºC to 760ºC can be experienced. When applying the compound, it's helpful to identify the areas of your aircraft that will achieve the optimal operating temperature before applying the compound. For cooler systems or areas, another type of jointing compound may be preferred.

Method of Use

A thin layer of compound should be spread over each of the faces to be joined by means of a flexible knife blade or spatula. The faces should be brought into contact as soon as possible after the application of the compound. In applications where it is necessary to cure Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound in situ, the joint components must be heated to approximately 100ºC by some safe method. A hot-air blower is ideal for this purpose. Joints can be parted after service by tapping with a soft mallet, thus shattering the film of compound which becomes brittle at room temperatures after operation at elevated temperatures.

Compound still adhering to the exposed joint surfaces can be cleaned off by soaking in hot water for about one hour followed by wire brushing. Larger faces can be cleaned by applying hot water to the surfaces with a sponge or cloth, then scraping or wire brushing.

If you're in the market for a high-temperature jointing compound that's strong enough to handle your most challenging applications, reach for a tube of Fuchs 762 from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound is sold in a convenient 225-gram tube and quantity pricing is available.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Size
225 Gram
Shipping Weight
1.4 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
600021108
Schedule B Code
3214.10.1000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 2 x 2 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Light colour - almost odourless
  • Highly adhesive to metal surfaces
  • Typical applications are automotive and aircraft exhaust manifolds and turbocharger joint faces etc
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to dispense from 225g tubes
  • General Electric A 15 D 6-S (Interim Approval) - "High Temperature Jointing Compound".
  • Approved by Rolls Royce plc under MSRR 9294.
  • Recommended for use by: Pratt and Whitney, Normalair/Garret Turbochargers, Lucas CAV Turbochargers, Mikuni Carburettors
  • Included in Perkins Service Bulletin TV8.540, Jointing of Exhaust Manifold Sleeves.

Description

If your jointing compound just can't take the heat, it's time to upgrade to Fuchs 762 High-Temperature Jointing Compound from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 delivers optimum sealing-efficiency in high-temperature environments. In fact, maximum sealing is attained within the temperature range of 550ºC to 760ºC. However, depending on the characteristics of the joint faces involved, a satisfactory performance can be achieved over a wider temperature range. For example, the compound is known to be effective from 200ºC to 800ºC in the case of rigid joint faces of good surface finish, which are free from distortion and differential movement at the operating temperatures.

Application

Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound is designed for the sealing of joints to prevent leakage of air or other gases where operating temperatures in the range of 550ºC to 760ºC can be experienced. When applying the compound, it's helpful to identify the areas of your aircraft that will achieve the optimal operating temperature before applying the compound. For cooler systems or areas, another type of jointing compound may be preferred.

Method of Use

A thin layer of compound should be spread over each of the faces to be joined by means of a flexible knife blade or spatula. The faces should be brought into contact as soon as possible after the application of the compound. In applications where it is necessary to cure Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound in situ, the joint components must be heated to approximately 100ºC by some safe method. A hot-air blower is ideal for this purpose. Joints can be parted after service by tapping with a soft mallet, thus shattering the film of compound which becomes brittle at room temperatures after operation at elevated temperatures.

Compound still adhering to the exposed joint surfaces can be cleaned off by soaking in hot water for about one hour followed by wire brushing. Larger faces can be cleaned by applying hot water to the surfaces with a sponge or cloth, then scraping or wire brushing.

If you're in the market for a high-temperature jointing compound that's strong enough to handle your most challenging applications, reach for a tube of Fuchs 762 from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound is sold in a convenient 225-gram tube and quantity pricing is available.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Size
225 Gram
Shipping Weight
1.4 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
600021108
Schedule B Code
3214.10.1000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 2 x 2 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Light colour - almost odourless
  • Highly adhesive to metal surfaces
  • Typical applications are automotive and aircraft exhaust manifolds and turbocharger joint faces etc
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to dispense from 225g tubes
  • General Electric A 15 D 6-S (Interim Approval) - "High Temperature Jointing Compound".
  • Approved by Rolls Royce plc under MSRR 9294.
  • Recommended for use by: Pratt and Whitney, Normalair/Garret Turbochargers, Lucas CAV Turbochargers, Mikuni Carburettors
  • Included in Perkins Service Bulletin TV8.540, Jointing of Exhaust Manifold Sleeves.

Product Details

If your jointing compound just can't take the heat, it's time to upgrade to Fuchs 762 High-Temperature Jointing Compound from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 delivers optimum sealing-efficiency in high-temperature environments. In fact, maximum sealing is attained within the temperature range of 550ºC to 760ºC. However, depending on the characteristics of the joint faces involved, a satisfactory performance can be achieved over a wider temperature range. For example, the compound is known to be effective from 200ºC to 800ºC in the case of rigid joint faces of good surface finish, which are free from distortion and differential movement at the operating temperatures.

Application

Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound is designed for the sealing of joints to prevent leakage of air or other gases where operating temperatures in the range of 550ºC to 760ºC can be experienced. When applying the compound, it's helpful to identify the areas of your aircraft that will achieve the optimal operating temperature before applying the compound. For cooler systems or areas, another type of jointing compound may be preferred.

Method of Use

A thin layer of compound should be spread over each of the faces to be joined by means of a flexible knife blade or spatula. The faces should be brought into contact as soon as possible after the application of the compound. In applications where it is necessary to cure Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound in situ, the joint components must be heated to approximately 100ºC by some safe method. A hot-air blower is ideal for this purpose. Joints can be parted after service by tapping with a soft mallet, thus shattering the film of compound which becomes brittle at room temperatures after operation at elevated temperatures.

Compound still adhering to the exposed joint surfaces can be cleaned off by soaking in hot water for about one hour followed by wire brushing. Larger faces can be cleaned by applying hot water to the surfaces with a sponge or cloth, then scraping or wire brushing.

If you're in the market for a high-temperature jointing compound that's strong enough to handle your most challenging applications, reach for a tube of Fuchs 762 from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound is sold in a convenient 225-gram tube and quantity pricing is available.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Size
225 Gram
Shipping Weight
1.4 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
600021108
Schedule B Code
3214.10.1000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 2 x 2 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Light colour - almost odourless
  • Highly adhesive to metal surfaces
  • Typical applications are automotive and aircraft exhaust manifolds and turbocharger joint faces etc
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to dispense from 225g tubes
  • General Electric A 15 D 6-S (Interim Approval) - "High Temperature Jointing Compound".
  • Approved by Rolls Royce plc under MSRR 9294.
  • Recommended for use by: Pratt and Whitney, Normalair/Garret Turbochargers, Lucas CAV Turbochargers, Mikuni Carburettors
  • Included in Perkins Service Bulletin TV8.540, Jointing of Exhaust Manifold Sleeves.

Downloads

If your jointing compound just can't take the heat, it's time to upgrade to Fuchs 762 High-Temperature Jointing Compound from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 delivers optimum sealing-efficiency in high-temperature environments. In fact, maximum sealing is attained within the temperature range of 550ºC to 760ºC. However, depending on the characteristics of the joint faces involved, a satisfactory performance can be achieved over a wider temperature range. For example, the compound is known to be effective from 200ºC to 800ºC in the case of rigid joint faces of good surface finish, which are free from distortion and differential movement at the operating temperatures.

Application

Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound is designed for the sealing of joints to prevent leakage of air or other gases where operating temperatures in the range of 550ºC to 760ºC can be experienced. When applying the compound, it's helpful to identify the areas of your aircraft that will achieve the optimal operating temperature before applying the compound. For cooler systems or areas, another type of jointing compound may be preferred.

Method of Use

A thin layer of compound should be spread over each of the faces to be joined by means of a flexible knife blade or spatula. The faces should be brought into contact as soon as possible after the application of the compound. In applications where it is necessary to cure Renolit 762 High Temperature Jointing Compound in situ, the joint components must be heated to approximately 100ºC by some safe method. A hot-air blower is ideal for this purpose. Joints can be parted after service by tapping with a soft mallet, thus shattering the film of compound which becomes brittle at room temperatures after operation at elevated temperatures.

Compound still adhering to the exposed joint surfaces can be cleaned off by soaking in hot water for about one hour followed by wire brushing. Larger faces can be cleaned by applying hot water to the surfaces with a sponge or cloth, then scraping or wire brushing.

If you're in the market for a high-temperature jointing compound that's strong enough to handle your most challenging applications, reach for a tube of Fuchs 762 from SkyGeek. Fuchs 762 High-Temp Jointing Compound is sold in a convenient 225-gram tube and quantity pricing is available.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
Great Britain (UK)
Size
225 Gram
Shipping Weight
1.4 pounds
ECCN
EAR99
UOM
Each
Manufacturer P/N
600021108
Schedule B Code
3214.10.1000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
8 x 2 x 2 inches

Other Part Numbers

Features

  • Light colour - almost odourless
  • Highly adhesive to metal surfaces
  • Typical applications are automotive and aircraft exhaust manifolds and turbocharger joint faces etc
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to dispense from 225g tubes
  • General Electric A 15 D 6-S (Interim Approval) - "High Temperature Jointing Compound".
  • Approved by Rolls Royce plc under MSRR 9294.
  • Recommended for use by: Pratt and Whitney, Normalair/Garret Turbochargers, Lucas CAV Turbochargers, Mikuni Carburettors
  • Included in Perkins Service Bulletin TV8.540, Jointing of Exhaust Manifold Sleeves.