Super 3000 Premium Refractory Cement Mix

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Super 3000 Premium Refractory Cement

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A premium quality, super-duty mortar best for masonry to masonry bond applications. Super 3000 Cement is a premixed air and heat setting mortar which withstands temperatures up to 3000° F and resists freezing down to 0° F. Super 3000 Cement is gray in color and it contains a sodium silicate binder that eliminates the need to dampen the brick during application. This makes it shrink resistant, while giving it exceptional strength and workability. Available with or without grit, both styles should be stored in an area where the temperature is above freezing, yet not above 90° F. If product freezes during shipping, it should be thawed and thoroughly mixed before usage. Coverage is 4 to 6 square feet per gallon (8.35 pounds) when applied to a thickness of 1/8" to 1/4" thick. Super 3000 Cement has a maximum application thickness of 1/4".

Per the manufacturer's directions, this cement must be heated to a minimum of 250° F for a minimum of 1 hour to cure properly.

The Super 3000 Cement for Troweling is without grit
The Super 3000 With Grit for Parging contains sand to give it a gritty consistency

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  • Material: Refractory Cement Mix | Sodium Silicate Binding Agent
  • Color: Grey
  • Size: 55 Pounds
  • Minimum Cure Temp: 250° F
  • Minimum Cure Time: 1 hour
  • Withstands Maximum Temperature: 3000° F
  • Resists Freezing: Yes (To 0° F)
  • Shrink Resistant: Yes
  • Coverage Area: 4 to 6 Square Feet Per Gallon
  • Maximum Thickness Application: 1/4 Inch

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I have a wood chip boiler and need to repair the refractory, am I better off using the super #3000 with grit or without grit? Yellow cover or white cover?

Asked by Bruce Vanden Akker | 07-24-2016, 08:30 AM | 1 answer(s)
Last updated on November 7th 2018.