BSI - Bob Smith Industries, Inc. 116H Insta-Cure Gel .7 oz. (20 g)

BSI116H
$6.99 Excl. tax
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INCLUDES: one 20gm tube of IC-GEL™ Gel glue ...More information

Product description

IC-GEL™ is a cyanoacrylate paste that is extremely thick which comes in an applicator tube like toothpaste. It has the same bonding and curing time characteristics as MAXI-CURE™; IC-Gel™, however, can be applied to a vertical surface and will stay in place. It will not run. This can be very convenient for some assembly applications. Applying CA to the bottom of a horizontal surface, such as a ceiling, can be very difficult with anything other than a full standard CA bottle. IC-GEL™ can be applied at any angle with just a squeeze of the tube. The gel does, however, have a tendency to continue to come out of the tube for about a second after pressure is released, so this must be taken into account to apply the exact amount of IC-GEL™ that you want.

Works Good On:

  • Water-Resistant
  • Reinforcing
  • Coral Frags

Works Good On:

  • Balsa Wood
  • Soft Wood
  • Hard Wood
  • Glass & Metal
  • Fiberglass
  • Ceramics
  • Hard Plastics
  • Rubber

Screw on top and cap unit to puncture seal on the tube. Remove cap and apply IC-GEL™ to one surface, and then hold parts tightly together. Sets in 10-25 seconds. Replace cap immediately after use. Store in a cool dry place.

IC-GEL™ can be applied to a vertical surface and will stay in place. It will not run. IC-GEL™ can be applied at any angle with just a squeeze of the tube.

IC-GEL’s™ most popular application is for the bonding of fragments of live coral (frags) to underwater rocks in aquariums. It has proven to be non-toxic to aquatic organisms and provides instant bonding for the propagation of the coral.

IC-GEL™ is also an excellent putty for plastic models. It will fill any void and can be formed to many shapes. Applying INSTA-SET™ allows IC-GEL™ to be sanded or filed to final shape in less than 20 seconds.

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