NovaFlex Ultra-Low Migration High Impact Glazing Sealant has been approved as part of the system to obtain Miami-Dade and HVHZ approval for glazing applications.
Engineered to prevent any harm from coming to the IG secondary seal, NovaFlex Ultra-Low Migration High Impact Glazing Sealant develops a sure bond to most substrates and offers extremely high tensile strength to provide the longest lasting seal possible for high impact windows.
- High tensile strength
- Low reactivity
- Miami-Dade (Part of impact resistant systems for windows)
- Excellent UV and chemical resistance
- Deep section cure
- Excellent primerless adhesion to various substrates
- High elongation
NovaFlex Ultra-Low Migration High Impact Glazing Sealant is a non-corrosive, single-component, oxime silicone sealant and/or adhesive. A non-flowable paste, it is designed to have ultra-low plasticizer migration into the IG secondary seal. This protects other window components from attack and degradation. This conforms to the new recommendation of IG manufacturers on all Impact Window fabrication to ensure a long-lasting seal. This product has been approved as part of the system to obtain Miami-Dade and HVHZ approval for glazing applications.
Ultra-Low Migration High Impact Glazing Sealant is recommended for window manufacturing/glazing for window systems built to Miami-Dade standards, and other glazing applications requiring high tensile strength.
Ultra-Low Migration High Impact Glazing Sealant is available in translucent, gray, or black, or can be custom matched to any color.
Meets or exceeds the performance characteristics of AAMA 803.3 (I), 808.3.
This product is available in the following formats:
- 10 ounce cartridge
- 55 gallon drum
Appearance Viscosity Extrusion Rate
1/8” Orifice @ 50 psi
Skin Over Time
3/8” @ 50% RH & 77°F
3/8” @ 50% RH & 77°F
Paste (Various Colors) 5,000 – 15,000 poises (Brookfield #7 @ 10 rpm) 30 – 60 grams/minute 5 – 10 minutes 48 hours (28 days for OEM window applications)
Slump (Flow) Specific Gravity Tensile Strength
Service Temperature Application Temperature Adhesion
Joint Sealant Designation
No Slump 1.05 – 1.10 400 – 500 psi 400 – 500% 30 – 35 pli 40 +/- 5 -40°F to 400°F (-40°C to 204°C) -20°F to 160°F(-29°C to 71°C) Glass: 14 – 18 pli Aluminum: 14 – 18 pli Wood: 14 – 18 pli -- -- --
Specifications AAMA 803.3 (I) and 808.3
- Product Specifications