P/S 890 Class A is an aircraft integral fuel tank sealant. It has a service temperature range from -65°F (-54°C) to 250°F (121°C), with intermittent excursions up to 275°F (135°C).
This material is designed for brush and fay sealing of fuel tanks and other aircraft fuselge sealing applications. The cured sealant maintains excellent elastomeric properties after prolonged exposure to both jet fuel and aviation gas.
P/S 890 Class A is a two-part, manganese dioxide cured polysulfide compound. The uncured material is suitable for applicaiton by brush in thickness up to 25 mils. It cures at room temperature to form a resilient sealant having excellent adhesion to common aircraft substrates.
Its a bit wetter and more pliable than B30 or B2. I used it to fill a small pin home fuel leak and then cover the area liberally so no chance of a re-leak. Good stuff but I recommend having a gun with nozzle to apply it.
Usually totally satisfied with the quick and accurate service from Aircraft Spruce. But two comments on this item which might help improve service. 1) Ditto on the other comment on not including the nozzle. PITA â€¦ Glad I noticed it was not included or I would have been delayed (and would have had to pay extra shipping charges to get the $1.15 nozzle. 2) Someone at ACS taped the ACS label right on top of the mixing and other instructions on the product packaging. Duh...
The Pro Seal is great but Spruce should have included a nozzle with the kit! The nozzles cost almost nothing unless you have to make a separate order and incur shipping charges!
Yes, this is a one time use, cartridge SEM kit. Part A is in the cartridge, and Part B is in a tube which is inserted in the cartridge while mixing. Once mixed, attach the nozzle provided and insert the cartridge in your dispensing gun, and apply. Dispensing gun is sold separately.
Yes, it is not considered hazardous material for shipping.