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Duralac is a chromate containing jointing compound designed to inhibit electrolytic decomposition between dissimilar metals – often called galvanic corrosion.

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Duralac Anti Corrosive Jointing Compound 500ml Can (Meets DTD 369B)

Silmid P/N: D130500500
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Duralac is a chromate containing jointing compound designed to inhibit electrolytic decomposition between dissimilar metals – often called galvanic corrosion.

Technical Information

  • UN Number 1263 CL3
  • Commodity Code 32089091
  • Country of Origin United Kingdom

Please Note: This product contains Barium chromate, which is regulated under the Poisons Act 1972. Due to this, the manufacturer is phasing out the Duralac standard product, but Duralac Green is available which is "chromate free".

DISCONTINUING: This product is due to be discontinued. For information regarding alternative products please contact us on info@silmid.com or call +44 (0)1675 432850.

Data Sheets

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Product Properties

Pack Size
500ml Can
Product Colour
Yellow
Brand
Duralac
Manufacturer Name
Llewellyn Ryland
Manufacturer Part Number
A1305 500ML

Specifications

NSN Reference
8030-99-220-2110
British Military
Meets DTD 369

Please Note: Specifications and approvals are subject to change at any time. Users should always consult their AMM or the OEM when selecting products to ensure items have the release needed. Only specifications listed on the order confirmation will be certified on the Silmid CofC.

Product Information

Duralac is supplied ready for use and must not be thinned. It is best applied by brush. When Duralac is applied to metal or other surfaces the volatile solvent evaporates and the compound sets to the touch, but remains tacky for a considerable period.

It is important that the joint should be closed while Duralac is still tacky to ensure that it will flow sufficiently under pressure to close the gaps in the joint. It will harden somewhat if a thin film is left exposed to the atmosphere for a long period and this will prevent the making of a close joint.

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