Everbuild Foam Sealant Joint Backer Rod 10mm x 10 Metre £3.15 delivered @ SealantSupplies/ebay
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Everbuild Foam Sealant Joint Backer Rod 10mm x 10 Metre £3.15 delivered @ SealantSupplies/ebay

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Posted 20th Feb
Everbuild Foam Sealant Joint Backer Rod, non-absorbent compressible grey closed cell polyethene foam backup material. It is inserted into a joint to control sealant depth and create a backstop to allow proper sealant tooling.

Joint Backer Rod is a non-absorbent compressible white closed cell polyethene foam backup material. It is inserted into a joint to control sealant depth and create a backstop to allow proper sealant tooling.

Colour: Grey
BENEFITS

– Quick and easy to apply.
– Reduces sealant usage
– Improves sealant performance by obtaining easily the correct joint dimensions.
– Flexible – won’t bubble or blister.

RECOMMENDED FOR
– Reducing the depth of joints in construction/glazing use.
– Creating a backstop to allow proper sealant tooling.

STORAGE
Store in original container in cool dry conditions
away from sunlight.
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NO idea what this is.

Ordered, HEAT!
JJ6920/02/2020 20:51

How bad would the position be to need a 30mm gap filler


About 3 kids
ssc120/02/2020 20:26

Gap filler. Various thicknesses also available.


Don't push it - I'm not buying variable thicknesses of something I know nothing about!
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NO idea what this is.

Ordered, HEAT!
Gollywood20/02/2020 20:22

NO idea what this is.Ordered, HEAT!


Gap filler. Various thicknesses also available.
Ain't got a clue either but sure I'll need it one day
ssc120/02/2020 20:26

Gap filler. Various thicknesses also available.


Don't push it - I'm not buying variable thicknesses of something I know nothing about!
How bad would the position be to need a 30mm gap filler
JJ6920/02/2020 20:51

How bad would the position be to need a 30mm gap filler


About 3 kids
The comments never disappoint. Heat
I don't even know why I'm in here looking at this ,,but it gave me a laugh ,
JJ6920/02/2020 20:51

How bad would the position be to need a 30mm gap filler


That would be for expansion joints on bridge decks or concrete pads etc
Ideal for expansion joints in imprinted concrete drives before topping up with silicone .
Need this and never knew it existed!
Would this be any good for putting between UPVC window and the concrete blocks the window goes in? My garage window has started leaking (the silicone is old and knackered). I pulled some of the old silicone away and the gap has been previously filled with expanding foam (and that's all disintegrating as it's old). I've temporarily filled the worst bit with some new expanding foam. Just wondering if I should redo the lot and use this instead of expanding foam (before applying new silicone)?

Need to do similar to the garage door too.... any advice please?
Would this product be any good to fill the gap between the skirting and wooden flooring?
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Lol
mcbain21/02/2020 09:13

Would this be any good for putting between UPVC window and the concrete …Would this be any good for putting between UPVC window and the concrete blocks the window goes in? My garage window has started leaking (the silicone is old and knackered). I pulled some of the old silicone away and the gap has been previously filled with expanding foam (and that's all disintegrating as it's old). I've temporarily filled the worst bit with some new expanding foam. Just wondering if I should redo the lot and use this instead of expanding foam (before applying new silicone)?Need to do similar to the garage door too.... any advice please?


Spray foam doesn't usually deteriorate unless its exposed directly to sunlight
mcbain21/02/2020 09:13

Would this be any good for putting between UPVC window and the concrete …Would this be any good for putting between UPVC window and the concrete blocks the window goes in? My garage window has started leaking (the silicone is old and knackered). I pulled some of the old silicone away and the gap has been previously filled with expanding foam (and that's all disintegrating as it's old). I've temporarily filled the worst bit with some new expanding foam. Just wondering if I should redo the lot and use this instead of expanding foam (before applying new silicone)?Need to do similar to the garage door too.... any advice please?


Get some tp600 Compriband and push into the gap, does the job of expanding foam and silicone and no mess
gazdoubleu21/02/2020 14:44

Spray foam doesn't usually deteriorate unless its exposed directly to …Spray foam doesn't usually deteriorate unless its exposed directly to sunlight


It hasn't been exposed to sunlight but damp got to it and it's over 10 Yr old. Seems to have gone powdery
Read this sprayfoam.com/for…056

There's mention of an old type of urea formaldehyde foam maybe you have something similar. I've used the stuff in the op's post by the way on all sorts of bits and bobs, it has a similar consistency to grey pipe lagging, maybe slightly denser if you think it will be useful. I don't think pu foams sold today are likely to turn to powder or rot unless exposed to sunlight and the remedy for that is to overpaint.
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