Deacon 3100 is a thermal reactive sealing compound of high temperature, pressure, and chemical tolerance that was designed to provide superior sealing performance on metal-to-metal surfaces, without chemical adhesion. This extruded putty-like material maintains characteristics of flexibility and pliability in its full range of operation so as to fill voids, cracks, and steam cuts. In the presence of heat, Deacon 3100 will form a mechanical ("mechanical-type”) seal. Deacon 3100 will not cement the flanges together, thus, it will not interfere with future repairs of metal-to-metal joints. Deacon 3100 is not affected by thermal cycling.
Deacon 3100 products have a temperature range of 200ºF to 950º. These products are ideally suited for metal-to-metal joint applications in pipeline or containment vessels that direct the flow of numerous industrial substances in gaseous, liquid, or solid form.