STP1069

    Buildings Sealants: Materials, Properties, and Performance

    O'Connor TF
    Published: 1990


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    Major concerns of the sealant industry -- the use of sealants for structural sealant glazing; identification and quantification of the effects of movement on sealants; continuing laboratory investigation of sealant performance under various environmental factors; and the inservice performance of sealants -- are addressed in this peer-reviewed publication from ASTM. For sealant manufacturers, glazing contractors, architects, building owners, waterproofing contractors, curtain wall contractors, sealant testing laboratories, and glass fabricators.


    Table of Contents

    Overview

    Resistance of Structural Silicones to Creep Rupture and Fatigue

    Sealant Stresses in Structural Glazing: A Mathematical Model

    Changes in Seal Shapes of Structurally Glazed Insulating Glass Units

    Structural Silicone Sealant Requirements for Attaching Stone Panels for Exterior Applications

    Comparison of European and U.S. Testing/Qualification Procedures for Structural Glazing Silicone Sealants

    Structural Glazing from a Curtain Wall Designer's Perspective

    Sealant Stresses in Tension and Shear

    Behavior of Fillet Sealant Joints

    Experimental Work Carried out in Support of the Development of an International Standard on Movement Capability of Sealants

    Design of Sealant Joints

    Temperature and Moisture Effects on the Engineering Properties of Silicone Sealants

    Adhesive Properties of Silicone Sealants

    The Influence of Heat Ageing on One-Part Construction Silicone Sealants

    The Water Resistance of Sealants for Construction

    Use of Q-U-V to Predict the Edge Compatibility of Commercial Sealants with Laminated Glass

    Criteria for Design and Testing of Sealants Used in Single-Ply Roofing and Waterproofing Systems

    Polyurethane - A Simple Method of Selecting Polyurethane Sealants for Your Particular Application

    Silicon Modified Polyethers for Moisture Cured Sealants

    Sealant Back-up Material and New Developments

    European Experiences of Sealants in Service, Correlation to Results from Laboratory Tests

    Sealant Usage for Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems

    Why Construction Sealants Fail -- An Overview

    Status of High-Rise Building Sealants in the U.S.

    Architectural Design Challenges for Sealant Technology and Design Standards

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: C24

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1069-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5129-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1282-7

    ASTM International is a member of CrossRef.

    0-8031-1282-3
    978-0-8031-1282-7
    STP1069-EB