CHG - M90-1012 - Metallic Food Grade Silicone Caulk Cartridge

SKU: 36506
Price: $5.73/EA
Shipping Info: Stock item, same day shipping M-F

Metallic Food Grade Silicone Caulk Cartridge Features

  • Silicone Caulk Cartridge
  • Seals & bonds stainless steel, all types of metals, glass, plastics & rubber
  • -85° to 350° F temperature rating
  • Flexible, waterproof & fast curing
  • Fits all standard caulking guns
  • UL & FDA Listed
  • NSF certified
  • Can replace EC Sundries M90-1012
  • FitsBrand: CHG


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CHGMetallic Food Grade Silicone Caulk Cartridge

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FDA Approved Caulk

By Sheila

from Las Vegas

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  • Durable
  • Easy to Clean
  • Functional


    Best Uses

    • Big Event
    • Casual Dining
    • Everyday
    • Formal Dining
    • Large Restaurant
    • Small Restaurant

    Comments about CHG Metallic Food Grade Silicone Caulk Cartridge:

    Great Product that yields Great Results.


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    By FloJo

    from Lancaster,S.C.

    Comments about CHG Metallic Food Grade Silicone Caulk Cartridge:

    I could not believe how fast the product was shipped.I was very impressed with the packing also.

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    4 Questions | 5 Answers
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    • Q:

      Is this clear silicone?
      Asked on 2/28/2018 by Jim from Kansas

      2 answers

      • A:

        No, this is silver metallic caulk used to fill seams where two stainless steel surfaces meet. Food grade and cleanable. 
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 3/1/2018 by dallen1804 from undisclosed
      • A:

        This caulk looks like the stainless steel that is found in most commercial kitchens.

        Answered on 3/1/2018 by hhmechanical2013 from undisclosed
    • Q:

      What will work best for sealing the stainless steel counter in my dish room to the plastic water proof wall and imopen 24 hours so hopefully something that cures or will be at least water proof pretty quik
      Asked on 6/12/2016 by Dalton

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer


        This sealant will work perfectly for what you are trying to fix up. It is fast curing but I would give it some time to cure thoroughly since it will be around water constantly.

        Answered on 6/14/2016 by Steve from Boulder
    • Q:

      I have a need in my nano-brewery to seal two stainless steel surfaces (a lid to a fermenting tank) then remove the lid after fermenting. Food grade is all I can use without contaminating the beer, I think, but I have never done this before. If I can seal the lid, where the lid and tank come into contact, without contamination, thus preventing leakage out the contact surface areas, and still remove the lid later, then I think I can probably salvage these tanks. Temperature is not an issue and the only consideration is contamination and removability. Some pressure does build up during fermentation and we are unable to stop beer from leaking out around the current gasket system that we now use, so, I am hoping to exclude the gasket and simply use food grade silicone instead. Could this be a solution?
      Asked on 4/4/2016 by GW

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer


        This is meant to seal seal or fill gaps permanently. This would not be a great replacement for a gasket. We do sell rolls of gaskets that would work better.

        Answered on 4/5/2016 by Steve from Boulder
    • Q:

      Could this be used to seal undermount stainless sink to wood counter top?
      Asked on 2/9/2013 by Teddy

      1 answer

      • A:

        Hi Teddy. Thanks for contacting Tundra Restaurant Supply with your question.

        The CHG M90-1012 Metallic Food Grade Silicone Caulk will suit your sealing needs (stainless sink to wood counter top). You should have brackets actually holding the sink in place, and the caulk will work for sealing the gaps.

        Here is a more detailed product data sheet for the caulk that includes its limitations for your convenience:

        Answered on 2/11/2013 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
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