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Q:Can CHG-M90-1014 be applied in a 0 degree environment ?
A:The CHG - M90-1014 has a -85° to 350° F temperature rating.
Q:Will this product seal a crack in a 5 gallon glass container which is being used for fermentation of Beer or other food fermentation needs?
A:This may certainly seal the crack as a temporary remedy, but also know that this Sealant is not necessarily designed as bonding agent such as glue. Just also note that silicone sealing can be a rather messy task to ensure a quality seal on a round glass jar.
Q:How long does it take for this product to cure? And does it cure like a adhisive, or does it stay some what soft like chalk.
A:This caulk cures in about 15 minutes.
Q:Is it micowave safe?
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Q:Is this both NSF 51 and NSF 61 certified?
A:It is NSF Listed Standard 51 according to the manufacturer and NSF: http://www.flamegard.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/M90-1014-White-Silicone-Product-Data-Sheet-rev1-11-13.pdf and http://info.nsf.org/Certified/Food/Listings.asp?Company=C0079326&Standard=051.
Q:Can I use this to seal a small crack in a cooler?
A:Yes, you can use this to seal a small crack in a cooler.
Q:Plastic,brass, copper, stainless steal
A:The data sheet for this product does not mention any specific contraindication to lactic acids. However, this product is not recommended for solvents or for fully submerged applications.
A:This sealant should work just fine.
Q:Is it Non-volatile odors?
A:This is going to have the typical silicone odor. That smell is basically par for the course for this type of sealant.
Q:Is this product dishwasher safe?
A:To answer your question, not really. That's not the intended use of this product. Though it may survive in the dishwasher, this caulk wasn't designed for your intended application, so there is really no way to tell if it's officially "dishwasher safe."
Q:I need to make a food grade silicone stopper that are for large canisters, will this work?
A:I am sorry, this food grade silicone will not work. You will need some sort of epoxy to make the stopper.