Reliable Sikaflex stockists?

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  1. Trikeman

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    Hi All,
    I'm after a couple of tubes of Sikaflex 512 - not getting from ebay as a lot have like three days before expiry - some don't say so a bit risky, seems a lot are trying to jettison their old stock.

    Anyone know a good place to get it?

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    Trikeman. :Wink:
     
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    Cak Tanks sell it @ Kenilworth on the internet as LEISURELINES.net

    HTH
     
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    I bought some at Screwfix. You can check/order on-line.
     
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    Hi Graham,
    I tried Screwfix first as there's one near me but they don't seem to stock it - well not according to their website. They have Sikaflex EBT? whatever that is and something called 'sticks like shit to a blanket'?? but don't want to take risks with solar panel fitment.
    :Laughing:

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    Amazon sell a large range-I assume it's 512 that you want and they stock that.
    Mike
     
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    Trikeman,

    I have successfully used Wurth Bond & Seal, and have been very pleased with the results. :thumb: I stored the tube at room temperature before using it externally.

    I am not recommending that particular supplier. I am however just using their link to price the product. Here's the link to the manufacturer's technical spec.

    Cheers for now,

    Jock.
     
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    Sorry, didn't notice the 512 bit.

    However, before I bought I did some Googling. From memory, I read that 512 is the branding used to sell EBT at higher prices for use on motorhomes/caravans :Smile:

    EBT worked fine for me but I agree with Trikeman - warm it up before use because it doesn't half take some squeezing out of the gun when cold :Smile:
     
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