Heating Element, 1200W at 125V, 930W at 110V UL

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Ben Piff asked:
posted on Oct 14, 2014 11:12PM

Gasket

How long does the sealant need to cure for? Or can the machine be warmed up immediately? This sealant seems very thin, almost greasy.

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Sanfam aswered:
In general, the sealant should be allowed to cure for at least several hours before exposing it to water, heat, or pressure.  As with most epoxies, I would give it a full 24 hour window to be certain.

Ben Piff asked:
posted on Aug 18, 2014 12:46PM

Gasket

Is the teflon gasket included? If not, what's the part number?

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Todd Salzman aswered:
Expobar does not use a Teflon gasket any longer.  We have good NSF approved sealant that we use.  Give us a call and we can send some out to you.  
Ben Piff aswered:
Thanks Todd, having never used a sealant I'm a little nervous, but will be installing my new element soon!

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