How long does the sealant need to cure for? Or can the machine be warmed up immediately? This sealant seems very thin, almost greasy.
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.
Is the teflon gasket included? If not, what's the part number?
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.
Thanks Todd, having never used a sealant I'm a little nervous, but will be installing my new element soon!
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