PR-2225 Class B is an electrically conductive, corrosion inhibitive sealant. It has a service temperature range from -65°F (-54°C) to 300°F (149°C), with intermittent excursions up to 400°F (204°C).
The cured sealant provides excellent electrical conductivity and EMI/RFI shielding. This material acts as an effective barrier against the common causes of corrosion on aluminum alloys or between dissimilar metals. PR-2225 Class B is a two-part, nickel filled, condensation cured silicone compound.
The uncured material is a low sag, thixotropic paste suitable for application by extrusion gun or spatula. It cures at room temperature to form a resilient sealant having excellent adhesion to common aircraft substrates and is compatible with polysulfide sealants.
Immediately before applying sealant to primed substrates, the surfaces should be cleaned with solvents. Contaminants such as dirt, grease, and/or processing lubricants must be removed prior to sealant application.
A progressive cleaning procedure should be employed using appropriate solvents and a new lint-free cloth conforming to AMS 3819. (Reclaimed solvents or tissue paper should not be used.) Always pour solvent on the cloth to avoid contaminating the solvent supply.
Wash one small area at a time. It is important that the surface is dried with a second clean cloth prior to the solvent evaporating to prevent the redeposition of contaminants on the substrate. Substrate composition can vary greatly.
This can affect sealant adhesion. It is recommended that adhesion characteristics to a specific substrate be determined prior to application on production parts or assemblies.