Silverliner Liquid Aluminum Kiln Sealer is a totally new interior sealer designed for lumber drying kilns. Silverliner is a blend of pure Silberline Aluminum in a base of the highest grade of fiberglass reinforced Gilsonite Asphalt. Silverliner reconditions and insulates the interior of lumber dry kilns, forming the bright, reflective, corrosion-resistant barrier your kiln maintenance requires. Silverliner is formulated to reflect heat back inside the kiln for more efficient lumber drying. Special additives provide extra adhesive strength for a tight seal to vertical metal, masonry, and wood surfaces.
SILVERLINER IS THE LUMBER DRY KILN SEALER THAT MAKES CONVENTIONAL BLACK ASPHALT SEALERS OBSOLETE!
- ONE COAT APPLICATION - Silverliner goes much farther and lasts at least twice as long as conventional black sealers
- Drying time reduced by up to 25% to give you greater capacity
- Rejects reduced dramatically through more consistent temperature and humidity control
- Fuel consumption slashed as Silverliner reflects heat back into the kiln to prevent heat loss
- No costly labor is needed for application
Lower kiln maintenance costs for more profitable operation!
Kilns are subject to extreme attack by heat, humidity and wood acids in the drying of lumber. Silverliner sets up an aluminum shield between these elements and the kiln walls with minimal down time, permitting pin point control of temperature and humidity lowering costs through fuel savings and improving lumber quality by reducing rejects while extending the life of the kiln.
Can Silverliner be used on kilns that manufacture brick or tile?
ABSOLUTELY NOT. Silverliner has been formulated for use only in lumber dry kilns. We do not recommend Silverliner for use in any brick, tile, or ceramic manufacturing kiln as temperatures are greatly in excess of maximum limitations for use of any liquid kiln coating.
Porous Surfaces: 1 gallon per 50 sq. ft.
Smooth Surfaces: 1 gallon per 75 sq. ft.
* Available in 5 gallon or 55 gallon quantities. 30 gallon minimum orders. *
How is Silverliner applied?
Apply Silverliner by brush, roller, or using Pace's seamless spray method. On very small kiln jobs, the brush and roller methods can be used, but in all other cases, seamless spray is 2 to 3 times faster.
Are skilled applicators needed?
Absolutely not. Anyone can effectively apply SILVERLINER with brush, roller or AIRLESS SEAMLESS SPRAY with professional results. How to apply information is furnished on each container. High-cost outside contractors are never necessary.
How quickly can Silverliner be applied?
Using our seamless spray equipment, two people can seal the average sized kiln in one-half day. One operates the pole gun; the second transfers the pump from one barrel to the other and operates the air compressor. Seamless spray gives your kiln operator the most economical method for faster application and lowest labor cost per square foot!
How much down time is necessary?
Only long enough to cool the kiln and remove dirt, loose particles and scale prior to applying Silverliner using our one coat methodology. Most kilns can be sealed and back in operation in 24 hours.
Is it necessary to patch the surface before applying Silverliner
Missing mortar, large cracks; other larger openings should be patched with Silverliner Cement. Silverliner Liquid Aluminum Kiln Sealer can then be applied immediately.
Are there temperature limitations for applying Silverliner?
Apply Silverliner at temperatures between 60° F and 100° F. For most kiln maintenance applications, this means Silverliner could be used any time of the year.