Quart Pint Empty Caulking Tubes w/plunger for standard caulk gun 10.1 12.3.5 oz. capacity. Bathroom, bath tub, shower; epoxy, silicone, sealant cartridges. Made of cardboard structure with aluminum foil liner and plastic plunger. Disposable container and can be refilled prior to curing of the compound mixture. This fillable or re-fillable applicator is the perfect system in the west! Resistant to solvents, thinner, and water. For pumping, dispensing, injecting or laying a bead of your own mixture of resin, glue, filler and pastes into voids, holes, cavities and delamination of composites, fiberglass, plastics and wood applications. Perfect for boat marine, tub bottom, fabricating or home remodeling rot removal projects.
Control caulk bead size and injection width by cutting the length of the plastic tip. Many find the ready to fill Quart (Qt) size tube easiest to dispense their own mixture into due to the wider opening size.
Other uses: Decorating and dispensing icing, decorations, and toppings for baking. These cartridges are a great alternative to pastry bags, syringes, and squeeze tubes. Not FDA approved. Easy to sterilize. Wash prior to food dispensing recommended. Resistant to solvents, thinner, and water during sterilization and cleaning after dispensing grease and oil based products.
Available sizes: (All packs come with plastic plunger plug)
Pint (Pt) Most common (standard) size 16 oz. (ounce) Will hold approximately 10 to 12 oz when filled by hand. Fill to 10.1, 11.3 or 12.5 ounce. However, actual capacity will vary.
Quart (Qt) Larger size (extra large), easy to fill 32 oz. (ounce) approximate capacity is 28, 29 or 30 oz. Can fill extra to 31 ounce, but may have little room to place the plunger.
Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2015
The empty caulk tubes worked well for my purpose of injecting floor tile repair material into hollow spaces. I was not able to find these empty tubes in any local outlets.
Posted by Josh on 23rd May 2012
I bought these empty caulking tubes for my boat remodeling project. I filled them with thickened resin to make a repair to my fiberglass deck and they worked perfectly.