Jurassic Gel 4540 Reef Adhesive

Jurassic Gel 4540 Reef Adhesive
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Why does BRS recommend this?


Jurassic Gel is Bulk Reef Supplies number one choice for super glue when aquascaping in a dry tank.  The large 200 gram tube allows you to liberally use the super glue to make an ultra-stable aquascape.  The glue is just thick enough to bridge small gaps and gives a much more natural look than epoxy putties. 


 


High strength clear adhesive for your saltwater aquarium from Paleo Bond. Use Jurassic Gel as a structural adhesive for your aquarium live rock and for attaching coral frags. Full cure in several hours.



  • 20g tube has built in applicator

  • 200g tube comes with 2 applicators

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Why does BRS recommend this?

Jurassic Gel is Bulk Reef Supplies number one choice for super glue when aquascaping in a dry tank.  The large 200 gram tube allows you to liberally use the super glue to make an ultra-stable aquascape.  The glue is just thick enough to bridge small gaps and gives a much more natural look than epoxy putties. 

 

High strength clear adhesive for your saltwater aquarium from Paleo Bond. Use Jurassic Gel as a structural adhesive for your aquarium live rock and for attaching coral frags. Full cure in several hours.

  • 20g tube has built in applicator
  • 200g tube comes with 2 applicators
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Jurassic Gel 4540 Reef Adhesive

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20g Jurassic Gel
SKU: 207817
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200g Jurassic Gel
SKU: 207818
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Can Jurassic Gel be used on rock after it has been cycled? I purchased dry live rock and need to cycle it before gluing in place.
Question by: Derek Crawford on Mar 14, 2016 8:34:00 PM
This will cure to wet and dry rock no problem! Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Mar 15, 2016 4:34:00 PM
Does this cure underwater? Or do I have to take out my live rock from the tank?
Question by: Amber Hammerel on Jul 20, 2016 6:08:00 PM
Hi Amber,
Super Glue will cure very rapidly underwater. We do not recommend putting the tube underwater since it will clog the tip very quickly. If you can either, do a large water change to expose the rocks, then glue them into place, and filling the tank back up will help cure the glue faster too. We actually like using epoxy when we need to work with an adhesive underwater that we cannot remove from the water since it doesn’t react to saltwater like super glue does.
Answer by: Charlie (Admin) on Jul 21, 2016 7:29:00 AM
can u use this product in a tank with wet live rock without cycling or curing again
Question by: steven pruessner on Mar 25, 2016 11:57:00 AM
Great question!
This can be used in an established tank with live rock to hold it together even while wet. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Mar 28, 2016 10:51:00 AM

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High strength clear adhesive for your saltwater aquarium from Paleo Bond. Use Jurassic Gel as a structural adhesive for your aquarium live rock and for attaching coral frags. Full cure in several hours.


  • 20g tube has built in applicator
  • 200g tube comes with 2 applicators

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  • Jurassic Gel & Insta-Set prefect together By Philly Phish on 10/28/2016

    I purchased 400g of Jurassic glue and 4 oz of Insta-set accelerator to do some aquascaping for my new 120g aquarium. Wow, the Fuji live dry rock bonded in seconds the first phase of my aquascaping is nearly complete. Took hours to figure out how I wanted the aquascape to look and mere seconds to bond. I have limited experience with this product, but seems as if bonding corals to frag plugs or wet live rock should be an issue either in or out of the tank. Very happy with both products!
  • Great Product By Michael on 1/27/2016

    I just used this when re doing my tank with Walt smith 2.1 rock. I created two large towers with one of the towers having a nice arch coming out of it. Make sure you buy the accelerator as well though, it really makes a difference.

    I used fiberglass rods too on the arch just to be safe and it held really well.
  • Ok product By Shaun on 1/17/2016

    I used this glue when putting together a 190 gal tank with dried pukani, worked great for aquascaping while rocks are dry, I tried using it to glue some frags onto rocks after tank was up and running, no go, not very good underwater, I tried several times just souldn't get a bond to rocks no matter what I tried.
  • Well Worth it By Brian on 11/18/2015

    I was having an issue with aquascaping some dry rock. I was using the 2 part putty and I could not get it to stay the way I wanted. so, I ordered the Jurassic glue since I knew I needed a lot. This glue was great it bonded my rock work together quickly and with a very strong bond. Tip for any users if you add a very small amount of baking soda the glue is rock hard and solid in under a minute..... happy reefing
  • works great By Mark on 5/15/2015

    I used this to setup a new tank with 200 lbs of dry rock. It works like thick super glue. I used it while the rock was dry to lock it in place.
  • best for aquascaping By Jeff on 1/11/2014

    best product around for aquascaping dry rock
  • Good for small rocks outside, not that good for inside the tank work By Nish on 10/21/2013

    Firstly, its very expensive and doesn't dry that fast, even outside the tank it doesnt dry that fast.

    Inside the water I tried to join a small piece and it wont stick even after I used lots of Gel. Not going to use this for large rocks.

  • Good for Frags Bad in the aquarium By russell on 10/10/2013

    This product works well on frags outside the aquarium but just takes for ever if you are putting it on something and trying to place it in the aquarium. So for fragging outside the tank it is ok but aquascaping in the tank it sucks at best.