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Neutral Cure Silicone Sealants
Sealants are types of seal that are extensively used for filling up undesired gaps and cracks that may cause the leakage of fluids, gases or any substance. RTV408 Industrial and Construction Silicone from CRL is a neutral cure, medium modulus, pure silicone sealant that is developed through a moisture curing process to ensure that the sealant is cured to a strong and flexible rubber. It is compatible with insulating glass glazing and features primerless adhesion to most surfaces.
Another widely used sealant is the Dow Corning® 795, which is a one part component, offers average flexibility and features a neutral cure silicone architectural-grade composition. Consisting of a non-sagging silicone substance, this sealant cures to a medium-modulus silicone rubber with exposure to moisture in the atmosphere. Joint performance does not change significantly with aging or exposure to weather, and it remains unaffected by sunlight, rain, snow, ultraviolet radiation, atmospheric contamination, ozone, and temperature extremes. This category has other sealants like UltraGlaze Silicone Structural Glazing Sealant, Silicone Structural Adhesive, Spectrem 2 High Performance Silicone Sealant, and more. In case of any queries, our online executive is there to guide you through products.