The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients

Sealants Channel
Literally, a Sealant is a viscous material which becomes solid after application. The main uses of a sealant are either to form a protection barrier, to seal two substrates together, or to fill gaps or holes. Basically this is a material which has the adhesive and cohesive properties to form a seal. Main market applications are building and construction, transportation and Do-It-Yourself. Main types: Elastic sealants have high recovery (over 70%), Plastic sealants display only slight or no recovery at all (up to 20%) and Elasto-plastic and plasto-elastic sealants with properties in between.

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Oct 24, 2016 | Webinar

Monday Oct 24 2016

By Jürgen Fritz

Are you looking for improved adhesion and mechanical properties in silicones systems? Are you struggling to get improved adhesion on critical substrates like PVC? Are you looking for solutions to...

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Mar 25, 2015 | Webinar

Wednesday Mar 25 2015

By Lorna Williams

Creating much-needed flexibility, elasticity and toughness in caulks and sealants, plasticizers improve and optimize the performance of many types of sealants. With the enactment of REACH...

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Apr 8, 2015 | Webinar

Wednesday Apr 8 2015

By Jürgen Fritz

Do you face bonding challenges on plastics with your adhesives or sealants? Does your sealant tend to yellow when being exposed to light? Or do you want to formulate innovative, moisture curable...

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