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Flowable RTV-1 silicone rubber, which cures at room temperature under the influence of moisture. Its special features include amine-curing system, excellent heat stability and excellent primerless... view more
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  • Adhesives
  • Sealants
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
ELASTOSIL® E43 by Wacker is an RTV-1 silicone rubber. It is a self-levelling one-component silicone rubber with very good mechanical properties, which cures at room temperature under the influence... view more
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  • Adhesives
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
ELASTOSIL® E43 N by Wacker is an RTV-1 silicone rubber. It is a non-slump to self-levelling silicone rubber formulation, which cures at room temperature under the influence of atmospheric moisture... view more
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  • Adhesives
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
ELASTOSIL® N 2170 by Wacker is an RTV-1 silicone rubber. It is a non-slump one-component silicone rubber, which cures (neutral-curing system) at room temperature under the influence of atmospheric... view more
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  • Sealants
ELASTOSIL® N 9111 BLACK by Wacker is a tin-free, non-slump, one-component silicone, which cures at room temperature under the influence of atmospheric moisture. It is a shear-thinning, non-slump... view more
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  • Adhesives
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
Tin-free non-slump, one-component silicone, which cures at room temperature under the influence of atmospheric moisture. It is a shear-thinning, non-slump paste. Has neutral-curing system (alkoxy)... view more
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  • Adhesives
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
Silicone rubber. It is a non-slump, addition-crosslinking, thermal curing, thixotropic, one-component silicone rubber. Possesses high extrusion rate, fast curing at high temperatures, good heat... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
Self-levelling, thixotropic, addition-cross-linking, thermal-curing, one-component silicone rubber. Possesses high extrusion rate, fast curing at high temperatures, good heat stability, excellent... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
Flowable, thermally curable, addition curing, one-component silicone rubber. Possesses excellent heat stability, primerless adhesion to many substrates. Used in general purpose adhesive for the... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
Flowable, thermally curable, addition curing, one-component silicone rubber. Possesses excellent heat stability, primerless adhesion to many substrates. Used in general purpose adhesive for the... view more
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  • Adhesives
Pourable, condensation curing, two-component silicone rubber with good primerless adhesion. Possesses low viscosity, very good heat resistance and fast cure at room temperature. Used in gluing and... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Sealants
  • Consumer / houshold / office>Glueing, fixation, multipurpose
Non-slump, room temperature vulcanizing, condensation-curing, two-component silicone rubber with good primerless adhesion. It is thixotropic and has medium hardness. Offers primerless adhesion on... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Sealants
Non-slump, room temperature vulcanizing, condensation-curing, two-component silicone rubber with good primerless adhesion. It is thixotropic and has medium hardness as well as excellent heat... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Sealants
3-Methacryloxypropyltriacetoxysilane. Acts as a bifunctional curing agent and an adhesion promoter. GENIOSIL® GF 39 can be free-radically polymerized or incorporated into organic polymers. It is a... view more
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  • Sealants
GENIOSIL® GF 56 by Wacker is a vinyltriethoxysilane grade. Hydrolyzes in the presence of moisture (ethanol is released) to form silanols, which can then react with themselves to produce siloxanes... view more
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