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Pecora Introduces Fast-curing, Fluid-free One-part Silicone Sealant

Published on 2012-09-06. Author : SpecialChem

One of the on-going challenges for window manufacturers is compatibility between window components. Pecora is continually searching to provide high performance solutions to the fenestration industry that increase factory throughput and provide strong, long lasting bonds to a variety of substrates.

Pecora is now introducing 896FC Fast Cure, the fenestration industry's ONLY One-Part Silicone Sealant that is both fast curing & fluid free. For in-shop fabrication, it provides the fastest green strength development of any one-part fenestration silicone sealant and the fluid free formula eliminates the possibility of damage to window laminates and secondary IGU seals caused by silicone fluid migration.

"One of the key attributes of this product is the rapid green strength allowing movement of units faster than using conventional in-plant sealants," states Pecora salesman Greg Burdick. "Essentially, units can be moved onto trucks and jobsites faster."

Enhanced productivity:

  • Rapid Green Strength Development
  • Skins in less than 5 minutes
  • Fluid-free technology: 896FC does not contain silicone fluid that can migrate into laminated glass or secondary IGU seals
  • Excellent Performance:

  • Excellent weather durability, virtually unaffected by UV rays and ozone
  • UV Black Light Visibility Option to detect gaps in sealant. Available in translucent and light colors only.
  • AAMA 802.3 Type I & II, AAMA 805.2, AAMA 803.3-92 Type I
  • Pecora 896FC Fast Cure is now available and is a professional system that must be used in conformity with manufacturer's instructions.

    About Pecora

    Now celebrating its 150th year in business, Pecora is an American manufacturer of architectural weatherproofing products offering a full line of silicone, urethane and latex sealants specifically formulated to provide superior quality and a wide range of sealant properties for the commercial construction market.

    Source: Pecora

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