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HH190

Pre-cut gaskets; 1 Part; Paste; Methacrylate Ester; Anaerobic;
• Eliminates pre-cut gaskets from flange assemblies • Instant pressure seal • Forms a tough, durable seal able to withstand high pressure • No need to re-tighten flange bolts • Non-flammable • No shimming effects – better load transmission;

LH197

Pre-cut gaskets; 1 Part; Liquid; Methacrylate; Anaerobic;
Low strength, high viscosity flange sealant, replaces traditional pre-cut gaskets. Forms an instant, pressure resistant, leak-free seal.;

MH196

Pre-cut gaskets; 1 Part; Liquid; Methacrylate; Anaerobic;
• Instant low pressure seal • Replaces all sizes of formed gaskets • Good high pressure resistance • High temperature resistance • Does not creep or shrink;

MH199

Pre-cut gaskets; 1 Part; Paste; Methacrylate; Anaerobic;
Medium strength, high viscosity flange sealant, replaces traditional pre-cut gaskets. Forms an instant, pressure resistant, leak-free seal.;

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PermaBond

Pre-cut gaskets

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PermaBond

Pre-cut gaskets

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Bond

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Seal

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Liquid

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PermaBond

Pre-cut gaskets

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Bond

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Seal

1 Part

Liquid

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PermaBond

Pre-cut gaskets

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Bond

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Seal

1 Part

Paste

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