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A number of different adhesives and sealants are used to meet specific demands of the appliance industry. These adhesives are developed to work well with inline production processes and cover all facets of production from wire-tacking to bonding door assemblies. For high-temperature applications like ovens and dishwashers, silicone-based adhesives and sealants provide the high-temperature ranges needed. Hot-melt adhesives can allow for fast processing and gap filling if needed. Acrylic, epoxies, and other adhesives can protect against solvents and are used for a wide range of appliance manufacture applications like adhering handles and displays, magnets and gasketing among others. For places where mechanical fasteners are needed, threadlockers provide protection against corrosion and loosening.
Specialty Materials for Appliance Grid
737 Neutral Cure Sealant
Bond; One Part; Nonslumping paste; Silicone; Moisture
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