A single component, room temperature curing, elastomeric gasketing compound designed to provide reliable “formed-in-place” gaskets for mechanical assemblies. The Right Stuff® is a non-slumping, non-corrosive, low odor, low volatile, single component, proprietary, hi-tech, elastomeric rubber gasketing material.;
A single-pack, moisture-cure urethane adhesive. It offers good initial tack and green strength and works life a contact adhesive, however, as the cure develops, the adhesive becomes permanently cross-linked.;
A PTFE dispersion of a white, waxy, low molecular weight polymer. It leaves a fine dry film to produce a slick, friction-free surface between line and unlike substrates. Recommended when a wet film lubricant may attract dust and dirt. Will not dissolve in solvent or melt below 450°F. Does not contain chlorofluorocarbons or ozone depleting chemicals.;
A soft UV/Visible curable gasket developed for applications requiring a gasket with good deflection. This gasketing material can be dispensed and cured in-line allowing for increased production speed and reduced in inventories.;
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