Sprayable silicone adhesive

  • 29-Jan-2013 10:59 EST
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NuSil Technology LLC’s R-2684 silicone film adhesive is sprayable, which enables the material to be applied to intricate parts just as easily as to flat substrates. The adhesive adheres silicone materials to metals, polyimides, and other substrates. This two-part material consists of a Part A and Part B: a low-viscosity silicone dispersion and an activator, which acts as a primer. Adding solvent to the Part A dispersion decreases its viscosity, allowing for a spray-on film. The material also can be applied via dip-casting and knife-coating processes. It cures at ambient temperature or under heat for a faster cure.

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