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NuSil Technology Presents New Sprayable Silicone Film Adhesive

December 21, 2012

Spray-on advantage expands options for bonding unique substrates.

Carpinteria, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2012

NuSil Technology LLC (http://www.nusil.com), a global leader in silicone materials for the aerospace, defense, electronics, and engineering markets, presents R-2684, a silicone film adhesive that is sprayable with the addition of solvent. The option for spraying allows R-2684 to be applied to intricate parts just as easily as to flat substrates.

R-2684 can be used to adhere silicone materials to metals, polyimides and various other substrates. This two-part material consists of a Part A and a 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.

“As a sprayable film adhesive, R-2684 can be used on virtually any shape or size, no matter how complex the geometry,” said Brian Burkitt, Aerospace and Defense Director.

R-2684 can be applied via spraying, as well as through dip-casting and knife-coating processes. Whatever the mode of application, simply apply the adhesive to one of the substrates to be bonded, prime the second with the activator, and press the two substrates together. R-2684 is an addition-cure adhesive that can cure at ambient temperature or under heat for a faster cure.

For more information, please contact NuSil at +1 805-684-8780, or visit http://www.nusil.com/products/engineering/index.aspx .

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