Automotive Sealant

Feb. 8, 2007
Low-volatility 3-0100 Automotive Sealant is a neutral-cure silicone adhesive that cures at room temperature when exposed to moisture in the air.

The single-component adhesive is for formed-in-place gasketing and has a nonsagging paste consistency that cures to a tough, flexible rubber. The sealant is stable and flexible from –55 to 180°C, has low volatility, and adheres to a range of substrates.

Dow Corning Corp.,
Box 994 Corp. Center, Midland, MI 48686,
(989) 496-4400,
dowcorning.com

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