A), RTV silicones and hybrid silane-crosslinked sealants Addition to one-and tow-part silicone-crosslinked sealants improves adhesion to a variety of substrates, including glass, aluminum and concrete. It can provides enhanced adhesion performance without negatively impacting elongation. It is added at a loading of 0. 5 to 1. 0 percent by weight.
B), Polysulfide sealants
When added to one-and two-part polysulfide sealants, It provides better adhesion to a variety of substrates, including glass, aluminum and steel. It is typically used at a loading of 0. 5to 1. 0 percent by weight of the sealant. It disperses well into the sealant and produces cohesive failure in the sealant rather than adhesive failure of the bond between the sealant and the substrate. Furthermore, the use of Silane 602 eliminates the need for primers, Normally required to achieve adhesion adhesion to surfaces.
C), Plastisol sealants
As a replacement for polyaminoamide adhesion promoters in plastisol sealants improves bonding to metal substrates. In addition to increased strength, the silane modified plastisol sealant adhesion promoters. It can modified systems have a very light color, and the cured compound is bubble-free.
D) Additive in phenolic and epoxy molding compounds, Used as an additive in phenolic and epoxy molding compounds, reduces the water absorption of molded composites. This, in turn, leads to improves wet electrical properties, particularly at low frequencies.