News Release - 10.5.2010:
Silicone sealant fights
heat loss, wasted financial resources and provide long term
Dow Corning manufactures a complete line of one-part and two-part sealants
to meet the demands of window and door manufacturers. Dow Corning
brand sealants are ideally suited for a variety of high-speed and mechanical
fastening techniques and feature excellent adhesion to a variety of
Residential window and door buyers are increasingly aware that silicone
glazing sealants outperform organic-based alternatives in many
ways. Silicone window and door sealants from Dow Corning:
Provide outstanding adhesion to most common substrates
Provide unmatched weather resistance and long-term durability
Dow Corning® 1299 Silicone Seam Sealer
Dow Corning® 1299 Silicone Seam Sealer is a one-part, neutral-cure
RTV sealant specifically formulated to meet the demanding requirements of a
self-leveling seam sealer for fenestration assemblies. It is designed for
durable performance and aggressive adhesion to many common fenestration
substrates, and also helps reduce energy consumption.
Dow Corning® InstantGlaze Sealants
Dow Corning® InstantGlaze and NEW InstantGlaze II Window
Assembly Sealants are reactive hot-melt products, specially formulated for
automatic backbedding technology. These pressure-sensitive, silicone
products help increase productivity and throughput in XY glazing operations by
eliminating long cure times and tapes.
Dow Corning® InstantGlaze
Choose the ideal sealant for your application based on specific criteria
such as substrate, clear, colored, neutral-cure system, high green
strength or high-speed manufacturing.
WinDowVation: New Technologies and Solutions for Window and Door
You can view the recorded June 28,2005 webinar, "New Technologies and Solutions
for Window and Door Manufacture", and learn how Dow Corning's proven
materials, applications, and solutions for the window and door industry can
create your competitive advantage.
Leed® Credit Contribution of Dow Corning® Silicone
See how Dow Corning silicone sealants and primers can help you get LEED credits.
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