DOW CORNING 732 MULTI-PURPOSE CLEAR SILICONE SEALANT
DOW CORNING 732 Multipurpose Sealant is a paste like, one component, ready-to-use silicone RTV with a long history of proven performance. It is typically used a general purpose sealing and bonding agent, space-filling rubber adhesive or formed-in-place gasket. Because it is suitable for use in a variety of common substrates, DOW CORNING 732 Multi-Purpose Sealant is a good, basic product for a multitude of maintenance and assembly needs.
DOW CORNING 732 Multi-Purpose Sealant has built a strong reputation over the years and has become the centerpiece of Dow Corning’s sealant family. There are a number of other sealants within this family, with features and benefits to meet both specialized and general needs. While DOW CORNING 732 Multi-purpose Sealant is an excellent choice for many sealing and bonding applications, if you have additional performance requirements, the following chart will guide you to an even more appropriate product choice.
- 100 percent silicone RTV rubber
- Non-slumping paste; will not sag or run.
- Acetoxy cure
- Seals and protects
- Good resistance to weathering vibration, moisture, o-zone and extreme temperatures.
- Adheres to clean metal (may corrode copper or brass), glass, most types of wood, silicone resin, vulcanized silicone rubber, ceramic, natural and synthetic fiber, painted surfaces and many plastics (test before using to determine degree of adhesion and substrate compatibility)
- Available in clear, white, black, aluminum and custom colors
- Use Temperatures: * BLACK: -76 to 400° F, intermittent to 450° F * OTHER COLORS: -76 to 350° F; intermittent to 400° F
- Meets requirements of FDA Regulation 21 CFR 177.2600; USDA Rating P1; NSF List 51; UL-recognized component in plastics; MIL-A-46106
- General-purpose sealing and bonding
- Sealing pumps and valves
- Sealing threaded connections
- Seam sealing and formed-in-place gaskets
- Protecting electrical equipment from moisture, contamination and heat
- Not for submerged structural or adhesive applications
requires atmospheric moisture cure