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Heat-Resistant Sealant Performs Under Extreme Temperatures

Dow Corning 736 heat-resistant sealant is a one-part, non-slump silicone sealant formulated for applications with continuous exposure to temperatures up to 260C (500F) and intermittent exposure to 3...


December 1, 2008
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Dow Corning 736 heat-resistant sealant is a one-part, non-slump silicone sealant formulated for applications with continuous exposure to temperatures up to 260C (500F) and intermittent exposure to 315C (600F). Suitable for encapsulating heating elements in appliances, the sealant also is used for aerospace gasketing, moving oven belts, industrial ovens, bag filters on smoke stacks and other critical bonding, sealing, potting, encapsulating and protective applications where parts must perform at high temperatures. It will not sag or run on application, and can even be applied overhead or on side walls. Dow Corning

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