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How to use silicone sealant? Are there any restrictions?


When using silicone sealants, it is possible to experience problems such as peeling, cracking, or incomplete curing. The reason is directly related to the operation method. Improper operation method directly affects curing and performance.

How to use silicone sealant?

1. As a one-component product, it can be operated directly with a glue gun.

2. Clean the surface of the bonding object, and clean up oil, rust, etc. If necessary, professional cleaning agents can be used, and then appropriate sanding with sandpaper can be used to improve adhesion.

3. Apply the silicone sealant evenly to bond. When bonding the two surfaces, squeeze out the air to avoid affecting the curing effect.

4. Curing at room temperature, and the next step can be performed after a period of time.

5. Wipe off the excess adhesive with a rag or paper towel, and clean it with a blade after curing.

What are the restrictions on the use of silicone sealants?

1. Not suitable for long-term immersion in water, so as not to affect the adhesion of the adhesive.

2. It cannot be used on surfaces that are too wet or prone to frost, and cannot be bonded normally.

3. It cannot be cured in a completely sealed environment, and it may not be completely cured.

4. The surface of the substrate must be kept clean and dry, otherwise it cannot be firmly bonded.

5. Do not use inferior adhesives, so as not to corrode other parts. Know the quality of your adhesive before you use it to avoid wasting time. Choose high-quality adhesives, cooperate with powerful suppliers, and feel more assured, such as: TENSAN, not only can focus on silicone sealant research, but also provide customized silicone sealant application solutions, which are widely used and can be applied to new energy , military, medical, aviation, shipbuilding, electronics, automobiles, instruments, power supplies, high-speed rail and other industries.

Silicone sealants have their own procedures and cannot be used in all environments. Once the substrate surface temperature exceeds 40 degrees, please stop working temporarily. Wait for the surface temperature of the substrate to drop before proceeding, otherwise it may affect the bonding and curing of the adhesive.

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