Sealants

New Gorilla Professional Grade Products are Suitable for Repair, Installation and Maintenance
Epoxies

New Gorilla Professional Grade Products are Suitable for Repair, Installation and Maintenance

Available products include threadlockers, epoxies, metal pipe-fitting assembly sealants, retaining compounds, anti-seize, gasketing and instant adhesives. Each product offer color-coded, application identification system and easy-to-use, innovative packaging specifically designed for the MRO Industrial professional. Designed to ensure plant uptime and mechanical equipment reliability, while...

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New Acrylic Water-Based Primer/Sealer Helps Reduce Future Cracking and Peeling
Sealants

New Acrylic Water-Based Primer/Sealer Helps Reduce Future Cracking and Peeling

Features copolymer design that penetrates and seals porous surfaces as well as locks down deteriorating surfaces in order to extend the service life and performance of top coats. Designed to stabilize surfaces and increase the adhesion of solid top coats, such as SharkSkin Solid Hide stain. Ideal for structurally sound surfaces, such as CMU, plaster and concrete as well as horizontal and vertical...

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New Premium Wood Filler Protects and Rejuvenates Wood Surfaces
Fillers

New Premium Wood Filler Protects and Rejuvenates Wood Surfaces

Features chameleon technology that allows users to mix stains or pigments directly into the wet state. Offers fast drying formula that has two-hour dry time, is easy to clean up with water. Ideal for grain filling applications that allows to thin slightly with water to fill natural wood pores leaving a smooth table top finish.

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New EP42S-6 Epoxy from Master Bond Is Suitable for Potential Explosive Environments
Epoxies

New EP42S-6 Epoxy from Master Bond Is Suitable for Potential Explosive Environments

Master Bond’s new EP42S-6 is UL 1203 certified for explosion proof and dust ignition proof electrical equipment. The epoxy can be used in Class I Division 1 Groups A, B, C, and D, as well as Class II Division 1 Groups E, F, and G. The two component epoxy is serviceable from -80 to 500 degrees F, and has dielectric strength of 440 volts/mil at 75 degrees F for .125 inch thickness. The epoxy also...

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