Recently, global adhesives manufacturer H.B. Fuller passed the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) verification for material to be used on back bedding window applications (the sealant material used to hold a glass window in a frame).
According to Paul McHale, H.B. Fuller’s Technical Service Manager and East Coast Sales Manager, “The verification comes as no surprise, given H.B. Fuller’s stringent testing and quality policies coupled with our environmental focus. We work hard on a daily basis to ensure our products meet the highest standards as set forth by organizations, like AAMA, so our customers can have the peace of mind they deserve.”
The SN2310T is a high quality, one component sealant based on silicone polymer. It is a room temperature vulcanizing (RTV) cure material, and has very good adhesion to a wide range of substrates without the need for primers.
It can also be used for a variety of interior and exterior bonding and sealing applications, and is formulated to perform at temperatures ranging from -50°C to 200°C.
Learn more about the SN2310T by stopping by booth #1507 at GlassBuild America, September 12-14 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
As one of the largest suppliers of insulating glass (IG) sealants in North America, we are consistently delivering industry-leading solutions for all of your window needs, including Insul-Dri® desiccated matrix, Insul-Cure® reactive hot melt, hot melt butyl, Polyisobutylene (PIB), Polyurethane, Polysulfide, warm-applied back bedding compounds, Thermoplastic Spacer (TPS), and silicone.
Stop by our booth to discover how H.B. Fuller is helping create long lasting, energy efficient, and beautiful windows. Click here for more information.