mglogo-289blue_000Silicone adhesive sealants from MG chemicals are one part materials that require no mixing, utilize either atmospheric  moisture or heat to cure, and offer primerless adhesion to many substrates.

One-part products can be precisely dispenced with automated or manual equipment as formed-in-place gasket, sealants, structural adhesives and protective coatings.


Range of products

Cyanoacrylates

8333 Super cyanoacrylate adhesive liquid

Formulated to quickly bond rubber, plastics, metal, and ceramic, excellent strength.

8334 Super cyanoacrylate adhesive gel

Formulated to quickly bond rubber, plastics, metal, and ceramic, excellent strength. Gel format for non-drip application.

Electrically conductive adhesives

8330 Silver conductive epoxy: 10 mins. working time / extreme conductivity

Use in place of traditional soldering on heat sensitive components. Moderate Curing (5 hr @ 25°C / 77°F) time with extreme conductivity.

8330S Silver conductive Epoxy: 4 hr. working time / extreme conductivity

Use in place of traditional soldering on heat sensitive components. Slow Curing time (96 hr @ 25°C / 77°F) with extreme conductivity

8331 Silver conductive epoxy: 10 mins. working time / high conductivity

Use in place of traditional soldering on heat sensitive components. Moderate Curing time (5 hr @ 25°C / 77°F) with high conductivity (0.017 Ω·cm).

8331S Silver conductive epoxy: 4 hr. working time / high conductivity

Use in place of traditional soldering on heat sensitive components. Slow Curing time (96 hr @ 25°C / 77°F) with high conductivity (0.006 Ω·cm).

General adhesives

8332 Fast set epoxy

Provides 2300 PSI bonding strength to paper, wood, metal, and ceramics.

8336 Super contact cement

Quick drying, water proof, clear, and vibration-resistant bond with minimal shrinkage.

8337 Speaker service Cement

Great for repairing foam surrounds, cones and more.


Downloads

MG chemicals general brochure


Adhesives questions

Are RTV silicones paintable?

What kind of care type is the best for my application?

What kind of cure type is best for my applications?

How do I remove RTV Silicones once they have cured?