DOWSIL 7091 Adhesive Sealant Certified to Fire Railway Standard

Dowsil LogoDowsil 7091 formerly Dow Corning 7091 Silicone Adhesive/Sealant has been certified to meet European fire rail standard EN45545-2.

Dowsil 7091 was tested and achieved hazard levels HL1/R22, HL2/R23 and HL3/R24.

The silicone adhesive is suitable for railway vehicle manufacturing applications ranging from sealing glass to side-window frames, bonding glass to tram side-window frames, bonding painted steel panels to painted surfaces, sealing panels and walls and sealing bellow frames between wagons.

Dowsil 7091 is a one component, neutral cure silicone adhesive for bonding and sealing different substrates including glass to metal or glass to plastics. Suitable for painted steel, aluminium, ceramic and glass as well as plastics in transportation and engineering applications. The adhesive is used as a Formed-in-place (FIP) gasket material that cures after the parts are assembled.

Dowsil 7091

DOW CORNING 7091 Silicone adhesive and sealantKey Features

  • Easy to apply
  • Non-sag
  • Alkoxy cure system
  • Cures to a tough, flexible rubber
  • Stable and flexible from -40°C (-40°F) to +180°C (+356°F)
  • Available in white, grey and black.

Technical data sheet is available upon request.
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