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Sealants

Sealants are cold and hot crosslinking systems based on a wide variety of chemical compounds with permanently high elasticity and a broad adhesion spectrum on numerous parts to be joined. They are suitable for sealing seams, filling gaps and reducing vibrations in order to increase driving comfort.

BETAFILL™ Polyurethane sealants

Air humidity curing, overpaintable, elastic adhesive and sealing compounds based on 1-component polyurethane for sealing, filling and sealing in vehicle construction.

BETAGUARD™ Rubber-based sealants, relining adhesives

Rubber-based, expandable sealing and relining adhesives with low strength. To prevent vibrations by compensating for tolerances and sheet spacings in the carcass.

L&L Acoustic Sealants

L&L Acoustic Sealants are used as self-adhesive inflation tapes in automotive engineering to prevent the transmission of sound into the vehicle interior. Heat-activated, these foam up, show different expansion, density and cell structures and completely seal off cavities.

L&L Core Splice Adhesives

Expanding adhesive mats used in composite sandwich structures. For bonding honeycomb joints and edge formation on GRP/CFRP pressed parts. Mats can be cut to size and expand thermally in ovens, presses or autoclaves. Low density.

L&L Hybrid sealants

Primerless UV-stable adhesive and sealing systems on hybrid basis with strong adhesion to metal, composites, thermoplastics with a broad mechanical spectrum.

L&L Room temperature curing sealant/adhesives

Elastic 1K sealants based on MS polymer and elastic 2K adhesives with various mechanical properties. Direct adhesion to a variety of materials without pre-treatment.

Pactan Silicone and hybrid sealants

Room temperature curing (RTV) 1- or 2-component adhesive and sealing compounds based on silicone and hybrid with a broad adhesion spectrum in electrics, electronics, household appliances, food contact, headlight bonding and many more.

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