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AEROSIL® fumed silica for adhesives and sealants


AEROSIL® fumed silica is invented to improve the manufacturing, quality and performance of adhesives and sealants.


Adhesive Resins
Adhesives and sealants are employed in many different industries and are increasingly finding new applications. Thanks to the development of special hydrophobic AEROSIL® fumed silica grades, it has been possible to produce structural adhesives that belong to the future technologies in the automotive, construction, wind energy and chemical fixing industries.
AEROSIL® milestones for the adhesives and sealants industry
Introduced to the market
AEROSIL® grades/new products
Applications
1962
AEROSIL® R 972 Development of the first industrially-produced hydrophobic fumed silica in the world
Adhesives and sealants based on silicones, polyurethanes, polysulfides and silane modified polymers
1986 - 1989
AEROSIL® R 202, AEROSIL® R 805, AEROSIL® R 812, AEROSIL® 812 S Development of highly hydrophobic fumed silicas especially as effective thixotropes for polar adhesives & sealant systems
Adhesives and sealants based on epoxies, polyurethanes, silane modified polymers and vinyl ester resins
1995 - 1996
AEROSIL® R 104, AEROSIL® R 106 Development of hydrophobic fumed silicas modified with octamethylcyclosiloxane (D4). AEROSIL® R 816
Development of a slightly hydrophobic fumed silica for water based systems
Adhesives and sealants based on silicones, silane modified polymers and water based systems
1998
AEROSIL® R 8200 Development of a structure-modified, highly hydrophobic fumed silica as excellent reinforcing filler modified with
hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS)
Adhesives and sealants based on silicones, silane modified polymers, epoxies and polyurethanes
2001
AEROSIL® R 7200, AEROSIL® R 711 Development of AEROSIL® grades modified with methacrylate functional silanes
Adhesives and sealants based on acrylates, polyester and vinyl ester resins
2005
AEROSIL® R 9200 Development of a structure-modified, hydrophobic fumed silica modified with dimethyldichlorosilane (DDS)
Adhesives and sealants based on silicones, silane modified polymers, epoxies and polyurethanes
2012 - 2013
AEROSIL® R 208 Development of a highly hydrophobic fumed silica as very effective thixotrope for polar adhesives & sealant systems
Adhesives and sealants based on epoxies, polyurethanes, silane modified polymers and vinyl ester resins
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Adhesives: The Adhesives Magazine of Evonik Industries Issue 01/17 (pdf, 1,08 MB)
The positive effects of especially suitable hydrophobic AEROSIL® products and special Dynasylan® products for transparent SMP sealants will be described on page 4.
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Fact Sheet: AEROSIL® specialized fumed silica to improve adhesives & sealants (pdf, 282,97 KB)
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Industry Brochure: AEROSIL® for Adhesives & Sealants (pdf, 3,46 MB)
This brochure provides you with an overview about the broad package of benefits for the Adhesives and Sealants industry offered by AEROSIL® fumed silica.
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Technical Bulletin 27: AEROSIL® fumed silica for solvent-free epoxy resins (pdf, 624,56 KB)
This Technical Bulletin describes the mechanism for thickening and thixotropizing solvent free epoxy resins and diverse hardening systems in comparison to hydrophilic and hydrophobic types of AEROSIL®. The advantages of AEROSIL® R 202 and R 805, i.e. sedimentation behaviour, flow behaviour and viscosity stability are portrayed graphically, and analytical methods concerning rheology are discussed.
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Technical Bulletin 63: AEROSIL® Fumed Silica and SIPERNAT® in Sealants (pdf, 622,83 KB)
This Technical Bulletin describes the production process for fumed and precipitated silicas. Each silica type is categorized according to the different sealant systems with attainable effects, silica concentration in percent and suitable incorporation processes. The Bulletin also discusses silicone sealants, polysulphide, polyurethane sealants and PVC-plastisols. There are also standard formulations and a list of physico-chemical data.
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Technical Information 1279: Successful use of AEROSIL® fumed silica in liquid systems (pdf, 759,38 KB)
The Technical Information No. 1279 is a brochure that describes how to incorporate AEROSIL® fumed silica into liquid systems.
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Technical Information 1323: AEROSIL® fumed silica and AEROXIDE® fumed metal oxides in hot melt adhesives (pdf, 435,56 KB)
This Technical Information brochure describes the benefits of fumed silica in hot melt adhesive formulations particularly in styrene block copolymers commonly used in the industry. The brochure offers examples of formulated adhesives and the effects on properties such as adhesion-in-peel, shear time and tack. Choice and loading level of AEROSIL® fumed silica can modify these properties singly or in conjunction with each other. TI 1323 also offers the example of using AEROXIDE® TiO2 P25 to enhance the property of heat stability.
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Technical Information 1324: AEROSIL® Fumed Silica in Waterbased Adhesives & Sealants (pdf, 1,26 MB)
This Technical Information brochure describes the benefits of fumed silica in waterborne adhesive and sealant formulations particularly acrylic copolymers and vinyl acetate-ethylene (VAE) copolymers.
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Technical Information 1374: Products for 1-component RTV silicone sealant compounds (pdf, 619,97 KB)
It is well known that AEROSIL® fumed silica can fine-tune many properties of silicone sealant compounds. It can impart the required rheological and mechanical properties in RTV–1C silicone sealant compounds. In addition to fumed silica, the use of AEROXIDE® fumed oxides and DYNASYLAN® silanes can provide unique properties in RTV–1C silicone sealant compounds. The technical details of these Evonik products developed for RTV–1 silicone sealant compounds will be discussed in this brochure.
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