Chem Link M-1 Adhesive/Sealant
Now Available in 5-oz Squeeze Tube

Solvent-free Chem Link M-1 is a strucural adhesive/sealant that boasts superior performance in even damp, cold or arid conditions, and the product can be applied in temperatures as low as 32°F. M1 can expand or contract as much as 25%, does not shrink upon curing, will not discolor when exposed to UV rays, and cannot "out-gas", or bubble on damp surfaces as urethane sealants often do.

Available in 10.1-, 20-, and 28-oz gun-ready tubes,  as well as 2 or 5 gallon pails and 50 gallon drums. In addition, M1 is now offered in convenient 5-ounce squeeze tube packaging with informative countertop merchandising aids available for dealers.  

The low-odor polyether material contains no isocyanates and is formulated with less than 19 grams/liter of VOCs. “Chem Link continues to strive to meet our customers’ needs with environmentally safe products available in a variety of packaging options and colors,” said John Thomas, CEO. “Since its founding, Chem Link has focused on meeting the most pressing needs of contractors, consumers and industries throughout North America.”

www.chemlink.com • 800-826-1681

 

 

 
 

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