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SCIGRIP Smarter Adhesive Solutions (Washington, UK), a  supplier of adhesive solutions, is re-launching its POWERCAN dispensing system, in compliance with the fluorinated greenhouse gasses regulation 517/2014.
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SCIGRIP Smarter Adhesive Solutions (Washington, UK), a  supplier of adhesive solutions, is re-launching its POWERCAN dispensing system, in compliance with the fluorinated greenhouse gasses regulation 517/2014. Available in 100 ml or 200 ml sizes, POWERCAN delivers controlled dosing for high-viscosity and difficult-to-handle materials such as sealants, adhesives, fillers, lubricants and pastes. POWERCAN works through a self-dispensing application method and features a “twist and lock system,” along with an overcap that inhibits the curing process and prevents nozzles from drying out. A sealed design ensures 0% contamination, 0% waste and can be dispensed in vertical, horizontal and upturned positions. SCIGRIP branded products currently available in the POWERCAN format include RTV851 silicone sealant and gasket maker, RTV853 high-temperature silicone sealant and gasket maker, RTV854 grey oxime silicone sealant and EXP858 exhaust assembly paste. Booth C46.

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