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Sika introduces Sikaflex-124 mirror grip adhesive

Sika introduces Sikaflex-124 mirror grip adhesive

MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. — Sika Corporation today introduced Sikaflex-124 Mirror Grip into its flat glass product range of polyurethane and silicone adhesives and sealants.

This new product has been designed specifically for use in bonding mirrors vertically in place.  Sikaflex-124 Mirror Grip is engineered with excellent green strength for instant grip, requiring less material in mirror applications over other competitive products currently used in the market today, the company claimed in a press release.

The Mirror Grip product has been extensively tested, offering excellent adhesion on most interior substrates and is formulated to not discolor or stain mirrors. Sikaflex-124 Mirror Grip produces less odor than high solvent or asphaltic mirror adhesive products, with good adhesion performance to Category II safety film, the company noted.

“Our new Sikaflex-124 Mirror Grip is a great new product that offers our customers a product with excellent instant grip when installing mirrors,” said Russ Livermore, vice president of industry marketing.  “Since the product has excellent green strength, less material is required when used in mirror installations.

“Additionally, we now offer a single product than can now be used in most mirror applications reducing the need to carry multiple products for mirror installations,” he added.

The product application video of Sikaflex-124 Mirror Grip is now available on the Sika USA YouTube.

Sika always recommends that a mechanical support system be used during and after installation.

For more information, visit www.sikaindustry.com.

SOURCE: Sika press release

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