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GMNA - 9985399

Adhesive/Sealant Compound, High Temperature Grade 399

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Organization: GMNA
Publication Date: 1 April 1989
Status: inactive
Page Count: 1
scope:

1 SCOPE.

An anaerobic, dimethylacrylate polyester, resin base liquid compound that solidifies by polymerization (not by solvent evaporation) into a tough plastic when confined between closely fitted metal surfaces, producing an effective seal against leakage and high breakaway/prevail torque strength resistant to loosening. This material may be used on slightly oiled cadmium and zinc plated, black oxide, and phosphate and oil coated parts and still obtain satisfactory properties. It is best suited for applications where temperatures range from 150 to 230 C and offers excellent performance 50 C higher than other thread locking products. Typical applications inclu& high temperature locking and sealing of studs, nuts, screws, bolts and fittings. Parts are locked as well as sealed against leakage, contamination or corrosion.

Document History

February 1, 2020
Sealant Compound, Adhesive, Anaerobic, Grade 272
This standard is inactive with no replacement. For legacy applications, refer to the previously approved material:Loctite 272. Note: The 9985399 part number may still be active. Please contact the...
June 1, 2018
Sealant Compound, Adhesive, Anaerobic, Grade 272
Material Description. A red anaerobic, dimethylacrylate polyester resin base liquid compound that solidifies by polymerization (not by solvent evaporation) into a tough plastic when confined between...
9985399
April 1, 1989
Adhesive/Sealant Compound, High Temperature Grade 399
1 SCOPE. An anaerobic, dimethylacrylate polyester, resin base liquid compound that solidifies by polymerization (not by solvent evaporation) into a tough plastic when confined between closely fitted...
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