Phillyseal R

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[ITW Philadelphia Resins, Montgomeryville, PA] A trademark for an Epoxy adhesive that was formerly sold as Pliacré. Phillyseal R (for Rat Seal) was originally prepared as a sealer to prevent rats from entering ships and submarines. The viscous epoxy resin contains bisphenol A diglycidyl ether with a magnesium silicate filler. Mixing with the dark-color, amido-amine hardener in 1:1 proportions forms a workable putty-like material. Phillyseal R cures exothermically in approximately 1-2 hours to form a very hard material that can be sanded, cut, or drilled. It will adhere to Wood, Metal, Plastic, Glass, and Porcelain.

Production of this product was discontinued as of 2008. ProCreate Putty has been suggested as an alternative.

Synonyms and Related Terms

Pliacré; Pliacre; Rat Seal

Other Properties

Resistant to acids and alkalis. Deteriorated by methylene chloride.

Hazards and Safety

Contact with hardener will cause irritation.

After cure, Phillyseal R is not hazardous.


Additional Information

Information page: Phillyseal R

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • External source or communication Comment: Submitted information by Karen Gausch, Sept. 2005

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