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Michigan Adhesive Manufacturing
8555 Silver Creek Rd 
Whitehall MI Michigan
United States 49461
Phone: +1 231 893 7325
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Michigan Adhesive Manufacturing, Inc. Seal Bond Adhesives and Sealants Michigan Adhesive Seal Bond Products Phone: 231.893.SEAL (7325) or 800.252.4144 Fax: 231.893.6623 Home | About | Markets & Applications | Products | News | Contact | Technical Data Sheets Site Navigation Home About Markets & Applications Products News Contact Technical Data Sheets Access Flooring Products Pedestal Adhesive Coating & Sealers Welcome to Michigan Adhesive Manufacturing, Inc. SEAL BOND SEALANTS AND ADHESIVES Michigan Adhesive Mfg. Inc., manufactures a new generation of solvent and Isocyanate- free adhesive and sealant products. Many of these environmental and user friendly products are sold under the Seal Bond name and represent a broad range of markets and applications. Our Seal Bond products provide a number of advantages over other common adhesive and sealant technologies such as Silicones, Polyurethanes, and Polysulfides. These advantages can include improved weather and temperature resistance, mechanical properties, low odor, low shrinkage, low toxicity, and others. The Seal Bond technology offers adhesion on a wide range of substrates with a minimum requirement for surface pretreatment (often primer-less), good paint compatibility (with building paints and automotive lacquers), and excellent temperature and UV resistance. Seal Bond products are also formulated to offer various levels of “green strength” including some products with pressure sensitive characteristics. High green strength Seal Bond formulas can offer end-users reduced clamping time or no clamping at all. One way of looking at the advantages of Seal Bond technology is to focus on the “elastomeric” characteristics of these cured adhesive or sealants. Elastomeric versus rigid bonding can provide all or some of the following advantages: Uniform stress distribution – eliminates localized stresses Bonding of dissimilar substrates Prevention of contact corrosion Vibration and sound dampening Compensation of movements due to varying therm