Large HVAC unit manufactured with adhesives from H.B. Fuller.
H.B. Fuller understands what really matters to customers when it comes to heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. 
Our high-performance HVAC equipment sealant and adhesive solutions help customers improve their product reliability, make their manufacturing processes more efficient, and lower their overall production costs.

MS107

  • Good adhesion without primer to many substrates
  • High performance mechanical properties
  • Paintable
  • Good UV resistance
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MS107
Used for both interior and exterior applications
Modified Silane | Reactive Chemistry

PU1925

  • Very good bonding strength
  • Easy to dispense
  • Outstanding filling
  • Sealing and tooling properties
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PU1925
Used for bonding and filling of panels and material joints
Polyurethane | Reactive Chemistry

PU1956

  • Very good bonding strength to glass, metal and other materials
  • Outstanding weather and aging resistance
  • Good filling and sealing properties
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PU1956
Used for automobile manufacturing, shipping industry, container manufacture, heating and ventilation systems, a variety of maintenance and repair applications
Polyurethane | Reactive Chemistry

SN2310

  • Good adhesion to many substrates
  • Excellent flexibility
  • Neutral
  • Non-corrosive
  • Low odor
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SN2310
Used for bonding most common building substrates, like glass, metal, stone etc will be used for back-bedding of windows
Reactive Chemistry | Silicone

SN2522AB

  • Excellent resistant to moisture
  • High temperature resistant
  • Good chemical resistant
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SN2522AB
Used for structural bond material for insulated glass window manufacturing
Reactive Chemistry | Silicone

STP1920

  • Self-leveling properties
  • Very good bonding strength
  • Easy to dispense
  • Paintable
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STP1920
Used for bonding and filling of exposed joints has very good uv exposure resistance
Modified Silane | Reactive Chemistry

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