In test after test, Resinol RTC provides the best sealing effectiveness possible.
Loctite Resinol RTC sealant has become the benchmark by which all other casting impregnation products are measured. Resinol RTC is the most widely used impregnation sealant in North America, and is also used in Europe, Asia, and South America. This sealant cures to provide a permanent, reliable seal against gases and liquids which might otherwise pass through porosity.
Washes cleanly from surfaces of the parts being sealed, leaving no residue which might affect assembly or surface finishing.
Resists exposure to high and low temperatures, while still maintaining a seal. Thermo-gravimetric analysis to ASTM standards shows Resinol RTC has superior performance over competitive products.
Resinol RTC passes automotive industry standards for thermal cycle testing, when competitive products failed.
Resinol RTC forms a resilient, durable, thermoset plastic, which will not melt or soften once inside the part. This plastic successfully withstands long term exposure to aggressive chemicals such as fuels, alcohols, oils, refrigerant gases, solvents, oils, acids and alkaline materials.
Self-curing capability gives an anaerobic sealant much greater flexibility in sealing a wide range of pore sizes.
Leaves no sealant residues (bleed out), inside or on surfaces compared to Heat Curing Resin.
Loctite Resinol RTC surpassed competitor products in Thermal Cycle Testing.