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Thermalbond® V2100

High-Strength Polyurethane Foam Spacer for Structural Glazing and Cladding

Thermalbond® V2100 features a polyethylene liner that removes easily without tearing. The dual-sided pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive bonds to metal and glass while the semi-rigid foam substrate maintains spacing.

Features/Benefits

  • Open cell foam structure allows air and moisture to reach silicone, permitting optimum curing

  • High-strength polyurethane foam substrate is chemically compatible with all silicones tested*

  • Low thermal conductivity of foam substrate reduces heat transfer and inhibits condensation on windows, doors and metal systems

  • Excellent resistance to weather, fungi and oxidation

  • Adhesive on one or two sides for easy placement

  • Double-sided adhesive aids in stabilizing component position while silicone cures, even when vertically stacked

  • Suitable for on-site structural glazing

Applications

  • Superb spacer for two- and four- sided structural glazing systems

  • Thermal break on storm windows and doors

  • Die-cut for vibration dampening

  • Conventional glazing interior spacer

For clear, lightly tinted or monolithic glass, single-sided Thermalbond adhesive is recommended to reduce the visual impact of any air pockets sometimes induced during the panel fabrication process.

  • *

    Refer to silicone manufacturer for compatibility

information. Each project should be individually lab tested to confirm compatibility between Thermalbond V2100, structural silicone and all other adjacent materials.

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