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Cleveland-based Novagard Solutions, a manufacturer of silicone-based sealants, adhesives and lubricants, recently received authorization to apply the UL mark to its RTV 500-940 silicone sealant.

The company's RTV 500 modified-alcohol cure series is ideal for applications that require quick cures and early green strength development on electronic components, circuit boards and other sensitive components. According to Novagard, RTV 500-940 is halogen-free and does not emit any polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) to the environment.

For more information on the sealant, contact the company at (216) 881-8111 or visit novagardsolutions.com.


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