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Victor Reinz Reinzosil RTV Silicone Showcased At AAPEX, SEMA


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Dana Incorporated introduced its Victor Reinz Reinzosil room-temperature vulcanizing (RTV) silicone to North American customers at the recent AAPEX and SEMA shows in Las Vegas.

“While Victor Reinz Reinzosil RTV silicone has been available for some time, it’s relatively new to the North American market and has quickly become a customer favorite for sealing surfaces in engines, transmissions, axles, cylinder liners and plastic housings,” said Bill Nunnery, senior director, sales and marketing, global aftermarket for Dana. “This is the first time Dana has featured Reinzosil RTV silicone for light-duty vehicles at AAPEX and SEMA, and it was a very positive experience.  Customers told us they prefer it over the brand they have been using and that as a one-tube solution, it helps them reduce inventory and simplify the ordering process.”

Victor Reinz Reinzosil sealant is resistant to fluids, including mineral oils and synthetic oils, lubricants, gasoline, diesel oil, greases, water and detergents, and is safe for all sensors. Available in 70-milliliter tubes, it is ideal for use on two-dimensional flat surfaces where there is a sealing gap, such as gasket intersections and components originally sealed with RTV by the manufacturer, including intake manifolds, valve covers and oil pans, according to the company.  

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