3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure

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MULTI-SURFACE SEALANT: A permanent solution for bonding marine substrates like wood, fiberglass, and metal

VERSATILE APPLICATIONS: Tough yet flexible polyurethane polymer is ideal for deck housings, hull fittings, porthole mounting, fiberglass transoms, and underside molding

WARD OFF WATER: Resists saltwater and weathering both above and below the water line

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  • MULTI-SURFACE SEALANT: A permanent solution for bonding marine substrates like wood, fiberglass, and metal
  • VERSATILE APPLICATIONS: Tough yet flexible polyurethane polymer is ideal for deck housings, hull fittings, porthole mounting, fiberglass transoms, and underside molding
  • WARD OFF WATER: Resists saltwater and weathering both above and below the water line
  • FLEXIBLE BONDS: The flexible elastomeric bond absorbs the stress of vibration, swelling, shrinking, and shock
  • FAST CURE: Tack-free in 1-2 hours, fully cures within 48 hours

3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200FC is a multi-purpose adhesive sealant made specifically for the marine market. This high-strength adhesive forms a weather-resistant seal. It's unique formula reacts with moisture to cure fast, forming a tack-free skin in 1-2 hours and fully curing in 48. Ideal for use above and below the waterline, it reliably bonds dissimilar materials including wood, fiberglass, gelcoat, plastics, and metals. Polyurethane sealants such as this form permanently flexible, elastomeric bonds that seal against the elements, maintain joint movement, and absorb stress caused by shock, vibration, swelling or shrinking. Such durability, versatility, and flexibility prepare 3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant Fast Cure 5200FC for tough applications like sealing portholes, deck/hull fittings, rub rail attachment, screw holes, and stanchion supports.

3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure offers permanent adhesion to wood, gelcoat and fiberglass.
Available in different colors to meet aesthetic needs
Forms Tough and Flexible Permanent Bonds
Forming watertight seals, 3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure (PDF, 463.08 Kb) offers permanent adhesion to wood, gelcoat and fiberglass. In addition, our marine adhesive sealant is flexible and allows for structural movement and dissipation of stress that may be caused by vibration, swelling, shrinking or shock. Available in cartridge and sausage packs to meet your application needs.

Recommended Applications
  • Fiberglass deck to hull
  • Through hull fittings
  • Wood to fiberglass
  • Portholes and deck fittings
  • Motors on fiberglass transoms
  • Under moldings
  • Hull seams above and below water line
  • Deck housing

Combats Vibrations, Swelling, Shrinking and Shock
3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure (PDF, 6.73 Mb) is designed to meet the high demands of the marine environment, making it ideal for creating tough bonds above and below the water line. We formulated our sealant to provide an exceptionally strong solution for marine conditions as well as flexibility that combats vibrations, swelling, shrinking or shock. Once again, despite the barriers of a rough marine environment, 3M looked to science to provide a reliable, durable solution.

3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure is a part of our broad range of adhesive sealants uniquely formulated for the marine market.
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Designed to Endure Marine Environments
3M™ Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure (PDF, 6.73 Mb) is a part of our broad range of adhesive sealants uniquely formulated for the marine market. Designed for reliable performance, 3M Marine Adhesive Sealant 5200 Fast Cure provides the high strength and flexibility for permanent bonding applications.

Polyurethane sealants provide strong, flexible durable elastomeric bonds that seal against the elements. These sealants excel in challenging industrial, transportation and construction applications.
Choose a 3M Pneumatic Applicator for ergonomic applications
Understanding Polyurethane Sealants
Polyurethane sealants provide strong, flexible durable elastomeric bonds that seal against the elements. These sealants excel in challenging industrial, transportation and construction applications. Polyurethane sealants are available in a wide variety of Shore A hardness, open time and colors to meet many application needs. Choose a 3M Manual or Pneumatic Applicator for dispensing 3M adhesives sealant cartridges and 400ml/600ml sausage packs.

Bringing Better Ideas to the Surface through Science and Innovation
In our 3M Industrial Adhesives and Tapes Division, we apply the science of adhesion to deliver innovative solutions that improve the design and manufacturing processes of companies around the world. In the end, our technologies help customers like you deliver competitive products to the market faster and more efficiently.

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