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Typical RTV sealants for gaps up to 0.15 mm don’t hold up in high-heat environments, and they can break down quickly if exposed to internal combustion fuels, diesel fuels, and other liquids.
Victor Reinz® Reinzosil® is thermally stable from -58°F/-50°C to 482°F/250°C. Easy to apply and fast-curing, it is a dependably durable sealant that’s also suitable for uneven and rough surfaces.
Victor Reinz® Reinzosil® is a permanently elastic, universal silicone sealing compound with excellent resistance to fluids and extreme temperatures. Its durability, flexibility, and versatility make it a favorite among import car repair specialists. Reinzosil is an RTV sealant of choice in Europe; now, Victor Reinz brings this exceptional, in-demand product to the North American aftermarket.
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Excessive SKUs—covering numerous brands and tube sizes—waste valuable shelf space, and offering a huge variety of RTVs can be confusing for customers and shop owners.
Victor Reinz® Reinzosil® is a one-tube solution in one ideal “shop size” tube that can take the place of over a dozen RTV varieties, saving inventory space and dollars and avoiding ordering hassles.
Unlike competitor products—which may incorporate plasticizers of minor quality such as calcium carbonate or limestone—Reinzosil will not shrink or lose weight in high-heat environments. With superior resistance under load even at high temperatures, you don’t need over a dozen different tubes of RTV on-hand; you only need to stock or purchase one tube to do it all.
Reinzosil is available in 70 ml tubes
- Resistant to temperatures from -58°F to 482°F, and briefly up to 572°F (-50°C to 250°C, briefly to 300°C)
- Excellent resistance to fluids, including mineral oils and synthetic oils, lubricants, petrol, diesel oil, greases, water, and detergents
- No corrosion
- Fast curing
- Will not harm oxygen sensors
- Sealing gap > 0.15 mm
Test After Test Reveals Reinzosil as the Premium Choice
- After 500+ hours high-temperature storage (482°F/250°C), Reinzosil remains pliable and maintains shape while the competition becomes brittle and disintegrates
- Thermogravimetric analysis shows a competitive product decomposing at 230°F (110°C); Reinzosil decomposition began at 750°F (400°C)
- Competitive sealants are shown to corrode brass surfaces with acetic sealants, while neutral-curing Reinzosil shows no corrosion
- Two-dimensional flat surfaces where there is a sealing gap, such as gasket intersections
- Components originally sealed with RTV (room temperature vulcanizing silicone) by the manufacturer, including intake manifolds, valve covers, and oil pans
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