Will the insulating glass sealant foam after curing? How can new glass deep-processing beginners solve the blistering problem?

After the insulating glass sealant is cured, a large number of bubbles are generated in the cured glue, or dense bubbles are formed at the interface between the cured glue and the substrate, which greatly weakens the adhesion between the sealant and the substrate, especially the adhesion of water immersion. knotty. The reasons for the formation of bubbles are multi-faceted and complex, and it is difficult to use one method and one result to determine the cause of bubbles. This article briefly introduces the reasons for the formation of bubbles after the insulating glass sealant is cured, and would tell the new glass deep-processing beginners how to solve the blistering problem.

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