Permatex Unveils Optimum Gasket Maker Line
The new Optimum Gasket Maker line from Permatex is engineered for maximum performance under high stress and extreme temperatures.
The company says Permatex Optimum Grey Gasket Maker provides superior adhesion and is capable of withstanding high torque loads and vibration while offering maximum temperature resistance up to +700 °F.
These sealing capabilities give Optimum Grey Gasket Maker the power to handle the extreme heat and high vibration produced by high performance engines.
The company says these unique sealing capabilities give Optimum Grey Gasket Maker the power to handle the extreme heat and high vibration produced by today’s high performance engines. Permatex Optimum Grey Gasket Maker also delivers outstanding resistance to oils, cooling fluids, and shop chemicals. It is sensor safe, low odor, and noncorrosive. Key applications include intake manifold end seals, valve covers, oil pans, timing covers, water pump and thermostat housings, exhaust manifolds, headers, and slip-fit exhaust parts.
Permatex Optimum Black Gasket Maker is designed for use on lighter and more flexible engine components, which have been adopted by manufacturers to improve fuel economy.
The company says its advanced formulation and patented adhesion system makes it stronger and more flexible, and gives it the ability to withstand dynamic changes in assemblies with dissimilar metals, thinner, lightweight alloys, and wider spread bolt patterns.
Permatex Optimum Black Gasket Maker provides maximum resistance to oil and shop fluids. It is sensor safe, low odor, and noncorrosive. Key applications include valve covers, oil pans, intake manifold seals, and timing gear covers.
Both Optimum Black and Grey Gasket Makers are offered in a 3.35 oz. carded tube and come with an extra nozzle for added customer convenience.
Permatex currently operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the U.K. and exports Articles to more than 85 countries around the world. North American operations include Permatex’s headquarters in Hartford, Conn., and a manufacturing, distribution, and technical center in Solon, Ohio.
Permatex is a division of ITW (Illinois Tool Works Inc.), a U.S. based company founded in 1912.
For more information, visit www.permatex.com.