DAPCO™ 2200 is an adhesive, solvent free, thixotropic silicone paste. DAPCO™ 2200 is most commonly used as a coating, sealant, or filleting material in the construction, repair and maintenance of all types of aircraft. The product can be applied using a variety of methods and is especially useful where fire resistance, exposure to phosphate ester fluids, and/or exposure to extreme temperatures -65 ºF (-54 ºC) to 400 ºF (204 ºC) are major considerations. The product can also be used as an insulative and/or ablative heat shield. The product is available in kit sizes of 2.5 oz and 6 oz injection kits.
Unit of Measure


Extreme Temperature

N/A -54 to 204 ºC-65 to 400 ºF

Typical Properties

Part A Color

N/A Gray

Part B Color

N/A White

Mixed Color

N/A Gray

Part A Solids

N/A 100 %

Part B Solids

N/A 100 %

Mixed Solids

N/A 100 %

Part A Consistency

N/A Paste

Part B Consistency

N/A Viscous Liquid

Mixed Consistency

N/A Thixotropic Paste

Part A Density

N/A 11.6 lb/gal

Part B Density

N/A 7.8 lb/gal

Mixed Density

N/A 11.4 lb/gal

Part A Shelf Life at 77 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF) Temperature

N/A 6 months

Part B Shelf Life at 77 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF) Temperature

N/A 6 months


Mixing (Handling)

N/A Part A and B must be mixed in the correct ratio and mixed thoroughly. Product is supplied in injection kits and comes with mixing instructions. Mechanical mixing is recommended.

Recommended Mix Ratio by Weight (Part A/Part B)

N/A 100/4.1

Recommended Mix Ratio by Volume (Part A/Part B)

N/A 4.1/6.1

Working Life

N/A Product will extrude from the tube nicely for 30 minutes after mixing. Product becomes tack free in 1 hour.

Typical Cured Properties


N/A 50 Shore "A"

Substrates Includes

N/A Stainless Steel Titanium Aluminum Primed Aluminum

Lap Shear Strength Control

N/A 330 psi

Lap Shear Strength after 7 Days at 400 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF) Temperature

N/A 330 psi

Lap Shear Strength after 7 Days at 120 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF) Temperature and 100% Relative Humidity (RH)

N/A 330 psi

Lap Shear Strength after 7 Days in BMS 3-11 Hydraulic Fluid

N/A 260 psi

Peel Strength

N/A 20 lb/in

Flame Resistance BMS 5-63 Rev. J

N/A < 2 Seconds (sec) Self Extinguishing Time 0 Flame Penetration



N/A The substrate must be free from contamination, i.e. dirt, oil grease, etc. Clean the surface by wiping with a suitable solvent/cleaning agent and dry thoroughly. Handling strength is achieved in <4 hours at 72 ºF (25 ºC) (High loads on the product should


N/A DAPCO™ 2200 is generally cured at ambient temperatures above 55 ºF (13 ºC). Moisture helps develop final properties (a relative humidity ranging between 30-70% is preferred). Product reaches a hardness of 30 shore A in 4 hours at 72 ºF (22 ºC) and 50% R.H, allowing for quick repairs and fast "fly away" times. Full cure is achieved in 48 hours, however optimum physical properties are developed when the product is cured for seven days at 72 ºF (22 ºC) and 50% R.H.


N/A Before the material has cured, the excess may be removed using DAPCO™ 2000 diluent.

Storage and Handling

Storage and Handling

N/A Shelf Life: 6 months when stored at or below 77 ºF (25 ºC)
Keep in unopened foil bags.



N/A Material Safety Data Sheet available upon request


Features and Benefits

  • Quick cure
  • Excellent fire resistance to 2000 ºF
  • Service temperature of -65 ºF up to 400 ºF
  • Universal primerless adhesion to diverse substrates
  • Good resistance to aerospace chemicals
  • Offers non-inhibition curing characteristics against other sealants and adhesives
  • Non-volatile content of >97%
  • Qualified to BMS 5-63, AMS3374, and BAMS 552-004



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