Originally Posted by sailingdog
That might be Dow Corning 795, which is an exception to the silicone is useless rule. It is a structural adhesive that is used to hold the large panes of glazing material in skyscrapers, that are not mechanically fastened in any way.
I hope that it's not the stuff they used on the Hancock Tower (aka "the Plywood Palace").
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