As the market leader in the Auto Glass Replacement (AGR) direct glazing industry, Sika offers cold-applied, hot-applied, primerless to glass, and accelerated Powercure adhesives, as well as pretreatment products,  for use in replacing direct glazed automotive glass parts. Sika’s AGR adhesives are designed to address all manner of application challenges – from temperature extremes to meeting Minimum Drive-Away Time (MDAT) requirements. In addition to being developed to meet installer requirements, all Sika AGR adhesive systems are formulated to meet or exceed the stringent crash test requirements set forth by the Federal Motor Vehicle  Safety Standard (FMVSS) 212. Sika’s reliability has been proven by the millions of successful windshield replacements that have been performed over the years with Sika AGR adhesive technologies.

The Ultimate has been achieved!

Introducing SikaTack® ULTIMATE

Sika's 𝐟𝐢𝐫𝐬𝐭-𝐭𝐨-𝐦𝐚𝐫𝐤𝐞𝐭 30-minute Minimum Drive Away Time (MDAT) 𝐚𝐧𝐝 primerless-to-glass AGR adhesive is here. 

Innovation | Simplicity | Safety
The Ultimate has been achieved.

Sika AGR Team Featured on IGA Podcast

Sika's Western Region Sales Manager, Mark OBrion, and Senior Product Engineer, Mike Rea, recently joined host Gary Hart on the Independent Glass Association's podcast. Key topics include primerless adhesive technology and how it's revolutionizing the auto glass industry, what's next in AGR, and a look at the future of automotive adhesion.

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AGTO Winners Use SikaTack® ULTIMATE

Two Sika product users recently took 1st and 2nd place in the Auto Glass Technician Olympics at this year's Auto Glass Week conference.

We congratulate both men on their wins (and prizes)!

Automotive Aftermarket Applications

for windshield replacement adhesives
Sika provides installers with the most complete and reliable training programs in the industry
For decades, Sika has been a key supplier and development partner to the automotive and commercial vehicle industries
Over 70 crash tests performed worldwide since 1987