Sealants join a wide variety of materials together. They seal surfaces, shafts, screw connections, joints or seams. Sealants are pastes or liquids that either remain in their liquid state or only harden when used. No sealant can fulfill all requirements equally. The right sealant must be selected depending on the type of joint and area of application. The spectrum ranges from non-hardening, permanently plastic sealants to hardening and rigidly hardening, non-flexible systems. Special types are resistant to aggressive chemicals such as acids or alkalis and other sealants can withstand extreme heat.

  • Surface densities
  • Thread seals
  • Elastic/plastic sealants
  • Sealing tapes
  • Brands