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Seal & Bond Sealtrans

SEAL & BOND SEALTRANS is a recently developed single component synthetic rubber polymer based                        on siloxanes for elastic, transparent sealing.

  • Contains no plasticizers.
  • Safe to use on natural stone.
  • Very high elasticity: 480%.
  • Bonds without primer to most materials: natural stone, brick, concrete, ceramics, enamel, acrylate, porcelain, metals, glass, soft and hard wood, ...
  • Excellent resistance to fungal growth.
  • Brilliant, dirt-repelling joints with excellent UV-resistance.
  • Easy to squeeze and to handle.
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N539096Seal & Bond Sealtrans clear cart.310ml

Character: elastic synthetic rubber based on polysiloxanes.
Consistency: paste-like.
Colour: transparant - brilliant.
Shrinkage: according to DIN 52451 < 1%.
Sagging out: according to ISO 7390 less than 1 mm.
Max. permitted tranformation: 25% - durable.
Shore hardness W : 24 Shore A - according ISO 868.
Tensile strength: 130 N/cm2.
Elongation at rupture: 600%.
E-modul: 100% 0.3 mPa.
UV-resistance: excellent.
Fungicidal: according to ISO 846.
Painting: CAN NOT be painted.
Curing: 2 mm / 24 hrs / 23°C 50% R.H.
Finish: 5 min. 23°C / 50% R.H.
Thermal stability: -45°C to +155°C.
Volatile organic compounds (VOC): 0,00%.
Organic solvents: 0,00%.
Application temperature: from +5°C up to +40°C.
Shelf life: 12 months, keep dry, cool and frost-proof.
Safety measures: consult the Safety Data Sheet.

  • applicable where elastic, transparent joints are required.
  • very appropriate for sealing “problematic” surfaces such as natural stone and acrylate, due to its composition free of plasticizers.
  • ideal transparent sealant for use in interior construction, verandas, windows and doors, kitchens and bathrooms as well as in general maintenance.
  • excellent adherence to most surfaces found in the building industry, e.g.: natural stone, brick, concrete, ceramics, enamel, acrylate, porcelain, metals, glass, soft and hard wood ... with the exception of PE - PP - Teflon and bitumen.