Polyurethane sealants are a quick drying and moisture-cured sealant that is used in many industries including building, construction, and the automotive industry. It is generally used for sealing joints.
When polyurethane sealant dries, it produces a very tough elastic-type seal. It also seals and sticks well to masonry, wood and metals. It is highly compatible with plastic and rubber. Polyurethane can harden much quicker than urethane and it can be used to mend vehicles, especially those made from fiber glass. It seals and mends fiberglass extremely well, creating a very strong bond.
Polyurethane sealant proves to be an excellent resistor of water and ultra-violet radiation. It offers a permanent elasticity in all weather conditions.
Applications of Quick Seal –
- Used to Seal
- Vertical and horizontal expansion joints
- Concrete control joints
- Precast and tilt-up construction
- Masonry expansion joints
- Aluminum curtain walls and storefronts
- Doors and windows
- Submerged applications
Advantages of Quick Seal –
- Faster curing than most competitive products
- Joint movement capability ±25%
- No priming required for most applications
- Excellent weather resistance
- No mixing required
- Low VOC – 35.1 g/l
- Low modulus/Low shore A hardness