A silicone sealant always finds use where a gap requires filling or an expansion/connection joint needs sealing. As the walls and floors of a building, similarly the wash basin / bath tub are exposed to some movement – sometimes extensive yet often difficult to see – the sealant must exhibit such movement capability. Silicone sealants are essential here.
Sealing like a professional is not essentially difficult. With professional guidance and by taking the necessary care you can do a lot by yourself. Careful preparation, high quality materials and the right tools will help you.
General purpose: sealing, bonding and mending
WACKER’s General Purpose silicone sealants are designed for sealing, renovation work, repairing, bonding and gap filling in a variety of home and industrial applications: from glazing, plumbing, air-conditioning ducts to cars and boats.
Glazing, windows and doors: silicone sealants – made to last
WACKER’s silicone sealants for buildings are compatible with a variety of materials and withstand movement or changing weather conditions. They provide you with stable quality for perfect sealing.
Weatherseal: sealants with outstanding weathering and aging properties
Build on silicone sealants that provide you perfect sealing for your weatherproofing applications. WACKER’s silicone weatherseal products provide two highly important characteristics: the ability to withstand weather and atmospheric conditions without degradation on the one hand as well as efficacy in sealing out air and water. With such properties our silicone weatherseal products ensure long-term sustainability and keep maintenance costs to a minimum.
Hybrid sealants and adhesives, acrylic sealants: sealing and bonding in a new dimension
WACKER’s hybrid technology saw the development of an entirely new adhesive and sealant range. Formulations based on this technology offer higher performance over standard systems. Specifically designed to seal and bond dissimilar materials as they are isocyanate- and solvent-free these systems are particularly environmentally and user friendly.
Perimeter: sealing to keep out the elements
Today’s high-rise construction often finds internal & external joints that require sealing against water and moisture in-take. Following window installation many perimeter applications need to be sealed with a suitable silicone sealant. The sealant gives the movement flexibility that the high-rise building is exposed to.