Silicone & Sealants

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Protect your property from water damage with our wide range of multi-purpose sealants and silicone products. We offer a variety of sealant gun-compatible general, mould-resistant, fire-resistant and heat-resistant sealants to meet any room or application requirement – we stock only the most reputed products by the trusted brand Everbuild. 

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What Are Silicone & Sealants? 

Silicone is a synthetic polymer that is used in a wide range of applications, including as a sealant or adhesive. It is made up of silicon, oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen atoms and is known for its flexibility, low toxicity, thermal stability, and water resistance. Silicone adhesive is the preferred choice for sealing windows onto frames due to its water-resistant properties, although it can be used to bind surfaces in a variety of applications. 

Sealants, on the other hand, are materials used to seal gaps or joints between two surfaces to inhibit the passage of liquids, gases, or other substances. They are specially formulated for use in construction and manufacturing industries as a solution to filling gaps and cracks in materials such as concrete, metal, and wood.

Silicone sealants are the supple gymnasts of the sealant world. With their flexibility, durability, and ability to handle extreme temperatures, they are the ultimate multitaskers. Commonly used in construction and automotive applications to seal joints, gaps, and cracks in buildings, window and door frames and automotive parts, silicone sealants are generally suited for exterior use. 

Silicone sealant can be found in a variety of colours and formulations, such as high-temperature, waterproof, or fire-resistant, depending on the specific application.

To explore our entire sealant and adhesives range please navigate our Adhesive & Sealants homepage.

Multi-Purpose Sealant 

When you are looking for a sealant that works in multiple settings and surfaces, look no further than a multi-purpose sealant. 

Multi-purpose sealant is purposed for sealing joints and aids in helping you achieve an airtight seal for general applications, including windows and door frames, baths, showers, sinks and kitchen areas.

Not only can it resist weathering, extreme temperatures, moisture and vibrations - but also can be applied on a variety of surfaces including : 

  • Aluminum
  • Granite Stone 
  • Ceramic
  • Metal
  • Glass
  • Wood
  • Plastic

Intumescent Sealant

Intumescent sealant is a type of fire-resistant sealant that is designed to help prevent the spread of fire through gaps, joints, and penetrations in walls, floors, and ceilings. When faced with extreme heat, it transforms itself from a humble, run-of-the-mill sealant into a formidable, heat-resistant barrier that can help prevent fires from spreading. 

In the face of fire, intumescent sealant expands, forming a thick, protective layer that helps to contain the fire and prevent it from spreading to other areas of the building.

Intumescent sealant is commonly used in buildings that require high levels of fire protection, such as hospitals, schools, and commercial buildings. It is also used in residential buildings to help improve fire safety. 

Intumescent sealant can be applied to a wide range of materials, including concrete, metal, and wood, and it can be used in both new construction and renovation projects.

Frequently Asked Silicone & Sealants Questions

Is Caulk The Same As Silicone? 

Silicone and Caulk may be employed interchangeably as sealants, yet there is a critical distinction between them. Though both comprise silicone components, their elasticity varies immensely. 

Caulk is a dependable sealant for solid, inflexible surfaces; however, silicone sealant has the advantage of being more flexible and lasting longer in areas with greater humidity. In bathrooms specifically, using silicone rather than caulk to fill cracks near tubs or showers will create a sturdier seal that requires less maintenance over time.

Caulk is the perfect solution for those looking to quickly fill up gaps in living areas, such as between skirting boards and picture rails. Furthermore, it can be painted over with any type of paint or varnish. 

What Are Silicone Sealants Used For?

Silicone sealants are commonly used for sealing gaps and joints in various materials to prevent the passage of liquids, gases, or other substances. They are often used in construction and automotive industries for sealing window frames, bathroom appliances, doors, and automotive parts.

What Are The Benefits Of Using Silicone Sealants?

Silicone sealants offer a variety of benefits such as flexibility, durability, and resistance to extreme temperatures and weather conditions. They are also easy to apply and offer a long-lasting seal.

Can Silicone Sealants Be Painted Over?

Yes, silicone sealants can be painted over once they have fully cured. It is important to ensure that the sealant is completely dry and free from any contaminants before painting.

Are Silicone Sealants Waterproof?

Yes, silicone sealants are waterproof and can be used in areas that are exposed to water, such as bathrooms and kitchens.

How Long Does It Take For Silicone Sealant To Dry?

The drying time of silicone sealant can vary depending on the formulation and conditions in which it is applied. Typically, it can take between 24 and 48 hours for silicone sealant to fully cure.

Can Silicone Sealants Be Used On All Surfaces?

No, silicone sealants are not suitable for all surfaces. It is important to check the manufacturer's instructions to ensure that the sealant is compatible with the surface you plan to use it on. To find the best silicone sealant for your project please refer to the datasheets on each product page. 

How Do You Remove Silicone Sealant?

Silicone sealant can be removed using a silicone sealant remover or a scraper tool. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and take proper safety precautions when removing silicone sealant.

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