Silicones and sealants


Sealing joints and openings is an activity that people exercise for centuries. Throughout different stages of the history, various materials have been used for that purpose: grass, mud, wax, tree resin, and others. The development of the materials used for sealing continues nowadays – new polymers with new properties and qualities enter our life every day in order to seal and hermetize joints, cracks and openings, so that the medium against which the sealing is executed not to be able to penetrate througesistance to them.


  • Acetate and Sanitary silicones

    Silicones with very good adhesion to smooth surfaces (glass, enamel, porcelain, aluminum and others) and great resistance to heat, UV-rays, and unfavorable atmospheric conditions. They do not permit the formation of mould, mildew and the existence of micro-organisms.

  • Neutral Silicones

    Silicones are developed on a neutral basis and which can be used in places where not allow the use of offensive material.

  • High temperature and oil resistant silicone

    Multi-purpose acetate silicone with high oil resistance, which maintains elasticity at temperatures from -40 ° C to 300 ° C. they are designed for sealing and bonding elements, subjected to very high or very low temperatures.

  • Sealants

    Elastic and resitant to motion and mechanical loading sealants with very good adhesion to most construction materials (bricks, concrete, ceramic tiles, glass, wood, steel, PVC and others). They ensure hermetic sealing.