One sort of mechanical seal is a substance called sealant that is used to stop fluids from passing through gaps in materials. Sealant is sometimes used interchangeably with caulking in the construction of buildings and has similar functions in preventing the transfer of heat, sound, and dust.
Sealants might be temporary or permanent, flexible or stiff, weak or strong, etc. Although sealants are not adhesives, some of them have adhesive properties and are referred to as adhesive-sealants or structural sealants.
In the broadest sense, sealants like mud, grass, and reeds were initially employed in prehistory to insulate habitations from the elements, such as the daub in wattle and daub and thatching. Plant resins such as pine pitch and birch pitch, bitumen, wax, tar, natural gum, clay (mud) mortar, lime mortar, lead, egg and blood were used as natural sealants and adhesive-sealants.
Sealing a surface to stop the passage of a liquid or gas requires the use of industrial coatings and sealants. Our cutting-edge industrial sealants were created as a result of discussions with specialists in the field and examination of actual manufacturing facilities. Industrial sealants from Henkel’s extensive product line boost productivity and reduce costs in a variety of industries.
The Global Industrial Sealant Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Bostik announces the introduction of its new line of polyurethane sealants for use in bonding and sealing construction projects.
Bostik, a company of Arkema that specialises in adhesive solutions, has strengthened its polyurethane (PU) sealants through an ambitious research programme with a focus on Sealing & Bonding applications for the construction sector.
With this new product line, Bostik is now well-positioned in a market that is being pushed by rising demand for higher-quality products and new buildings in developing nations.
Bostik, a well-known participant in the PU industry, is creating a new line of products that satisfy the demands of both higher technical properties and sustainable performance, such as low isocyanates and solvent-free formulations, bubble-free, and great ease of use for professional and casual users, using cutting-edge production facilities in Europe and the Asia Pacific area, as well as novel technology.
With the help of this program, Bostik hopes to gain ground in the construction markets it has set its sights on in developing nations.
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