PU Construction Sealant
Soudaflex FC PU Construction sealant is one of those sealant products which offers a great value for money to its customers. Alongwith a wide range of uses in both sealing and bonding applications, it is a one-component polyurethane sealant with a high modulus.
Characteristics Of Soudaflex Construction FC
- Firstly, easy to apply and it offers permanent elasticity after curing.
- It offers excellent resistance to UV radiation and most chemically deteriorating agents.
- Furthermore, good adhesion properties and is especially developed for applications on concrete surfaces.
- Lastly, conforms to LEED standards.
Where Can Soudaflex Construction FC Be Used?
This particular construction PU sealant was specially formulated in the McCoy Soudal labs for the construction industry. Its properties particularly offers superb adhesion to concrete surfaces and thus, is an integral tool in the building industry. However, it also finds application where structural bonding is required in vibrating constructions.
How To Use PU construction Sealant?
- Firstly, Use a caulking gun for application. highly recommended that a preliminary adhesion test conducted to make sure that it matches your requirement.
- Follow standard industrial hygiene applications.
- Apply this product under standard room temperature conditions.
- Lastly, make sure to clean the caulking gun with spirit immediately after application.
What is PU sealant?
PU Sealant is a one-component, medium-modulus polyurethane sealant that cures on exposure to atmospheric humidity. It possesses excellent adhesion to all typical construction materials such as cement based materials, brick, ceramic, glass, wood, galvanized and painted sheet iron and various plastics.
Is polyurethane sealant waterproof?
Polyurethane Sealant becomes rubber elastomer with good recovery after it cures. It expands after immersed in water to fill the gap, seal and waterproof. It has excellent performance in civil construction as waterproof material.
What is the difference between silicone and polyurethane sealant?
One of the principal differences between silicone and polyurethane sealants is the chemical composition. Silicone is an inorganic substance, while polyurethane is organic. The primary difference between organic and inorganic substances is the presence of carbon. For detailed information you could check our blog on sealant selection.