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EternaBond® WindowSeal for Newly Installed Windows

March 26, 2020

The installation of new windows requires the use of an efficient sealant to ensure a secure, weatherproof fit. While there are many products on the market for this purpose, most are not as high quality as the EternaBond® WindowSeal is for the task. It consists of a polyethylene film and is coated with the EternaBond® […]

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Typical Applications of Norseal® V990

March 13, 2020

Regardless of where the need is for a foam sealant, you need to use a high-quality, reliable one to receive ideal results. Norseal® V990 is one such product, and it will provide you with durable results, whether you use it for a glazing sealant or one of its many other applications. Clients have preferred this […]

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Prevent Vibration Noise in the Industrial Workplace by Using the Right Adhesive Tapes

February 21, 2020

Ensuring that an industrial working environment is as quiet as possible is a difficult task with all the various noise sources in the building. Even the WHS laws in Australia, though, mandate that there is an acceptable noise level that companies must provide their workers for the sake of their safety. Noises often come from […]

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EternaBond® Steel Roller Uses in Sealing Applications

February 7, 2020

A number of EternaBond® products require the right amount of pressure placed on them to ensure that they create a secure seal for their intended purposes. While there may be other help aid to accomplish this type of pressure on the market today, none performs the job as well as the EternaBond® steel roller does […]

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Butyl Rods: Answer to Difficult Industrial Sealing Problems

January 20, 2020

Butyl rods can be seen between large blocks of precast concrete. Horizontally arranged pavers and vertically formed concrete structures also use the premium grade synthetic rubber. The flexible rope acts as a deep opening filler, which can then be further sealed with a pasty caulk. Added to the tacky rope’s sealing credentials, though, the material […]

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Noiseproofing Made Hassle-free with Green Glue Noise Proofing Compound

January 14, 2020

Noise proofing has been underestimated by some property owners, especially those who have offices and business properties. In some offices, numerous rooms must be noise-proofed so that the noise from the outside is blocked. Rooms like meeting rooms, conference rooms, and even the workspace itself must receive minimised noise from the outside to avoid any […]

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Avoid Issues in Gasketing by Choosing Quality Sealants

December 13, 2019

Gasket sealants function as jointing support mediums. Basically, if a gasket lacks seal integrity, a pasty compound is applied to its rubber or fabric surface to offset such material shortcomings. In a way, sealants supplement or augment the fluid proof barrier that forms between a flange face and a jointing medium. The substance creates a […]

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EternaBondAlumiBond: Properties and Applications

December 2, 2019

As aluminium structures increase in number, tenacious support services struggle to come up with new ways to care for them. It’s not such a hard job; the metal seems capable of looking after itself. Remember, aluminium surfaces are naturally corrosion-resistant, and the alloy provides a high strength-to-weight ratio. Anyway, to bind and seal such lightweight […]

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Norseal® V710 Properties and Applications

November 18, 2019

Norseal® V710 is a PVC based foam. It’s cut into thin lengths of material-cushioned, Poly Vinyl Chloride, which are then rolled into multi-metre lengths. Since the foam is designed to perform as a force dampening and weather blocking seal, the material inevitably finds its way into heavy door sealing applications. That, unfortunately, is a hard […]

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Mount Posters and Displays Using V1500 Double Sided Rubber Adhesive

November 4, 2019

Many apartment occupants rent their homes. Naturally enough, they want to make the cold walls feel more homelike, so they mount posters. But wait, there’s a hesitation. No one wants to make holes in the walls with pins or tacks, not if that action breaks a clause in some overly fussy lease agreements. So, what’s […]

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