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HYPERSEAL®-2K-F

HYPERSEAL®-2K-F

HYPERSEAL®-2K-F is a two component, horizontal grade polyurethane sealant ideal for large construction joints. Upon curing it produces a high performance pourable sealant that also provides significant waterproofing, with excellent resistance to various climatic and temperature conditions. Furthermore, the sealant has very good resistance to chemicals and other severe exposures.

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Product Details

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  • FEATURES & BENEFITS
  • Sealing of large expansion construction joints
  • Sealing of joints in Water tanks
  • Sealant for joints in irrigation channels
  • Sealing of joints in airport runways
  • Excellent resistance to ageing, microorganisms, fungi and several chemicals
  • Suitable for potable water (certificate available upon request)
  • Oven paint-able
  • Remains elastic even below  -40oC
  • Resistant to both salt water and sweet water
  • Good resistance to microorganisms and a variety of chemicals
  • Good mechanical properties
  • Resistant to accidental contact with petroleum derivatives according to specification SS-S-200E
  • Special Primers available for almost any substrate
    • Sealing of large expansion construction joints
    • Sealing of joints in Water tanks
    • Sealant for joints in irrigation channels
    • Sealing of joints in airport runways
    • Excellent resistance to ageing, microorganisms, fungi and several chemicals
    • Suitable for potable water (certificate available upon request)
    • Oven paint-able
    • Remains elastic even below  -40oC
    • Resistant to both salt water and sweet water
    • Good resistance to microorganisms and a variety of chemicals
    • Good mechanical properties
    • Resistant to accidental contact with petroleum derivatives according to specification SS-S-200E
    • Special Primers available for almost any substrate

Certifications

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