Black Sealant Adhesive: Waterproof Seal Outdoors or Indoors
Adiseal black sealant is a high-performance waterproof sealant that provides a superior water resistant seal instantly. It can seal in dry or wet conditions making it ideal for stopping leaks. Its waterproof properties make it equally great for outdoor as well as for indoor use. Adiseal provides a better seal and bond than black silicone sealant or adhesive for many different sealing, bonding or caulking applications.
Why Choose Adiseal?
Adiseal has numerous advantages over black silicone. These include:
- Works in dry, wet, even underwater
- Waterproof black sealant adhesive
- High gap fill
- Resists mould
- Over paintable (paint can be mixed into Adiseal Ultra Clear to make custom coloured sealant)
- Non brittle (stays flexible)
- UV resistant
- Virtually odourless (no harsh smell when applying product)
- Isocyanate free
- Solvent free (safe for use on sensitive materials that can be damaged by solvent based products)
- No shrinkage or cracking
- Prevent fungal growth
- Prevent bacteria growth
- Good resistance to chemicals
- EC1 Plus certified
- ISEGA certified – safe for use in food preparation areas
The standard curing time for Adiseal is 24 – 48 hours to fully cure. Curing times can increase in colder temperatures.
Details of benefits
Works in dry, wet & underwater
Adiseal seals effectively in dry, wet, and even underwater conditions. This is very useful, particularly in urgent situations such as sealing a leaking gutter. Unlike black silicone that requires a dry surface for application, Adiseal excels in emergency repairs.
Adiseal’s waterproof sealing properties outperform black silicone in many sealing applications. It ensures effective sealing and immediate testing capabilities. Additionally, Adiseal is a dependable choice for automotive purposes.
Adiseal solvent-free sealant, ensures enhanced safety when working with delicate materials sensitive to solvents. Polystyrene, sometimes used in bath panels, is especially vulnerable to solvents in black bath sealants. Adiseal’s solvent free formula means it’s safe for use on polystyrene and other sensitive materials.
EC1 Plus certified
Adiseal boasts the lowest Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content among its counterparts and holds the prestigious EC1 Plus certification.
Black kitchen sealant
Adiseal’s ISEGA certification makes it an ideal black kitchen sealant, ensuring safety and reliability for food-related applications.
Interior & exterior use
Adiseal is versatile for both interior and exterior use, outperforming specialized products, making it superior for diverse sealing needs. Whether you need a black worktop or roof sealant, Adiseal excels in both applications.
How to use a black sealant
How to use a black sealant
- Prepare the surface
Ensure that the surface you are sealing is clean, dry, and free from any dirt, dust, or loose particles. Use appropriate cleaning methods and tools to prepare the area.
- Cut the nozzle
Cut the nozzle of the black sealant. Make sure to cut a small opening that matches the desired bead size.
- Apply the sealant
Apply a consistent bead along the desired area. Use steady pressure on the gun trigger to control the flow of the sealant.
- Tool the sealant
After applying the black sealant, use a caulk smoothing tool to smooth and shape the sealant bead. This helps create a neat and professional finish.
Any excess sealant should be wiped away using a damp cloth before it dries. Avoid smearing or spreading the sealant outside the desired area.
- Allow curing time
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to determine the recommended curing time for the black sealant. This can vary depending on the specific product and environmental conditions.
Tip: To store Adiseal once opened, leave about 1cm worth of product out of the nozzle and store the tube upright in a cool dry place. Adiseal requires moisture for it to cure. The exposed part out of the nozzle will cure creating a cap. To re-use Adiseal, pull the cured part out or cut the nozzle until the uncured part is reached.
Where to buy Adiseal
Adiseal is also available in the following colours:
Frequently asked questions about black sealant
Most silicone sealants are solvent based. For solvent based products, Adisolve can be used to deactivate the product. Spraying Adisolve on top of the product will help the silicone peel away from the material it is stuck to. Use a sharp item then to cut away any sealant that remains stuck to the surface.
Adiseal is the best black sealant. Adiseal works in the dry, damp, wet and even underwater. It seals instantly even in the rain. It is UV resistant and has many other benefits.
It is versatile and can be used in various applications. They are commonly used for sealing gaps, joints, and cracks in construction, automotive, plumbing, and other industries. It is also used for weatherproofing, waterproofing, and bonding different materials together.
They can be used on a wide range of surfaces, including metal, wood, concrete, glass, ceramic, plastic, and more. It is important to ensure that the surface is clean, dry, and free from oil or contaminants before applying the sealant.
Adiseal black sealant has been shown to outperform black silicone. Adiseal can be applied in dry, damp, wet or even underwater. Unlike black silicone, Adiseal can seal instantly making it ideal for emergency repairs as well. Adiseal provides a strong, durable and waterproof seal.