Roofing Felt Adhesive: Adiseal Bonds & Seals
Adiseal roofing felt adhesive bonds and seals roofing felt. It is waterproof meaning it works as an adhesive as well as a sealant. It can seal a roof instantly making it ideal for carrying out emergency repairs. It can even seal in wet conditions making it useful to stop a leaking roof in the rain. Whether it’s a long term bond or emergency repair, Adiseal roofing felt adhesive is the ideal solution.
Adiseal roofing felt adhesive
Adiseal is widely acclaimed for its exceptional qualities. Its formulation combines robust bonding capabilities with remarkable flexibility, durability and sealing properties even in the rain. This means that when applied, Adiseal forms a dependable and long-lasting bond capable of withstanding weather changes, temperature fluctuations, and structural shifts.
What makes Adiseal truly exceptional compared to other products is its versatility and reliability. It effortlessly adheres to various surfaces, including concrete, wood and metal, making it suitable for a wide range of roofing applications. Whether you’re working on flat or pitched roofs, or even vertical surfaces, Adiseal ensures a secure and watertight seal, delivering optimal performance.
Additionally, Adiseal excels in providing exceptional resistance against water penetration, ensuring thorough protection for your roof, even in the face of heavy rain and moisture. This outstanding feature significantly reduces the risk of leaks, preventing potential damage to the underlying structure and valuable belongings.
Seal in wet
Strongest adhesive test results
|Product||Max pressure when adhesive bond broke (psi)|
|Adiseal||3123 + psi|
|Tec 7||1016 psi|
|Loctite PL Premium||873 psi|
|Gorilla Grab Adhesive||862 psi|
|Bond It PU18||582 psi|
|Bond It Save Nails||411 psi|
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Benefits of Using Adiseal
How to use a roofing felt adhesive
How to use a roofing felt adhesive
- Surface Preparation
Ensure that the surface where the adhesive will be applied is clean, dry, and free from any debris, dust, or loose materials. Repair any existing damage or cracks on the surface before proceeding.
Open the container of the product and prepare the necessary tools, such as a sealant gun, brush or trowel, for application. Start by applying a consistent layer of adhesive onto the surface, covering the area where the roofing felt will be placed. Make sure to apply adhesive to the edges and corners as well to ensure a secure bond.
- Roofing Felt Installation
Carefully place the roofing felt onto the adhesive-coated surface. Press the felt firmly and evenly, ensuring it adheres well to the adhesive. Smooth out any wrinkles or bubbles to create a flat and uniform surface.
- Additional Adhesive Application
If needed, apply an additional layer of adhesive on top of the roofing felt to enhance the bond and seal any potential gaps or seams. Use a brush or trowel to spread the adhesive evenly and ensure full coverage.
- Curing Time
Allow the product sufficient time to cure and bond the roofing felt to the surface. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the recommended curing time. Avoid any foot traffic or disturbances during this period to ensure proper bonding.
Once the adhesive has cured, trim any excess roofing felt using a utility knife or scissors to achieve a clean and neat appearance. Inspect the installation for any areas that may require additional adhesive or touch-ups, especially around edges, corners, and seams.
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
For other countries that do not have a Adiseal distributor, please visit www.guglue.com
Frequently asked questions about roofing felt adhesive
It can be used on various surfaces such as concrete, wood, metal, and asphalt.
Roofing felt adhesive has high-strength bonding properties that create a secure and long-lasting bond between the roofing felt and the underlying surface.
Yes, it is designed to provide a waterproof seal, preventing water from penetrating through the roof and causing leaks.
Some products are designed to be applied in damp or wet conditions, providing flexibility and convenience during installation. However, it is important to check the product specifications and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Yes, it is important to clean the surface thoroughly before applying roofing felt adhesive. Removing debris, dust, and any contaminants ensures better adhesion and a stronger bond.