Sealants are extremely versatile products that can be used to either seal the surface of a substrate to improve its serviceability or to seal an active joint in a building.

Surface and penetrating sealants can be applied over a variety of porous substrates, but are most commonly applied over a cementitious or natural stone while joint sealants are able to be applied over a variety of substrates including concrete, masonry, fibre cement sheet, metal, and timber.

The Envirosystems Difference

Envirosystems extensive range of surface, penetrating and joint sealants provide a variety of surface preservation and gap filling options to protect and improve the serviceability of a diversity of substrates.

Our surface sealants work by forming a thin film over a substrate creating a hard wearing, UV stable and dustproof layer while our penetrating sealants work by penetrating into the pores of a cementitious or natural stone substrate to fill the voids with a silicone based compound.

Our joint sealants are typically used to seal joints where a moderate degree of differential substrate movement is anticipated.

All sealants in the Envirosystems range provide excellent adhesion and have an abundance of useful applications in the residential, commercial and industrial developments.