Seal tight waterproofing



“SEALTIGHT- is not a surface coating, but a penetrating colourless, inorganic transparent liquid- non-toxic, non-caustic, non-flammable, inorganic scientific formulation.

It permanently waterproofs, insulates, hardens and preserves concrete, plaster, mortar and most natural stone.

The scientific formula causes a reaction that solidifies the component parts of masonry, concrete and cement mortars into a single mass making it waterproof, resistant to acid, oil, fuels, fats and grease. Increases the density of the substrate, increases wear capability, will prevent dusting, brick fretting, cracking.

SEALTIGHT applied to the masonry, concrete, plaster and render will penetrate and by a progressive chemical reaction, which is started at the surface, binds all component parts of the masonry into a more dense or solid mass. As this reaction takes place, all free lime and alkali are neutralized. As the masonry increases in density, it becomes waterproofed, resistant to acid, oil and grease.”

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    All masonry construction old or new concrete, bricks, blocks, plastering/render.Above or below ground. Concrete floors, walls, terrazzo and most natural stone.New or old constructions affected by pollution, monuments, public buildings and roads, tunnels, basements, swimming pools decks, dams, subways.For sealing Showers and other wet areas.Sealing substrates prior to painting – rising damp barrier.Tilt Up Panels.NOT FOR USE ON PRECAST CONCRETE BLOCKS.

    Protects weak and old substrates.Prevents blistering and deterioration of paints, does not contain oils or solvents.Does not require special protection. Safe for the user and environment.Non-corrosive, non-toxic and non-flammable.NOT classified as hazardous material. Environmentally friendly.NO bonding problem for paint, glue, render.NO harm to aluminium, glass, tiles etc.Permanent waterproofing, preservation and protection.

    Need Help With Instructions?

    If you are planning to use this seal tight waterproofing solution on various surfaces at your residential or commercial property? You must read the instructions listed inside the brochure carefully. We have given the key points on how to use Seal Tight Waterproofing on various surfaces below!

    Preparation Of Surface: You need to make sure that the target surface is cleaned correctly. There should be no debris, dust, grease, cracked paint, etc. Otherwise, the result won’t be a satisfying one. Thus, ensure that every hole and crack is filled before applying this solution from Scientific Waterproofing Products.

    Test The Product: As mentioned earlier, it’s a penetrating product in general, and thus, it should be absorbed by the surface very quickly. In case the surface doesn’t do not apply it further. Therefore, you should test the Seal Tight Waterproofing solution on a different surface before using it on the target surface.

    Apply The Solution: You can use this product using a hand-spray at less than 20 psi. Make sure that the entire area is adequately covered, and the substrate is saturated as well. Now, leave the surface untouched for 12-24 hours at least. In case you want to apply a foundation over the surface, make sure to use it while the Seal Tight Waterproofing solution is wet!

    Post-Application: You must let the surface cure for at least 4-5 days before you can paint over it! Similarly, right after the procedure is completed, clean all the tools with water!

    When Not To Apply?

    Are there any cautions for the Seal Tight product? Yes, and we have listed them below for your conveniences.

    • Only apply this product in clear weather and when the temperature goes above 7ºC.
    • Don’t spray this Seal Tight Waterproofing solution over previously silicone coated surfaces.
    • It won’t be able to fill missing mortars or large cracks on the surface!

    Download the brochure from our website and get all the details for this product. You can also call Scientific Waterproofing Products directly!







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