About Sureseal

What it does:

  • Possesses the advanced¬†sealing characteristics of closed cell foam
  • Possesses the compression/recovery characteristics of open cell foam
  • Expands to seal between irregular or regular surfaces
  • STOPS air, moisture, dust, sound, and vibration
  • Remains dry and touchable…never messy or tacky
  • Strong adhesive backing keeps it in place

What it WON’T do:

  • Need replacing
  • Wind up on screws
  • Lose saturant or bleed
  • Leak out of the joint or creep
  • Dry out or crack
  • Strong adhesive backing keeps it in place…won’t creep or bleed
  • Fail to seal
  • Loosen from vibration, jolts or shocks
  • Fail acoustical tests
  • Let bad weather or cold stop installation
  • Require specialized installation methods
  • Be damaged by over-compression, or take a significant compression set

Why it works:

SureSeal is a saturated open-cell polyurethane foam. The solution that is used to saturate SureSeal is cured and becomes an integral part of the foam. SureSeal’s cells close and form a seal at 50% compression. Unlike typical closed cell foam, the compression won’t blow out the cells and ruin the seal. Expansion and contraction will not affect the seal, even over long periods of time.

Where it works:

  • Between drywall and framing
  • Between sill plate and foundation
  • Expansion joints
  • Between logs in log home construction
  • Prefabricated elements
  • Concrete junctures
  • Interface between windows/doors and brickwork
  • Doors and windows
  • Plumbing and HVAC systems
  • Tank supports
  • Mirror assemblies
  • Chassis supports
  • Glass and metal curtain walls
  • Bridges
  • Dams and canals

For use in:

  • Residential construction
  • Commercial and industrial construction
  • Log home construction
  • Auto body and trim
  • RR car components
  • Trailers
  • Motor Homes and RVs
  • Manufactured Housing
  • Boats and marine applications
  • Aircraft construction
  • Appliances
  • Structural retrofit