Joint Sealants & Joint Seals
In structures and elements where joints have been placed in them, a Joint Sealant or Joint Seal is usually required to prevent or seal the joint against the entry of foreign matter or water into or out of the structure, and at the same time they must be able to withstand the associated movements of the joint and/or the loading pressures being applied.
The Joint Sealant or Joint Seal may also need to be able to withstand exposure to UV, be able to withstand submersion in water or salt water or even have to have resistance to fire or certain chemical or hydrocarbon solutions.
Corkjoint has many different types of Joint Sealants and Joint Seals available for use, and depending upon the type of joint designed, the type of structure and the type of exposure that they could be subject to, determines the type to be used.
Contact Corkjoint if assistance is required in choosing the correct type of Joint Sealant or Joint Seal for your structures joints.