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CT1 Underwater Marine Sealant

CT1 Underwater Marine Sealant

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CT1 Underwater Marine Sealant.                          Ref: CT1B

Unique adhesion on virtually any material in most applications without the need for additional fixings. CT1 is the ultimate solution for sealing and bonding. 

For all applications, including construction, engineering, roofing ,repair & maintenance, installation and marine repair CT1 replaces: Wood and P.U. adhesives, silicone sealants, sanitary silicone sealants, acrylic sealants and butyl rubber sealants. As a universal adhesive CT1 bonds to all metals (including lead), glass, mirrors, all woods, MDF, polystyrene, fibreglass, tiles, concrete, most stones (without staining), most synthetic materials, plastics (excluding PP, PE and PTFE).

On mirror applications apply in vertical strips (Not suitable for PP backed mirrors). CT1 works on natural stone (does not bleed through), polyester, polystyrene foam, wet surfaces, even under water.

Key Features:

  • Excellent colour retention
  • Environmentally compliant
  • Approved by NAAF – Norwegian Asthma and Allergy Association
  • EC1 Plus Certified A+ Indoor Air Comfort GOLD®
  • ISEGA Certified – Conforms to Food Preparation Standards
  • Excellent resistance to chemicals
  • Moderate resistance to fungal and bacteria growth
  • UV resistant
  • Excellent resistance to vibration
  • Works in wet or dry conditions, even under water
  • Perfect for marine and boating maintenance, accident and emergency repairs
  • Can be used in all salt-water environments
  • Instant repair and bonding with fibre glass and carbon fibre materials
  • Odourless
  • Does not shrink
  • Contains no solvents
  • No isocyanates
  • Unique flexibility

Applications: 

  • All metals (including lead)
  • Glass
  • Mirrors
  • All woods
  • MDF
  • Polystyrene
  • Fiberglass
  • Tiles
  • Concrete
  • Most stones (without staining)
  • Most synthetic materials
  • Plastics (excluding PP, PE and PTFE)
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