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ISOLTEMA GROUP SEALING BY COMPRESSION

Bituminous and butyl sealant

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ISOLTEMA GROUP

Gambettola, Italy
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SEALING BY COMPRESSION

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Bituminous and butyl sealant

Available in different sizes and profiles, they are made of different compounds:
P20 for large-sized profiles;
P60 for small-sized profiles;
P70 for low temperatures applications.

Characteristics
The three different compounds constituting the Sealing By Compression Butyls, are characterized by distinctive and specific features.

The P20 compound has been designed for large-sized profiles, its main application are in prefabricated structures, manholes and rain water drains.
The main characteristics of the P20 are a high Shear Adhesion and a low Compression at 23 °C.

The P60 compound has been designed for small-sized profiles, its main applications are in metal constructions, panels, roofing and joinery.
In order to be suitable for these applications, the P60 compound is characterized by a high Probe Tack and a high Elasticity.

The P70 compound is a very special compound designed and developped for applications where sealing performances at very low temperatures are required.
The main characteristics of the P70 compound are a high Compression and a low Resistance to Compression at very low temperatures.
Each compound is available in different shapes and profiles (specifically designed for defined application).


Uses
Compatible with metals, steel, aluminium, glass, Plexiglas, polycarbonate, PVC, wood, concrete and most other common materials for construction.
These strips have been designed for sealing of metal constructions, roofing and panels, joinery, sheets made of shaped fibre cement plates, assembled prefabricated structures, corrugated sheets, manholes and rain water drains.
In addition, they have vibration damping properties between two supports.

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