The secondary sealing sealants are divided into several types: two-component sealants based on the polyurethanes, two-component sealants based on the polysulfide, one-component hot-melt sealants with the hot curing, one-component silicone sealants and two-component silicone sealants for structural glazing that are allocated aside.

So, what kind of sealant is “right” and what does consumer finally get? You can read about it in the new issue of Window Technologies edition № 75 (1) 2019.

In the article “A Proper Chemistry from Gran Polychem or what is it mean a good quality polyurethane sealant”, Gran Polychem focuses on the importance of quality and a producer must be ready to respond to the individual needs of consumer.

“…. We are in close contact with our client and are ready to respond to any requests and comments as soon as possible. None of our competitors can follow this speed of reaction.”

The full version of this article you can read here.