What is SealMaster sealer?

What is SealMaster sealer?

MasterSeal™ is a mineral filled asphalt emulsion sealcoat designed to protect and beautify all asphalt pavement including parking lots, driveways, airports, shopping malls, roadways, and more.

How does an inflatable seal work?

How Does an Inflatable Seal Work? When the inflatable seal is introduced and inflated, it will expand to the striking surface which helps to create a reliable seal that can prevent liquids and gases from escaping. When the inflatable seal is removed, the seal will retract to a deflated configuration.

Who is Seal Master?

SealMaster is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of pavement sealer and sealcoat with over 100 pavement sealer manufacturing plants and distribution centers in the US.

What is pavement sealer?

Sealcoat or pavement sealer is a coating for asphalt-based pavements. The top of the asphalt pavement is said to oxidize and decay when left unprotected. The sealcoat serves as the asphalt’s protective barrier against wear, freezing, and vehicle leaks.

What are the different types of asphalt sealer?

Different Types of Blacktop Sealers

  • Coal Tar Emulsion.
  • Asphalt Emulsion.
  • Oil-Based.
  • Fast-Dry.
  • Acrylic.

Who owns seal master?

—SealMaster has announced David Bernath and his son, Jake Bernath, are the new owners of the franchise system’s Louisville-based Kentucky territory.

What is in blacktop sealer?

Blacktop sealants are water-based emulsions with a base stock usually made of asphalt (all Latexite products are low VOC, asphalt based and contain no coal tar) combined with fillers and other additives that provide added strength and flexibility.

Is SealMaster a franchise?

SealMaster® began franchising in 1993. The SealMaster® franchise enables qualified entrepreneurs to manufacture SealMaster pavement sealers utilizing proprietary formulations and manufacturing techniques that have made SealMaster® an industry leader.

How do you seal an inflatable?

Patching a small leak or tear on your inflatable is simple with a quick-curing UV repair adhesive that bonds directly to the material. In a shaded area, apply the Aquaseal UV Repair Adhesive, overlapping the damaged area by at least 1/4”.

Who owns SealMaster?