New Euroseal Hotmelt From Thermoseal Group

Date: 6 November 2007
Source: The
Euroseal Hotmelt is the new insulated glass sealant which has been engineered by partnership agreement between Thermoseal Group and Kommerling UK.

As the UK’s largest supplier of glass machinery and consumables, Thermoseal is also the largest supplier of Kommerling’s high profile sealants. Therefore, when Thermoseal approached Kommerling with the idea for a new sealant which was based on the feedback from its customer base, Kommerling was only too pleased to work with them to produce a sealant tailored to Thermoseal’s customer’s requirements.

Euroseal is EN1279 parts 2, 3 and 4 compliant and comes in a standard pack size of 6.5kg. It is quick setting for clean and fast application with minimal slump.

Mark Hickox, Sales Director at Thermoseal Group says: “Our customer feedback about our Kommerling sealants has always been extremely positive. However, we actively seek to improve the range and choice of products that we offer. Therefore, we sought the opinion of some of our current hot melt customers as to what their ideal properties of the new sealant would be. The general request was that we produce a sealant that takes less time to melt and is a little less sticky. So that’s what we did.

“Although Isomelt Hotmelt is still our premium sealant, Euroseal is a quality alternative. It has all the advantages of Isomelt, but it’s a little less dense and subsequently a little cheaper.”

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