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BASF NP-1 & SL-1 Sealant

BASF MasterSeal® NP1™ Polyurethane Sealants One-Component, High Performance, Non-Priming, Gun-Grade, Elastomeric Polyurethane Sealant MasterSeal NP 1 requires no mixing and typically requires no priming to bond to many materials, including concrete and masonry. Primary and Recommended Uses: Interior and exterior | Above and below grade | Immersed in water Concrete | Masonry | Aluminum | Wood Expansion wall joints | Curtain wall construction Panel walls | Precast units Aluminum and wood window frames Fascia | Parapets | Structural components Vinyl siding | Roofing Features: Joint movement capability ±35% | Easy to gun and tool | Range of colors Bonds to most construction materials without a primer | One component Weather resistant | Wide temperature application range | Compatible with non-rigid paints UL listed; Passes 4–hour, 4–inch, fire and hose stream test when used with Ultra Block or mineral wool Suitable for water immersion with documented performance in wet areas Meets VOC requirements in all 50 states   BASF MasterSeal® SL-1™ Self-Leveling Polyurethane Concrete Expansion Joint Sealant (formerly called Sonolastic SL 1) Sonneborn SL 1 joint sealant is a one-component, self-leveling, UV resistant, exterior grade, non-priming polyurethane sealant designed for creating, sealing and waterproofing all type of concrete and metal expansion joints up to 1-1/2" in width. It has 300 psi tensile and 800% Elongation. For joints wider than 1-1/2", SL2 is recommended. SL1 requires no mixing and bonds to many materials without a primer, including concrete, masonry, metals, fiberglass, etc. Aplications: Concrete floors Metal Decks Sidewalks Roofs and decks Commercial kitchen floors Plaza decks Parking Garages Exterior or Interior With 800% elongation and 350 PSI tensile strength it is recommended where flexibility as well as abrasion and puncture resistance are required. Not recommended for asphalt sealing, asphalt expansion joints, or contact with asphalt products. Cure: Skins over: within 24 hours, Foot traffic: 3 days, Full cure: 1 week