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Protective Glazing – Adding Impact Resistance with The Right Silicone Sealants
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Impact Resistant
Sealants Webinar

April 15th 2021 - 1pm EST

Creating durable, impact resistant glazing systems to mitigate the effects of extreme weather, vandalism, and bomb blasts –with GE Silicones’ Technical Director, Errol Bull.

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Choosing the right silicone sealant is an essential part of protective glazing system design.

GE Silicones is the industry leader in sealants and coatings that extend life and add performance to buildings of all types. Like our products, we're hardworking and long-lasting.

GE Silicones is the industry leader in sealants and coatings that extend life and add performance to buildings of all types. Like our products, we're hardworking and long-lasting.

On April 15th 2021, GE Silicones’ Technical Director and global authority on silicone sealant technology, Errol Bull, will be exploring the topic in a special webinar.

He’ll be looking at the importance of the silicone sealant and the properties it needs to work effectively, and showcasing GE Silicone sealant - a high-performance silicone structural adhesive ideal for use across a range of protective glazing systems.

Designed with Your Next Project in Mind

GE Silicones sealants create a durable, airtight, and watertight barrier to protect window perimeters, openings, flashings, and critical junctions in a range of protective glazing systems.

With the elasticity required for the most complex designs, it bonds securely to a wide range of materials and finishes, including:

  • Glass and polycarbonate

  • Vinyl and plastics

  • Brick and concrete

  • Terracotta, ceramic and porcelain

  • Wood and EIFS

  • Natural stone

  • Coated and anodized aluminum

Prevent glazing damage

GE Silicones sealants work to absorb impact energy – in glazing systems designed to meet building codes, mitigate risk, and improve the safety of buildings.

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