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The Pro’s Guide to Sealants Designed for Commercial Work

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You know the high quality that Loxon® coatings bring to your concrete and masonry jobs. But did you also know that there is an entire line of Loxon sealants designed for commercial use?

Trusted for high-profile jobs

Loxon® Polyurethane Sealants meet or exceed the highest industry performance standards and are designed for a wide range of sealing and caulking applications in joints subject to structural movement and other applications.

“These high-performance sealants are being specified for numerous high-profile jobs,” says Keith Krese, Senior Product Manager, Caulk & Sealants, Sherwin-Williams. “They have been used on 33 miles of repair at the United States Air Force Academy, various Marriott properties and specified for use on Wal-Mart stores.”

What is the advantage of using Loxon Sealants?

Contractors like the excellent adhesion and resistance to deterioration even under extreme weather and other stressors. There are six different sealant types to choose from, so you can find the perfect high-performance sealant that each of your jobs require.

Key benefits:

  • Excellent adhesion to many substrates
  • Resists deterioration due to extreme weather, stress, movement, water and many chemicals
  • Paintable after full cure
  • CARB compliant formulation
  • Easy application

Where can I use them?

Loxon Sealants are formulated for use on:

  • window frames
  • skylights
  • doors
  • expansion wall joints
  • foundations
  • fascia
  • siding
  • cementitious board
  • masonry
  • stucco
  • concrete
  • wood
  • vinyl
  • aluminum

Find out more

Ask your sales rep or visit your local Sherwin-Williams store to learn more about Loxon Polyurethane Sealants.

More resources

Visit the concrete section of the Sherwin-Williams contractor website to learn more about the best practices for coating concrete and masonry surfaces.



This article was originally published in the Summer 2017 issue of the Sherwin-Williams CommercialPro newsletter. Get more business-building tips and info on products, services, discounts and project solutions on the Sherwin-Williams contractor website.

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