Watertight Expansion Joints and Construction Sealants by EMSEAL

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RoofJoint Watertight Expansion Joint and Wall Transitions

RoofJoint Watertight Expansion Joint and Wall Transitions

RoofJoint watertight roof expansion joint. Designed to transition to wall expansion joints maintaining continuity of seal with expansion joints throughout the building envelope.

Emshield® WFR CE Overview & Easy Installation

Emshield® WFR CE Overview & Easy Installation

EMSEAL’s Emshield® WFR CE is an EN-1366-4 tested, fire-rated movement joint for walls. Emshield WFR CE is a silicone-faced movement joint for European and other markets requiring CE marking.

Emshield® DFR CE Overview & Easy Installation

Emshield® DFR CE Overview & Easy Installation

EMSEAL’s Emshield® DFR CE is an EN-1366-4 tested, fire-rated movement joint for Decks and Drive Surfaces. Emshield DFR CE is a silicone-faced movement joint for European and other markets requiring CE marking.

Thermaflex® Watertight Winged Expansion Joint

Thermaflex® Watertight Winged Expansion Joint

Installation of Thermaflex® TCR parking deck expansion joint with Emcrete nosing material. Video shows how to repair an expansion joint by replacing it with a blockout-mounted, winged expansion joint encapsulated into an impact-absorbing, low-aggregate ratio nosing material. Video covers blockout prep, butt join welding, priming, installation of seal, mixing and installation of nosing.

Emshield® WFR Overview & Easy Installation

Emshield® WFR Overview & Easy Installation

EMSEAL’s Emshield® WFR is an easy to install UL/ULC-certified wall expansion joint. Available with 1, 2 or 3-hour fire-ratings. Watertight, thermal insulating and sound attenuating. For interior or exterior use. This quick overview shows the product and how easy it is to install. Your best choice for new or retrofit construction.

Emshield® DFR Overview & Easy Installation

Emshield® DFR Overview & Easy Installation

EMSEAL’s Emshield® DFR is an easy to install UL/ULC-certified deck & floor expansion joint. Watertight, thermal insulating and sound attenuating. For interior or exterior use. This quick overview shows the product and how easy it is to install. Your best choice for new or retrofit construction.

Seismic Colorseal Wall Expansion Joint

Seismic Colorseal Wall Expansion Joint

EMSEAL’s Seismic Colorseal is an easy to install high-movement wall and vertical expansion joint. Watertight, thermal insulating and sound attenuating. For interior or exterior use it is available in many industry standard silicone colors.This quick overview shows the product and how easy it is to install. Your best choice for new or retrofit construction.

EMSEAL SJS Seismic Trafficable Watertight Expansion Joint

EMSEAL SJS Seismic Trafficable Watertight Expansion Joint

EMSEAL’s SJS seismic expansion joint system is the industry standard for larger, watertight expansion joints used in parking garages, decks, walkways and other horizontal areas with vehicular or pedestrian traffic requiring a coverplate. This quick overview shows the product and how easy it is to install. The EMSEAL SJS system is the best solution to your new construction or retrofit repair larger horizontal expansion joint needs.

DSM – Overview and Easy Installation

DSM – Overview and Easy Installation

EMSEAL’s DSM system is the industry standard for watertight expansion joints used in parking garages, decks, walkways and other horizontal areas with vehicular or pedestrian traffic. This quick overview shows the product and how easy it is to install. EMSEAL DSM system is the best solution to your new construction or retrofit repair horizontal expansion joint needs.

Who’s Using EMSEAL Expansion Joints?

Who’s Using EMSEAL Expansion Joints?

Yeah, we sealed that. EMSEAL has been leading the structural expansion joint market for years and our track record is the proof. Here are just a few of the structures into which our breakthrough fire, water, seismic, roof, parking, bridge below-grade, submersed, and acoustic expansion joint systems have been installed. What’s in your joints?