|PVC Interlocking Multiwall Panel|
Duraclad™ interlocking wall and ceiling liner panels feature a multiwall structure that results in a high level of rigidity and strength, and allows for rapid installation. Interlocking tongue & groove edges allow fasteners to be completely hidden, resulting in a clean, smooth finish. Use it for interior cladding for all types of structures.
Duraclad’s resistance to chemicals allows for frequent cleaning and sanitary maintenance, as well as extended service in harsh chemical environments. From hog barns to dairy sheds, from poultry houses to wineries and more, Duraclad holds up where other products won’t.
- Rapid tongue and groove installation
- Fasteners are completely hidden
- Surface is easy to clean/sanitize
- Water resistant, rust-proof
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Resists emitted gasses in animal breeding areas
- Excellent light reflectance
- Attractive high-gloss white finish
- Dairy, Hog, and Poultry Farms
- Factories & Industrial Buildings
- Food Processing, Meat Packing
- Chemical Processing Plants
- Car & Truck Washes
- Salt Storage
- Fertilizer Storage
- Refrigerated Warehouses
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What is a neutral cure silicone?
A neutral cure silicone is a sealant which releases alcohol or another non-acidic substance whilst curing. This sealant has virtually no or has completely no odour.
Other typical silicone sealants include acetoxy silicone. An acetoxy silicone is a sealant which releases acetic acid whilst curing. This sealant is commonly recognised by its strong vinegar-like smell.
What is the difference between acetoxy and neutral cure silicone?
As acetoxy cure silicones release acetic acid whilst curing they can cause problems when used on certain substrates. When used on natural stone they can cause discolouration, when used on certain metals they can cause corrosion and on bituminous surfaces they can cause "bleeding" of the bitumen. So when applying sealant to sensitive surfaces we would always recommend using a neutral cure silicone over a acetoxy silicone as they will not react. Generally acetoxy silicones are used for kitchens, bathrooms and other internal sealing applications as they are more cost effective and faster curing than their neutral curing counterparts. Whereas neutral cure silicones have better adhesion and weatherproofing properties compared to acetoxy silicones making them the superior option for external applications.