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sealant

1. any substance, such as wax, used for sealing documents, bottles, etc.
2. any of a number of substances used for stopping leaks, waterproofing wood, etc.

sealant

Any material or device used to prevent the passage of liquid or gas across a joint or opening; a sealer.
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An expert on premium research reports, Market Research Future has added a report titled "Global Surgical Sealants and Adhesives Market 2023" to its offering.
As concrete freezes and shrinks, Li's polymer sealant expands to fill the cracks.
Top Gun sealants are ideal for a variety of interior and exterior applications on many types of building surfaces.
Three types of sealant are commonly used to resurface asphalt driveways: oil base, coal tar and water-based slurry.
Fifteen studies compared resin-based sealants to no sealants.
The Ball Ground business will be integrated into and operate under the name Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC.
Overall, 43% of children and 39% of low-income children in the United States were treated at least once with dental sealant.
The benefits of dental sealant programs for low-income children exceed the costs.
Among children aged 7-11 years, the mean DFFM was significantly lower for both higher-income and low-income children with at least one sealant (0.19 and 0.29, respectively) compared with children with no sealants (0.52 and 0.82, respectively) (Table 3).
Headquartered in Norton, Ohio, Fomo Products was founded in 1975 and is a manufacturer of low pressure one- and two-component polyurethane foam sealants, adhesives, pour-in-place and spray foam in pressurised, disposable, and refillable packaging.
Both milk and permanent teeth can benefit from sealants.
M2 PHARMA-August 14, 2015-Cohera Medical Granted CE Marking Approval for Surgical Sealant Used in GI Procedures