Adhesives & Sealants

5703 products


Red Loctite 277

Price: 5427 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 6 Bottle/Bottles

3 Years

Navi Mumbai


Orevac OE850 Adhesive

Price: 215 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 25 Kilograms/Kilograms

7 Years

New Delhi

Satyanarayan Rubber and Plastic Industries

Industrial Self Adhesive Strips

Price: 25.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

17 Years



Easy to Use Puncture Lock

Price: 50 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

1 Years



Bronze Putty

Price: 5650 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms

8 Years



Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Price: 400 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Piece/Pieces

4 Years



Construction Micro Silica

Price: 12 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Metric Ton/Metric Tons

15 Years



Tile Adhesive SuperFlex

Price: 6430 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Barrel/Barrels

7 Years

Navi Mumbai


Epoxy Grout Application: Used For Filling The Gap Between Two Tiles.

Price: 200 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 200 Kilograms/Kilograms

2 Years



Dibutyl Phosphate (DBP)

Price: 12 -3400 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Kilograms/Kilograms

8 Years



Butyl Rubber Sealants

Price: 130 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Roll/Rolls

12 Years



Weicon Adhesives And Sealant

Price: 900-14000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 12 Kilograms/Kilograms

17 Years



UPVC Heavy Duty Adhesive

Price: 1000.00 - 3000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

12 Years



White Construction Block Jointing Adhesive

Price: 40 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

11 Years

New Delhi


Hvac Adhesives

Price: 150-160 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 30 Liter/Liters

15 Years



Acrylic Sealant

Price: 150.00 - 1500.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Bottle/Bottles

3 Years



Tile Adhesive Powder

Price: 1100 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 25 Bag/Bags

3 Years



PU Foam Sealant

Price: 325 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 BOX Piece/Pieces

5 Years

New Delhi


Nitoseal Ms600 Application: Good Working

Price: 400 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 5 Kilograms/Kilograms

13 Years



Fevi Kwik Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Price: 50 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 200 Piece/Pieces

9 Years



Aquaguard 50% - Acrylic Polymer Bonding Agent

Price: 100.00 - 500.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

2 Years

New Delhi


Red Black Standing Type Roller Coater Machine

Price: 60001 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

9 Years



Devcon Brushable Ceramic Liquid Blue Application: For Sealing

Price: 13500 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

18 Years



Grey Spray Plaster

Price: 250 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 5 Bag/Bags

9 Years


Adhesives & Sealants Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Jay AgenciezSurat, India18 Years
Satyanarayan Rubber And Plastic IndustriesAhmedabad, India17 Years
Lakshmi Electro Controls & AutomationBengaluru, India17 Years
Adinath IndustriesKishangarh, India15 Years
Jayfluoride Private LimitedVapi, India15 Years
Vishwas Water Proofing And Chemical Pvt LtdDelhi, India13 Years
Ree Atharva Lifescience Pvt. Ltd.Ankleshwar, India13 Years
Osaka Rubber Pvt. Ltd.Mumbai, India12 Years
Aquachem Industries Pvt. Ltd.Ahmedabad, India12 Years
Dhwani Polymer India Private LimitedAhmedabad, India11 Years

What are adhesives and sealants?


The ability of an adhesive to hold two surfaces together under stress for an unlimited period of time is what makes it so useful. Due to their high tensile and shear strengths, adhesives can be used as effective bonding materials under extreme stress. They can create permanent bonding if applied with precision utilizing a meter/mix dispensing device or adhesive dispenser. Both structural and non-structural adhesives exist.


A sealant's purpose is distinct from that of an adhesive, and its strength is typically lower. Sealants are frequently used to close off spaces and prevent the surfaces they are applied on from shifting in relation to one another. Sealants provide for greater assembly flexibility, despite adhesives' superior strength. Acrylic systems, silicones, and urethanes are all good examples of sealants.

What are adhesives and sealants and how do they work?

The sealants perform their function by completely filling the void between mating male and female threads. Sealants and adhesives come in a wide variety of forms, and there are numerous factors that may be used to determine which one is best for a certain application.

If you want your sealant to stick to a certain surface, a primer is a must. Primer's limited shelf life is offset by the 20% improvement in adhesion it provides. Using a solvent-based primer, which can be applied with a brush or a cloth, can strengthen your bond.

Most commercial sealants on the market now cure at a rate of a couple of millimeters per 24 hours, which means that they will not stay forever if left in the tube. When exposed to high temperatures and humidity, their shelf life drastically decreases.

Remember that other people and animals may enter the area you are working in, so keep your silicone applicator out of the reach of curious onlookers. If your adhesive has a strong smell, make sure to work in a well-ventilated location.

Are sealants and adhesives the same?

No, they are not the same when used for different purposes.

Sealants VS Adhesives 

  • Sealants are used to fill up cracks and crevices in order to keep out debris like dirt, dust, and water. Typically, adhesives are created to permanently bond two surfaces together.
  • Adhesives are designed to firmly attach two surfaces by bonding them together, while sealants are used solely to prevent leaks and gaps.
  • Long-lasting adhesion is difficult to achieve with sealants, and adhesives sometimes fail to dry properly when applied to an outside surface.
  • Most sealants have a paste-like consistency, making it easy to fill gaps between substrates and resulting in minimal shrinking. Adhesives are applied as liquids and then harden to bond various materials together.
  • In comparison to sealants, which are far more flexible and weaker, the adhesive will provide a harder and more long-lasting feel and aesthetic.

What are the types of adhesives and sealants?

Adhesive types:

1. Super Glue

Super glue refers to any cyanoacrylate adhesive. A strong and long-lasting bond can be made using these Adhesives & Sealants on a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, rubber, glass, and ceramics. Keep it off your skin as much as possible because of how quickly it adheres. 

Since the nozzle of the tube frequently becomes clogged as a result of the instant bond with plastic, it is more convenient to purchase numerous smaller tubes rather than one large one.

2. PVA

PVA is available in a variety of strengths and can be used on porous materials including wood, paper, fabric, and certain plastic, and it is inexpensive. The regular strength version is widely used for DIY projects.

3. Epoxy Resin 

Epoxy resin, also called two-part adhesive, is made up of two components: the resin itself, and a hardener. By reacting chemically when the two components are combined, epoxy forms a strong seal that is both impervious to water and resistant to extremes in temperature.

 In addition to its long lifespan, it is also resistant to chemicals and solvents. It's interesting since it doesn't shrink when cured, which only adds to its durability. 

A very high-performance adhesive, this is utilized in the manufacturing and maintenance of airplanes, boats, cars, and sporting goods. Even the most rigid formulas can fill gaps with remarkable efficiency. Epoxy resin can be applied to a wide variety of materials, including wood, metal, plastics, glass, ceramic, and stone.

4. Tile Adhesive

The most typical cause of a botched tiling project is the application of improper adhesive. Talk to a sales associate at your nearby Topline about what adhesive will work best for your project, as it will vary depending on the tile, the wall or floor surface, and the surrounding environment.

 If you're looking to save money somewhere, this isn't the place; instead, spend more on higher-quality options.

5. Instant Adhesives 

Instant adhesives are glues made from cyanoacrylate. On most surfaces, they cure in seconds at normal temperature, allowing for rapid mechanical resistance. From fully liquid to thick gels, you can get them. Methyl is used for metals, ethyl is a general glue, and alkoxy is odorless; all three chemical compositions serve specific objectives.

Sealants Types:

1. Silicone Sealant 

Silicone sealant is widely used as a joint sealant. Depending on the task at hand and the environment, different types are available. Some formulations have a fungicide that makes them mold-resistant; this makes them ideal for use in wet environments like showers and bathrooms. 

There are also high-temperature solutions that are excellent for sealing oven doors and food-grade silicone sealants that can be used in kitchens.

2. Face Sealants 

By providing a permanent and impenetrable seal between two surfaces, face sealants have largely replaced traditional pre-cut gaskets. They are resistant to heat, cold, pressure, oxidation, and shaking because of the robust chemical makeup of these items. 

Both fast-curing polymers and anaerobic liquids can be used as liquid face sealants. Rapid curing at room temperature and the use of common tools make these sealants convenient for temporary or permanent surface connections.

3. Gaskets & tape

Mechanical seals can be made with gaskets and tape. Rubber or metal gaskets are frequently used to prevent leaks between two mating surfaces because they distort and fill the space. Typically, they are seen on pressure gauges.

 Plumber's tape, often known as Teflon tape, is a type of sealing tape commonly used to seal threads on plumbing fixtures. 

A filler for a tight, leak-free connection, it is a white, non-sticking tape that is wrapped around the male thread before it is connected to the female thread.

4. Joint Lockers 

In place of welds and mechanical retainers, joint lockers provide for greater flexibility and durability. Using these, you may secure cylindrical parts like bearings, sleeves, pin hubs, pulleys, and gears from becoming loose due to stress or vibration. 

Locking connections in place, joint lockers cure anaerobically to generate a robust film in the gaps between the joints.

5. Acrylic

These are resistant to shrinking and the sun's rays, making them ideal for use in exterior settings. The application of acrylics can be challenging, and the material itself is inflexible.

6. Butyl

Sticks to many different surfaces but is difficult to apply because of its thicker viscosity. They're easily worn down by friction, and they can't handle the shearing pressures introduced by certain kinds of motion. Construction use is too taxing for them.

7. Polysulfide 

Great pliability at sub-freezing temperatures, no UV degradation, and suitability for usage in marine settings. Polysulfides tend to have higher quantities of volatile organic chemicals and are more expensive than other sealants (VOCs).

8. Polyisobutylenes 

Possess the bulk and flexibility of natural rubber but are more resilient, resistant to chemical attack, and impermeable than the latter. Due to their resistance to the passage of vapor and gases, they are frequently utilized as the principal seal for insulating glazing units (IGU).

9. Polyurethane

Sticks well to most substrates with minimal substrate preparation and is the go-to option for most contractors. Because of their high adhesion and mobility, they are also resistant to abrasion and shear pressures.

FAQs:  Adhesives & Sealants

Q. What are the five uses of adhesives?

Ans. Here are the five uses:

  • Uses in the transportation industry 
  • Doro and Window Assembly 
  • HVAC Manufacturing
  • Prefabricated houses
  • Packaging 

Q. What is a sealant used for?

Ans. Mechanical seals, like those created with sealant, are used to prevent the leakage of fluids via cracks and other gaps in various materials. Construction sealant, commonly known as caulking, can prevent dust, noise, and heat from escaping a building.

Q. What are the two basic types of adhesives & sealants?

Ans. Polymer Dispersion Adhesives and Solvent-based Adhesives are two common types of adhesives and Sealant.

Q. What is the difference between silicone and adhesive?

Ans. Silicone sealants plug gaps and prevent leaks, and silicone adhesives are used to connect two surfaces together. To fully develop its sealing characteristics, a silicone sealant must first "cure" or "dry" from its liquid state. Adhesives are substances capable of keeping at least one or two surfaces together in such a strong and suitable situation.



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