Sealant Engineering and Associated Lines

Distributors and Manufacturers working together to provide:

  *   Quality Sealants & Waterproofing Products
  *   Specialized Professional Tools
  *   Expertise to the Industry

slider-2Sealant Engineering and Associated Lines (SEAL) is a non-profit membership association consisting of leading distributors, manufacturers, engineers, consultants and specifiers who work in the sealant and waterproofing industry. It provides an educational forum for members to share knowledge in the application, design, distribution and manufacture of sealant and waterproofing products. By becoming a member or participating in SEAL programs you get an opportunity, unlike any other, to exchange ideas, learn about new trends, and network with your peers. Plus, you will be included in a network of professionals like yourself who understand your daily problems.

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The Sealant, Waterproofing and Restoration Institute

SEAL has a formal alliance with SWR Institute, an international trade association that represents the commercial sealant, waterproofing and restoration construction industry.  SWR Institute members are of the most experienced and qualified contractors, manufacturers and design professionals in the industry. Through their educational programs and publications, SWR Institute members promote industry-wide standards of application and products. The members of their organization are very active and constantly strive to advance this industry and the quality of work that is performed.

Representative of the two organizations Boards have a standing invitation to attend the annual meetings of the others organizations and SEAL members have access to the training materials and programs offered by SWR Institute.  Many SEAL manufacturer members are also members of SWR Institute and this valued relationship provides a valued and integral link between the contractor/  distributor / manufacturer link in the building process.

Sealant Engineering and Associated Lines