Construction chemicals for interior design
Whether you are planning a small interior renovation or just building it, you will most likely need some building chemistry. This category mainly includes products such as adhesives, special sealants, silicones, silicone rubbers, polyurethane sealants, chemical anchors, including accessories, or coatings and additives.
Thanks to a wide range of carefully selected suppliers, you should find all products in this category that will help you join, strengthen or seal anything.
If you have been moving on construction sites for some time, you certainly do not need to introduce silicone sealants for a long time. Use them wherever something needs to be sealed (especially joints) or glued and they will find their use in various materials - wood, metals, glass - a truly versatile helper.
Acrylic and dilutable sealants
These sealants also do a lot. Like silicone sealants, they are suitable for sealing joints, corners and transitions in the interior. They are also used for repairing cracks and are also used for repairing air conditioning or structural parts, but also for gluing tiles and other activities. Their main advantages include excellent resistance to UV radiation and water, easy recoatability and flexibility.
Adhesives suitable for interior construction
Adhesives are definitely one of the most used products of construction chemicals. Especially in the interior, they are very popular helpers and are suitable wherever you need to connect something firmly. Today, adhesives already exist on all commonly used materials in construction, such as metals, plastics, wood or glass.
In this category, you will also find adhesives that you can use without any worries in the heat or, conversely, during the harsh winter. Of course, before buying, it is always necessary to read the label well so that the glue meets your requirements.
Chemical anchors for the interior
Chemical anchors are also a frequently used type of construction chemistry. Thanks to nothing, you can attach practically anything heavy that you need to have in the interior directly to the masonry. For example, railings, shelves, threaded rods, kitchen counters or steel structures. Chemical anchors are used for these purposes mainly due to their ability to adhere firmly to surfaces, exceptional load-bearing capacity and resistance to vibration, moisture, fire or corrosion.
Technical sprays and lubricants
Sprays and lubricants can be useful wherever you need to "lubricate" anything. And it doesn't have to be just a fix for a creaking door. Technical sprays or lubricants will help you loosen frayed joints or remove corrosion, which they can also protect against. Especially in the case of sprays and lubricants, we recommend buying larger packages, because they last a long time, are more economically advantageous and at the same time more environmentally friendly (less packaging is consumed).