We provide specialised impregnation sealants to suit a range of applications. Ultraseal impregnation sealants protect and seal surfaces to improve product performance, increase productivity and improve lifecycle costs. 

Millions of automotive engine blocks each year are treated with our sealants by companies such as BMW, Honda, Mercedes, Peugeot and Toyota etc. who rely on our chemical technology to enhance their products' performance.

Ultraseal impregnation systems use a wide range of patented recyclable resins to fill voids and eliminate component micro-porosity, increasing life span and reducing the lifecycle cost of a component.

Our products

We are acknowledged world leaders with our depth of experience and expertise in the specialised field of impregnation. With our combination of process knowledge, sealant technology and machinery manufacturing capabilities we are clearly differentiated in the market. In fact our ground breaking solution at Ultraseal to the ever-present problem of porosity in castings has made us a global industry leader. Today, our process knowledge and advanced sealant technology has been fully proven in tens of millions of automotive engine blocks around the world.    

What does an impregnation sealant do?

The key to successful impregnation lies with not only the right equipment and processes being used, but also with the correct choice and use of sealants - this is where Ultraseal has the technical leadership expertise to support blue chip automotive clients.

How do our customers benefit?

The Ultraseal process will treat any size of component using resin formulations designed to ensure full compatibility with various substrates. These include: Aluminium, Magnesium, Cast iron and steel, Carbon Fibre Composites, GRP Mouldings, and Plastics. When the impregnation is complete the component can be put to use without further treatment. The process does not damage or distort the impregnated component. Treated parts are resistant to coolants, lubricants, solvents, and most corrosive acids and will continue to function in a wide range of continuous temperatures.