|Aerospace sealants are specially designed coatings that are made to give your aircraft an extra layer of protection from chemicals and the elements. Each one is formulated to provide a different set of benefits. In SkyGeek’s collection of specialty aerospace sealants, you’ll find some great sealant options for every part of your aircraft. We carry sealants made to protect your aircraft from specific dangers and sealants made for specific aviation parts. We also carry sealant-related products such as sealant primers and adhesion promoters. No matter what kind of aviation sealant you need, you’re sure to get a great deal from SkyGeek.|
If you need to protect your aircraft from fuel-related damage, try one of our fuel tank and fuselage sealants. These sealants are highly resistant to damage caused by jet fuels, petroleum products and other common aerospace chemicals. We also carry fuel tank slosh coating, which is designed as a topcoat or barrier coating. This sealant is also resistant to aviation gasoline and jet fuel. Finally, we carry secondary fuel barrier coatings that provide secondary fuel barriers on aircraft integral fuel tanks. These secondary fuel sealants are usually applied to the exterior surfaces of the center wing box tank. They come in handy if your primary fuel tank sealant springs a leak. In this case, the secondary fuel tank sealant helps contain the leak and prevents fuel migration.
If you need a more general aircraft sealant, try an aerospace sealant and catalyst kit. This all-purpose sealant provides a thermal barrier and insulative coating to various aircraft parts. Nylon epoxy coating protects flexible, semi-rigid and rigid substrates from hydraulic fluid, fuels, oils, salt water and ozone. To protect your aircraft from damage caused by corrosion, try our corrosion inhibitive sealant. It provides a barrier against a variety of corrosive chemicals and other substances. Solvent-resistant sealant is made for any part of your aircraft that is continuously exposed to solvents, fuel and moisture. Use optical sealing compound to bond metal to glass in optical instruments or fire control instruments. You can also use aerospace sealant primers, adhesion promoters and mylar adhesive to enhance adhesion between substrates and sealants.