|Achieve different benefits and effects when you treat your aircraft with one of the sealant cure accelerators or sealant topcoats from SkyGeek. These aerospace sealant-related products are made to be applied on top of your fresh sealant or over an adhesion promoting primer. They’re made for the outer surface of your aircraft and provide many different protective and cosmetic benefits. Aerospace sealant cure accelerators help your freshly applied sealant cure faster. This helps reduce the risk of damage to your sealant coating before it has had time to fully dry. Aircraft topcoats are made to add color, cosmetic effects and extra protection to the outer surface of your aircraft.|
The aviation sealant cure accelerator from SkyGeek is made for application over uncured polysulfide sealants as well as sealants with different bases. By adding a layer of cure accelerator to your wet sealant, you’ll encourage a tack-free condition and reduce the stickiness of the aircraft coating. By reducing the cure time, you can vastly reduce the risk of damaging your new sealant before it dries. This also significantly reduces the risk of foreign objects and debris accidentally adhering to the sealant’s surface during the cure cycle. Many of these formulas feature a low-viscosity formula that is easy to apply with the use of an aerosol spray can. This easy application keeps this extra step from adding a significant amount of time to your aircraft maintenance job. Aviation sealant cure accelerators also feature large service temperature ranges and offer an extra layer of protection to your aircraft.
Another way to add an extra layer of protection to the outer surface of your aircraft is with the use of one of our sealant topcoats. These topcoats are made to protect the aircraft substrate as well as any sealants, paint and other coatings that are applied underneath them. They are available as single topcoat options as well as entire kits with base pigment, topcoat and clear coat. Some of these coatings are designed as purely functional protection while others feature special effects and pigments. They can help promote bright, saturated colors on your aircraft while adding a glossy shine.