25 Uses For EB25

Over the 25 years that Everbuild has been in operation, we’ve made it our ongoing mission to produce the very best sealants, adhesives and building chemicals on the market. 

Following the simple mantra of “trade users will only come back for great products, so that’s all we make”, we’ve seen the brand grow into one of the UK’s leading sealant, adhesive and building chemical manufacturer, with customers in over 70 countries worldwide.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Everbuild, earlier this year we revealed our latest innovation – EB25, the ultimate sealant and adhesive

Of course, you may already be familiar with some of our popular multi-purpose sealants and adhesives, such as Stixall & Everflex AC50. But in the history of Everbuild, there has never been a product that’s suitable for such a vast number of applications as EB25. 

In this blog post we take a look at 25 different ways that you can use our new sealant and adhesive, EB25.

 

  1. Sealing Showers & Baths

Due to its waterproof and mould resistant properties, and its incredible flexibility; EB25 is ideal for sealing showers, baths and other bathroom appliances.

 

  1. Bonding Mirrors

With incredible initial grab properties, EB25 can be used to bond mirrors to most surfaces, such as metals, plastics, glass, concrete, plaster, plasterboard, polyester, perspex, wood, enamel, and more!

 

  1. Sealing & Bonding Counter Tops

EB25 is perfect for sealing and bonding counter tops, including kitchen environments and other sanitary or food preparation areas.

 

  1. Underwater!

EB25 is a plumbers’ best friend as it can even be used to bond and seal surfaces that are underwater! 

 

  1. Bonding Coving or Skirting Boards to Walls

EB25’s initial grab properties mean that it’s suitable for bonding coving and skirting to most common wall surfaces without the need for a primer.

 

  1. Fixing Leaky Guttering

Due to its waterproof and weatherproof properties, EB25 can be used to seal holes and cracks in leaky guttering, even when entirely submerged.

 

  1. Sealing & Bonding in Cold Climates (-30°C)

Once cured, EB25 is resistant to temperature extremes and approved for use in Cold Climates which makes it an outstanding tool for use in sub-freezing conditions.

 

  1. Perimeter Pointing Around External Windows & Doors

With excellent weatherproof properties combined with 20% movement capability, EB25 is ideal for perimeter pointing around external windows and doors.

 

  1. For Use In Hospitals

Certified for use in sanitary areas and resistant to mould and chemicals, EB25 is the perfect adhesive and sealant for use within hospitals and GP surgeries.

 

  1. Perimeter Pointing Around Internal Windows & Doors

Whilst EB25’s advanced properties make it suitable for a wide range of complex tasks, it can also be used for perimeter pointing around internal windows and doors, and can even be over painted if required.

 

  1. Sealing Appliances In A Professional Kitchen

As EB25 is resistant to temperature extremes from -40°C to +100°C and certified for use in food preparation areas, it is ideal for sealing appliances in professional kitchens.

 

  1. Sealing Worktops In School Biology Labs

EB25 is resistant to temperature extremes and chemicals, and is certified for sanitary use, which makes it an outstanding tool for sealing worktops in school biology laboratories.

 

  1. Sealing & Bonding On Sustainable Projects

EB25 carries the EC1Plus badge for very low emissions, which means it’s suitable for all environmentally-friendly construction projects, plus it’s approved under BREEAM and LEED!

 

  1. Bonding Carpet Gripper To Floors

EB25 can be used as a high-quality nail replacement adhesive, making it suitable for bonding carpet gripper to wood floorboards.

 

  1. Bonding Wall Sockets

Like most of our previous high-performance adhesives, EB25 can be used to bond wall sockets to most surfaces.

 

  1. Bonding Insulation Boards To Walls

With the ability to bond with an extensive range of surfaces including metals, glass, concrete, most plastics, plaster, plasterboard, polyester, perspex, wood, enamel, painted surfaces and more, EB25 does an outstanding job at bonding insulation boards to walls.

 

  1. Fixing Plasterboard To Walls

EB25 can also be used to fix plasterboard to walls, in place of traditional plasterboard adhesives.

 

  1. Sealing & Bonding Metal Roof Panels

With excellent weatherproof properties and primerless adhesion to metals, EB25 is a useful tool for sealing and bonding metal roof panels.

 

  1. Sealing Cracks & Gaps In Brickwork

EB25 has incredible gap-filling properties, which makes it ideal for sealing cracks and gaps in internal brickwork. Its weatherproof properties also make it suitable for sealing external brickwork.

 

  1. Sealing Commercial Refrigerators

As it’s resistant to temperature extremes from -40°C to +100°C and also has food contact approval; EB25 can be used to seal commercial refrigerators and even freezers.

 

  1. Replacing Existing Sealant

Traditional sealants often need replacing every couple of years, particularly in outdoor environments. EB25 does an outstanding job at this; offering resistance to mould, temperature extremes and UV radiations so it can be used in a multitude of situations.

 

  1. Sealing & Bonding Duct Work

Available in white, black, grey and crystal clear, EB25 is suitable for sealing and bonding most internal and external duct work and ventilation systems.

 

  1. Bonding Acoustic Panels To Walls

EB25’s excellent adhesive properties are ideal for bonding acoustic panels to walls, ceilings and most other surfaces.

 

  1. Sealing Sinks To Walls

EB25 can be used for sealing sinks to walls, with high bonding strength even on wet or damp wall surfaces.

 

  1. Bonding Brick Slips

With incredible initial grab properties, EB25 can be used to bond brick slips to internal walls and most other surfaces.

 

So, there you have it – 25 different uses for the ultimate sealant and adhesive, EB25. We’d love to hear how you’re using EB25 too! Why not let us know on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn?