Cladseal Kits

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The Cladseal Sealing System combines a strip profile with a neutral curing silicone called Sealux-N.

The Sealux-N silicone acts as a flexible sealing material between the Cladseal profile and the adjacent shower tray or bath ledge.

Excluding the uppermost surface (x), the inner cavity walls of Cladseal are partially layered with a polythene tape indicated by the green line. Sealux-N silicone will not bond to this polythene tape. It is a silicone bond breaker !

When joint movement occurs between the wall and ledge, the Sealux-N silicone bonded to Cladseal at (x) and to the ledge at (y) comes under tension.

To reduce this build up of tension the silicone must stretch, but to stretch without restriction (like an elastic band), it must first release off the inner cavity walls of the Cladseal profile. The silicone bond breaker allows the silicone to release off the inner cavity walls and stretch to reduce the build up of tension.

Each trim is 1.8 meters long 

cladseal cross sectional profile

Another great advantage of the Cladseal design is that the sealant runs continuously across meeting profiles so you get no leaking corner joints !

Furthermore, because the sealant remains visually concealed and environmentally protected inside the trim, Cladseal remains flexible, waterproof, clean and durable for many years after installation.


2 Sided Bath or Shower Kit includes :-


2 x Cladseal trims (1.85 meters)

2 x End caps for Cladseal 

2 x White Silicone


3 Sided Bath or Shower Kit includes :- 


3 x Cladseal trims (1.85 meters)

2 x End cap for Cladseal 

3 x White Silicone 


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  • 5
    Nice and Neat

    Posted by Gary H on 8th Feb 2019

    Didnt want silicone at the shower tray where it meets the panels so went for this and Im impressed with how neat and tidy it looks compared to silicone.

  • 5

    Posted by Lucy Simpson on 8th Feb 2019

    Done away with unsightly silicone at the bottom of the tray.

  • 5
    Top Notch

    Posted by Simon on 8th Feb 2019

    Wanted a solution to avoid having silicone at the bottom of the panels and this done the job perfectly