Midland Lead offers a range of ancillary products, developed to use lead to its best advantage, to assure the correct working method or to give the lead work an even better appearance. Below, we will give details on how to best use lead sealant (multi-point).
When to use
Lead sealant is best used as an alternative to traditional mortar joints in lead and brickwork. The use of lead sealant will ensure a neat, flexible and watertight joint brickwork and lead flashings. In addition, our lead sealant provides a permanent, quicker and easier solution than mortar.
How to apply
Remove the mortar to a depth of 25mm. Then ensure that the joint is dry and free from dust. Subsequently, turn the lead into the brickwork and fix it with lead wedges or hall clips. Finally, pump the lead sealant into the joint and tool off within five minutes to the desired finish, using a damp pointing iron.
Made of a high quality neutral cure silicone resin compound, containing fungicides and special curing agents
Supplied in boxes of 12, tubes of 310ml
Appears lead grey in colour
A 3mm bead takes up to 20 minutes to skin at 25