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Emseal Joint Systems Ltd.

last updated: June 27, 2017

Office: 23 Bridle Lane Suite 3
Westborough, MA 01581-2603
Phone: 800-837-3331
Toll Free: 860-677-7386

Emseal Joint Systems Ltd.

EMSEAL contributes to the preservation, durability, safety and sustainability of a resilient built environment.

We do so by delivering high value, lowest total cost of ownership, structural expansion joints and pre-compressed sealants that work.

In the pursuit of resilient building materials, EMSEAL leads the industry in products capable of resisting hurricane and tornado events, handling immersion, and sealing seismic joint openings.

Innovation has driven breakthrough new materials that ensure continuity-of-seal against water, fire, heat, cold, air movement, and sound in single product, single installation solutions.

We are a team of highly trained, motivated, and personable customer and technical service  professionals.

We deliver ready-to-go as well as custom-quick solutions to structural expansion joint and other sealing applications.

Our products are the result of market driven innovation and decades of experience born of total dedication to the field of expansion joint sealing and component gasketing.

From the person who answers the phone when you call, to the regionally dedicated inside and in-field technical support of our Tech Team and Regional Sales Managers, to online chat and gotomeeting collaboration, EMSEAL is completely dedicated to your satisfaction and the success of your project.


AST Sealant Tape

AST Sealant Tape

Maintenance | Waterproofing | May 23, 2016

  • Open-cell foam is impregnated, compressed to size of opening to be sealed and shipped in reels
  • Store strain-energy of compression in the foam means continuous back-pressure is exerted against the metal

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