Seal it. Save it. Conceal it.
Crack and joint composite sealant that blends into concrete surfaces, made from 50% recycled materials.
Composite crack sealant that blends into asphalt surfaces. On Caltrans' Authorized Material List.
EnFlex is our cost-effective composite sealant ideal for use below pavement preservation treatments.
Composite Crack Sealing Benefits:
5 minute traffic release
Extended Lifespan of Road
Long term waterproofing
Performs in extreme temperatures
Stronger and lighter—you can use less and go further, no overbanding needed
Pavement CamoSeal and Concrete CamoSeal are composite sealants that blend into the road, combining performance and aesthetics.
- Reduce complaints about road appearance after crack sealing
- Minimize lane drift with sealant that blends into the road
- No need for secondary treatment to preserve road aesthetics after crack sealing
The lighter colors mean the sealants are UV resistant, increasing their lifespan. CamoSeal was created in order to decrease complaints about the appearance of the road after crack sealing, decrease lane drift caused by heavy black lines, and remove the need to slurry seal after crack sealing to make the road look nicer.
What makes composite sealants different?
Composite sealants are engineered for high cohesive strength. This includes tensile strength, bond strength, and lifespan.
Composite sealants are formulated without fillers, so they transition between low and high temperatures with no separation of individual components.
Composites work with, not against, your next treatment:
- No curing and/or aging needed for overlay or seal
- No overlay swelling
- Extremely resistant to bleed through
- Resists reflective cracking of overlays
Composite sealants are made to expand and contract within a working crack at extreme temperatures without compromising its waterproof seal.
We use the ductility (elongation) test at a low temperature of 4°C to show composite’s exceptional tensile strength and flexibility.
To the right is a composite sealant in the 4°C ductility bath, stretching from 4cm to 56cm before breaking with a loud snap. Instead of pulling apart like Play-Doh, our composite sealant snaps like a rubber band. The snap indicates that there’s high tensile strength in the material when it fails.
After snapping, the composite sealant recovers to 7cm in 30 minutes at 4°C after extending to 56cm. This represents 88% recovery.
Composites are so strong, they broke the test!
Bond strength testing shows the ability of composite sealants to adhere to concrete or asphalt while under pressure.
In this test, Concrete CamoSeal is applied between two blocks of concrete (top and bottom) that are slowly pulled apart. The photo on the left shows the concrete block on the bottom breaking before the sealant debonds from the concrete or separates under tension.
Accelerated Aging in a Xenon Arc Weatherometer demonstrates the ability of Pavement CamoSeal to withstand temperature and UV extremes while retaining tensile properties and overall flexibility.
Mandrel bend testing at 0°C following aging shows Pavement CamoSeal failing in a ductile mode (still able to bend) after 1000 hrs.
Instead of becoming brittle after aging, composites stay flexible.