February 13, 2020 – The Sansin Corporation, a global leader in environmentally friendly, high-performance wood protection, today announced End Seal, a one-coat end grain sealer. Even when applied on wet wood, End Seal will aggressively repel water absorption, yet moderate the rate at which wood naturally dries out, substantially reducing checking and splitting.
End Seal can be used on its own to specifically protect end grain, or it can be used in combination with Sansin’s award-winning KP-12 undercoat (sealer), a breathable and recoatable formula that creates protection and beauty for exposed interior and exterior wood.
“The architectural and builder markets are looking to create the best looking wood and mass timber buildings possible,” said Sansin Sales & Marketing Director Caroline March-Long. “Part of that objective must be met through reducing the splitting and checking (cracking) of wood which can happen even months after the building is open to the public. Protecting the end grain with End Seal provides an affordable, targeted and incredibly effective solution.”
Backed by over 30 years of proven performance with large commercial, residential and mass timber wood buildings and structures, Sansin’s factory finishes deliver high performance and durability in low-VOC, water-borne formulas for modified, engineered and specialty woods. Sansin offers a wide range of factory finish products including undercoat treatments, interior and exterior factory finishing systems, preservatives, fire retardants and specialty topcoats for all types of wood substrates.
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For over 30 years, Sansin has been the only wood protection company focused exclusively on researching and developing environmentally-friendly, water-borne interior and exterior wood products and technologies that deliver outstanding color, durability and performance without the toxicity found in conventional stains. Sansin wood treatments, finishes and preservatives use water, not petroleum solvents, to deeply penetrate and protect wood naturally, from within. Headquartered in Ontario, Canada, Sansin has dealer locations Canada, the U.S. and parts of Europe. To learn more about The Sansin Corporation, or how to become a Sansin preferred dealer, visit www.sansin.com.
Contact: Caroline March-Long, firstname.lastname@example.org