Sealoflex® is a brand of Ooms Producten and consists of a complete range of polymer modified bitumen (PMB).
Sealoflex® is a brand of Ooms Producten and consists of a complete range of polymer modified bitumen (PMB) for the production and protection of asphalt. Sealoflex® strengthens the asphalt to such an extent that the service life is almost doubled, even under intensive use and extremely heavy loads.
As the market leader, we confirm our good reputation every day. We have been exporting our products and services for roads, airports and industrial pavements worldwide for over 40 years. Quality, safety, durability and life cycle considerations underpin our innovations. This means that asphalt pavements produced with our products require little maintenance, last longer, are cost-efficient and are suitable for recycling at the end of their service life.
Variants of Sealoflex® bitumen
Sealoflex® is available in numerous variants. The choice of the right product variant is determined by the project specific requirements within the country, region or segment, such as the quality of the local bitumen, the type of climate or the intensity of use of the pavement. We can respond to the specific requirements of different types of road surfaces, traffic conditions and climates, and offer our customers tailor-made solutions for every situation. Sealoflex® retains its quality in cold conditions including around the Arctic Circle and in extreme temperature differences between day and night, typical in countries around the equator.
‘Sealoflex® offers of a complete range of polymer modified bitumen (PMB) for the production of asphalt’
Sealoflex® was developed in Ooms Producten’s own Research & Development centre and tested in cooperation with asphalt producers and customers. Thanks to years of experience with bitumen and modern advanced production techniques, combined with high-quality raw materials, Sealoflex® is synonymous with the very highest quality polymer modified bitumen. Sealoflex® is produced both in Europe and (under licence) in an increasing number of countries outside Europe.