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A sealant’s primary function is to seal or to provide a barrier between one structure (surface) and either an environment or another structure (surface). The way in which this is achieved can be quite varied and is highly dependent upon the form and chemistry of the material. In turn this has an impact upon the way in which the sealant is used and applied. Aspects such as viscosity, flowability, cured hardness, gap filling capability, cohesive strength, barrier properties, electrical properties, thermal properties, degassing ability will all have an impact upon the type of material used.