SEK-Surebond Polymeric Sands

Stabilize Joint Sand with the Ultimate Sand Stabilizers in the Industry:  SEK-Surebond Polymeric Sands

Every interlocking pavement system requires the installation of joint sand to minimize paver movement, promote safety and provide an aesthetically pleasing look. The process of joint sand stabilization leads to hardened sand within the pavement joints which in return helps to reduce sand washout, inhibit weed growth and protect against insect infestation.ps image web

 SEK-Surebond introduced PolySweep Polymeric Sand in 2009 due to inconsistent performance of some brands of polymeric sand. PolySweep with Clear Set Technology is made with only high quality clear polymers and NO portland cement. PolySweep is your #1 choice for polymeric sand and is the strongest on the market today.  You can be assured it will not haze and will perform consistently on every project! 

Your Hardscape Project and Reputation is Safe with the Haze Free Brand: PolySweep Polymeric Sand

• Contains NO portland cement
• Contains only high quality clear polymers blended with native sands
• Semi-solid joint remains freeze/thaw stable
• Designed specifically for pavers, cast stone pavements, slabs and natural stone
• Made in the USA

PolySweep available in tan and gray is made for joints up to ¾” and X-treme Wide Joint PolySweep available in Russet Brown is made for joints up to 4”.

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Now in 2015, we are pleased to introduce DuraLOC Durable Long Lasting Polymeric Sand DuraLOC is packaged in large 80 pound bags and 2800 pound super sacks for large residential and commercial projects.  To learn more about DuraLOC click on the 'Product Literature' tab or DuraLOC 'Tech Specs' tab on the right side menu.

PS Video Email Signature PSE copy  Click on the icon above to watch our latest video actually showing how SEK-Surebond's Polymeric Sands outperfom their two biggest competitors in strength testing.  You can also find the PolySweep Installation Video on the right side panel in the  'Videos' section under 'Helpful Information'.