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Liquid Nails Adhesive has launched an acoustical sound sealant (AS-825), an elastic, durable sealant designed to reduce sound transmission in all types of wall systems.
Available alongside Liquid Nails Brand Drywall Adhesive (DWP-24) at building material distributors nationwide, Acoustical Sound Sealant remains flexible, has a very low odor, is VOC compliant and can be cleaned with water.
“The combination of Liquid Nails Acoustical Sound Sealant and Drywall Adhesive provides a complete package for wall systems,” said Mike Goldstein, senior brand manager at Liquid Nails Adhesive.
“These products help reduce drafts and deaden sound with low-VOC-emitting formulations for better indoor air quality.”