Sealant Asphalt Solutions (Tixophalte)
When it comes to multi-tasking, not many products work harder than Shell Tixophalte. A filler, joint sealer and adhesive, this highly versatile bituminous compound is a high performing and versatile sealant solution for industry professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.
Our high performing and versatile sealant
When it comes to multi-tasking, not many products work harder than Shell Tixophalte. A filler, joint sealer and adhesive, this highly versatile bituminous compound is a tried and tested solution for industry professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.
Sealant for wet and dry conditions
Shell Tixophalte works as a sealant even when applied underwater. So whether you’re looking to seal a crack in a gutter, affix roof tiles in the rain, or even seal a joint on a bridge, Shell Tixophalte’s advanced wet-weather and underwater properties are designed to provide great performance in wet conditions as well as dry.
Shell Tixophalte is highly versatile, with excellent direct adhesion to most building materials, including concrete, metals, glass and most plastics. It’s ready to use and easy to apply – it can even handle vertical surfaces without a run-off.
That’s why many projects - from large-scale industrial dams, to domestic repairs- rely on Shell Tixophalte sealant to help get the job done.
Shell Tixophalte Wet – High performance versatile sealant for professionals
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Shell Tixophalte Wet, Seal and Fix is a ready-to-use bituminous compound that can be applied cold as a filler, joint sealer or adhesive for a wide variety of jobs, from large scale industrial to domestic, and its waterproofing properties mean it can be applied underwater.
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Used by wet seal and fix professionals
Point of view shot of someone approaching the open door of a black vehicle. A toolbox rests on the seat closest to the door, and in one its outer pouches is a can of Tixophalte. A gloved hand is seen reaching in to grab the handle of the toolbox, followed by a close-up of the toolbox that is held in the man’s hand.
Close-up of a hand sliding the vehicle’s door closed, his reflection visible in the black paintwork of the door panel. He is wearing yellow hi-vis safety clothing.
Mid-shot of the man holding the can of Tixophalte up to the camera. The focus is on the close-up of the can, with the man’s figure blurred in the background.
Close-up of five cans of Tixophalte against a blurred background.
This is Shell Tixophalte Wet, Seal and Fix.
Wide shot of the man walking away from the camera, can in hand, cutting to a close-up of the can held in his tool belt alongside his jean-clad legs.
Aerial view of the man applying the sealant to a metal grate set in concrete, cutting to a close-up of only his hands applying the sealant to the surface.
Worm’s eye view of a tall building and the sun in the cloudy sky above.
A high performance bitumen based sealant and adhesive.
Wide shot of the man approaching a tall stepladder resting against a building, the can in his tool belt, cutting to a low-angle rear view close-up of the man climbing the stepladder, switching to a front view extreme close-up of his shoes on the rungs of the ladder.
Close-up of the nozzle being attached to the can for application.
High angle view of the sealant being applied in a watery shallow trough, cutting to a closer view of the nozzle submerged in the water during application.
It’s a non-toxic professional sealant with a key advantage – it can be applied in wet conditions…
Upper frame-left panel – close-up of water pouring from a downpipe.
Lower frame-left panel – water dripping from the corner of a roof.
Frame-right panel – close-up of the man’s hand applying the sealant under a piece of fabric in the watery trough, and shows his gloved hand pressing the fabric down and on this image, we cut back to full screen.
…and even under water.
Close-up of a pair of hands picking up an item from a laboratory work surface, a can of Tixophalte visible on the work surface.
Frame-right panels – views of canal, cement and various construction surfaces.
Frame-left panel – Rear view mid-shot of a man in a white lab coat operating dials on a tall standing piece of equipment, and on this image, we cut back to full screen.
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Shell Tixophalte is a product born of 20 years of innovation and experience in bitumen technology.
Low angle close-up of the nozzle applying the sealant in the watery trough, as previously described.
Extreme close-up of the nozzle applying the sealant on a wet surface.
Close-up of gloved hands applying the sealant to a piece of fabric and then pressing it down to seal.
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It contains key chemical ingredients that work to actively repel water, create the right flow characteristics and provide adhesion to most surfaces.
Pan up to a close-up of a piece of guttering, cutting to a high angle shot of the sealant being applied to the gutter.
Aerial view of the sealant being applied to roof tiles, cutting to a close-up of the nozzle applying the sealant.
Frame-right panel – low angle view of a bridge over a river.
Frame-left lower panel – Water rushing in a gutter.
Frame-left upper panels – graphic of a tarred road surface passing over water, alongside an extreme close-up of the black sealant being applied.
Whether you need to fix a crack in a gutter, affix roof tiles in the rain or even seal a joint on a bridge, no problem.
Front-view of the man approaching the camera, can in hand, only the lower half of his body visible.
Close-up of a pipe [?] cemented into concrete, cutting to an extreme close-up of the sealant being applied to the base of the pipe.
Shell Tixophalte Wet Seal and Fix is the ideal solution.
Close-up of five cans of Shell Tixophalte.
Close-up of the sealant being applied to a surface.
It’s easy to apply and ready to use, with no need to mix or pre-prepare.
High angle view of scaffolding on a construction site, panning down to the man, as previously described, kneeling to apply the sealant to a metal grate set in concrete. This cuts to an extreme close-up of the sealant being applied around the metal grate.
It can been used in a multitude of applications…
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Mid-shot of a lab technician closing a locker alongside a rear view wide shot of workmen standing in front of tall dam wall.
A high angle view of a group of workmen working on a piece of dam machinery with numerous pipes extending from the machinery, which cuts to a wide view of workmen working on a large dam wall. Alongside this appears images of the sluice gates of a dam and an aerial view of a water canal.
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…with many years of proven performance providing waterproofing and joint sealing on projects from dams and water canals…
Close-up of sealant being applied to roofing, with a graphic appearing below of an aerial view of a red-roofed house.
Front-view of the man in hi-vis wear approaching the camera, can in hand, only his torso and legs visible as he passes out of the shot.
…to roofing, asphalt pavements and bridge decks.
Zooming close-up of the sealant around the metal grating.
Pan down to close-up of the five cans of Shell Tixophalte.
Frame-left panel – Point of view panning shot of the construction setting described throughout, with the can of Shell Tixophalte in the foreground being the focus of the shot
Frame-right panel – another close-up of the toolbox as it is carried, the Shell Tixophalte cans visible.
No matter how large or small the project, Shell Tixophalte Wet Seal and Fix is a great choice.
Close-up profile view of a lab technician, wearing safety goggles, cutting to a close-up of another lab tech.
Aerial close-up of the sealant being applied under a layer of water.
Wide shot of a construction site, which blurs in the background as the shot focuses on the five cans of Shell Tixophalte in the foreground at frame-right.
It’s been specially formulated to be flexible, durable and to stick to most materials wet or dry.
Close-up of liquid being poured by a gloved hand into a receptacle on a white surface.
Frame-left panels – mid-shot of the torso of a lab tech, his/her gloved hands slipping a test tube in amongst other test tubes.
Frame-right lower panel – close-up of a lab tech wearing safety goggles, eyes focused on the stream of black liquid in the foreground.
Close-up of a beaker containing water.
It’s non-toxic and approved for use in contact with drinking water.
Aerial view of a house with a pond to one side of it and a river on the other side. In front of the house, a road passes and extends over a bridge which goes over the river. A boat is visible in the water. Text displays alongside lines which point to various elements in the picture.
Concrete bridge decks
Canals and waterways
Drains and pipes
Gutters and drain systems
It’s also designed to protect against rust, damp, corrosion and UV rays.
Close-up of a can of Shell Tixophalte against a blurred background. The workman in hi-vis clothing enters frame-left and snatches up the can, and walks away with it.
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