C-TEC Northern Ireland Limited Official Patron

CTEC are a company who specialise in the design and development of Sealing and Bonding in the construction industry. As a result of their research and development, design and technology, CTEC’s products are the most accredited construction sealants and adhesives on the market.


The company brought CT1 The Snag List Eliminator to the market. This is the UK’s No. 1 Sealant and Adhesive. This is the most highly accredited and tested sealant on the market.


This unique sealant and construction adhesive replaces numerous products from just one tube. It is widely recognised as the ultimate development in bonding and sealing, and offers a unique adhesion on virtually any material, without the need for additional fixings.


It can be applied to wet surfaces, remains flexible, will not shrink, can perform instantly, is odourless, can be painted on, and can be used on wet surfaces - even under water!!!


It has been the solution for many projects and has repaired some of UK’s most iconic landmarks and national treasures including Diana’s memorial fountain, the London Eye, The Royal Air Force Bomber Command Memorial, and especially close to our hearts - The Willdora, the fishing vessel that saved lives in Dunkirk.


CT1 and its sister products such as WT1 (the latest in waterproofing technology, which has replaced all bitumen based roof membranes with excellent adhesion properties) has also helped to restore The Willdora back to life.

All of CTEC’s product range are the most eco-friendly and safest products to use, in nearly all construction and DIY projects. They have all been tested and awarded various labels such as ETAG 002, EC1, etc.

CTEC are passionate about helping local and national projects, they are passionate about working with local communities and restoring national treasure back to its former glory.

Jimmy Walsh joint managing director of CTEC personally worked on the Willdora and sailed with her at the opening of The Tall Ship Race in Sunderland, July 2018.

 For more information on their products and company please go to www.ct1ltd.com

Jimmy Walsh on the deck of M.F.V Willdora.
WT1 demonstration.
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