Sealer

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Sealer may refer either to a person or ship engaged in seal hunting, or to a sealant; associated terms include:

Seal hunting
  • Sealer Hill, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
  • Sealers' Oven, bread oven of mud and stone built by sealers around 1800 near Albany, Western Australia
  • Sealers Passage, marine channel in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
  • Sealers' War, conflict in southern New Zealand started by sealers in 1810
Sealant
  • Concrete sealers, products applied to concrete to protect it from corrosion
  • Heat sealer, machine using heat to seal products
  • Stone sealer, surface treatment product to retard staining and corrosion in natural stone

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