Spliseal connections are made to last.  No more will you have to deal with corroded butt splices on your boat, snowmobile, RV or trailer! No more salt encrusted connectors corroding away; leaving you without lights or other accessories. 


Rain, snow, sleet, hail.  None can stop a Spliseal connection.  Your wiring connections aren't sitting in a lab somewhere, they're out there in the real world.  Use the only connector tough enough to keep them safe.


Our high tech potting polymer seals conductors and connectors to eliminate contamination and subsequent failure of the connections. Our high quality tools and supplies ensure you years of dependable use.

From Pro Splicing Kits to tools, you're covered.

Visit our online store to buy Spliseal kits, tools, molds and supplies.

SPliseal Pro kits

The only kit you'll need

Our Splicing Kits come in a variety of packages that are designed to fit your needs. From basic auto maintenance in your home garage to a professional garage!

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individual molds

In a variety of sizes

Our splicing molds come in 3 different sizes and enables you to create professional, water tight, robust splices in your own garage!

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splicing tools

Quality, dependable tools

Prep work, proper equipment and technique are an important part of the process to making long lasting, weather tight seals.

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upcoming trade shows

Car Show/Swap, Lola Wisconsin - July 12-14, 2018
IBEX, Tampa, FL  - October 2-4, 2018
GIE, Louisville, KY - October 17-18, 2018
SEMA, Las Vegas - October 30 - November 2, 2018
NE Hardscape, Providence, RI - March 13-15, 2019

What is spliseal?

The versatile new tool to quickly and easily make professional molded electrical splices

No longer do you have to deal with corroded butt splices on your boat, your snowmobile, your RV, your trailer... no more salt encrusted connectors corroding away and leaving you without lights or other accessories.

Heat shrink tubing and connectors can expose your wiring and surrounding areas to damaging heat and the potential for fire and explosion, not to mention the cost...
Do wiring right the first time and you will only have to do it once!

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