How PipeFuze Works

PipeFuze is a 2 part low pressure injection system which consists of the
following:

Part A – Polymer & Filler – The polymer and filler is a unique blend of our
proprietary polymer which when injected, fills and seals leaks in PVC,
Copper, Galvanized Steel, Clay or any other type of plumbing material.

Part B – Catalyst (Hardener) – The catalyst is injected after the polymer
and filler. The catalyst (hardener) forms a molecular bond with the
polymer and locks it in place forming a bond at the area of the leak.

The Injection Process

Water is injected into the leaking line through a pump and mixing tank
supplied with an injection rig. The other end of the pipe has a return feed
which is hooked up to a hose and runs back to the pump tank.
After a continuous flow is established Part A (Polymer & Filler) is
introduced through the pressure rig. The leak should stop almost
immediately however, the pump still needs to continuously run to lock the
material in place.

After adding the polymer and allowing the recommended time, the catalyst
(Hardener) is added to the tank. The pump needs to run for ample time for
the two products to completely bond at the area of the leak. When completed,
the injection rig can be removed and the line can then be either pressure
tested or returned to service.

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