By cutting the pipe at the equipment, or if you have quick release valve, you can isolate these lines. Plug that cut line at the equipment and apply pressure to the line using just water. Water and air compress differently, this is a water loss issue, so test the pressure in the line using water. Apply 10-12 pounds of pressure and watch your pressure gauge. If the pressure drops 5 pounds or less in just the first 30 seconds, it’s a definite contender for repair using the PipeFuze liquids.
See the videos on the PipeFuze website to see how the equipment is used to administer the PipeFuze liquid set. A single application has the power to seal leaks in pipes without doing any digging. We literally march the fluids past the separation and the fluids penetrate the space where water is escaping and hardens from the outside in. As it does, it makes a permanent seal to the inner and outer lining of the crack, adhering to the pipe and stopping water loss. it’s an inexpensive way to keep you from having to break concrete to make repairs.
You’ll have questions about it’s use, just call PipeFuze and ask them. We’re here to help you understand the methods we use to inject PipeFuze and to stop leaks in just a couple of hours, sparing the expense of patio repairs.
Call 818-436-2953 to learn more, and if you are a contractor with your own equipment, a pump and hoses, you can purchase the fluid set directly from the website.