On the other hand, if your pipe is dropping pressure faster than you can count it, you’ve got a full diameter break of a pipe separation and I’m sorry to share, there isn’t a coagulant on the planet that’s going to fix that. Are you in that range of 5 l-bs? Great, let’s get you repaired.
PipeFuze is a 2-part polymer liquid set that works to seal the areas where water is escaping a pipe. By circulating it through this isolated pipe you’ve tested, you’re going to allow PipeFuze to be drawn into the crack. The combination of particulate and viscous liquid in the Part A bottle of the liquid set is going to work to literally fill the crack from the inside, while letting the fluid seep through and harden from the outside of the pipe. It’s going to create a platelet effect, where it adheres to the pipe and forms a bond. The blind will harden from the outside where water is no longer flowing. It will being to harden into the crack.
Part B of the fluid set works with a catalyst from inside the pipe, where the water is. because the water inside the pipe won’t allow the viscous fluid of part A to self dry, it works to thicken the Part A in the area where it’s gathered and begun to harden from the outside. As it thickens, the harden process is aided and it works to complete its process through both sides of the crack, and inside the pipe.
We circulate part A for about 2-hours. During this time, we will see less water drop from the bucket. When we see it isn’t dropping, and that’s usually in about 2 hours, depending on the severity fo the leak, we will perform a second, small pressure test. Use 5 pounds of pressure and see if the pipe is holding pressure. If it is, circulate Part B through the pipe for an hour, if it is still dropping just a tiny amount of pressure, run Part A for another hour and then Part B. In the end, much like a cut or scrape on your skin, it will self seal and the flowing will stop. pipeFuze does this, stopping water leaks without breaking yup a patio and cutting pipe.
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