I’ve received calls from customers who are applying PipeFuze to repair a crack in a pool and sometimes a spa trunk line where the line flows water through three return fittings, or more. They ask about creating contraptions to inject the PipeFuze liquids at the pump side and then try to equally distribute it through all three lines, cycling it back to the pump. This is the wrong way to do do it. No octopus type devices are required.
You don’t have to inject the liquids from the pump side of the line. You’ll want to inject them in through the return fittings individually and cycle them back to the pump side of the pipe. To do this, we employ the use of rubber plugs to isolate the line.
In this instance, we have a trunk line that splits to three outlets. We aren’t sure where the crack is in the line, but for the best results from using PipeFuze, you want a full dispersion of the Part and and Part B fluids through each section of the pipe to ensure each area has been addressed with maximum potential for sealing the leak. Start with the return fitting closest to the pump and install the injection rig. Then, simply plug the other two return fittings.