This versatile sealing link system can be utilized to seal the annular space of carrier pipe and casing pipe applications as well as wall penetrations of piping system.
Wrap-It Link™ have excellent electrical insulation properties and may be used for pressure application up to 20 psig.
Wrap-It links form a mechanical rubber seal between pipes going through walls, floors, vaults, tanks and pipeline crossings. Wrap-It links make a watertight seal and fire stop seal if UL seals are used. It can also seal the gap between an inner pipe and an outer pipe sleeve or pipeline casing. It seals the gap between electrical conduits and the outer conduits or between electrical conduits and the wall hole it passes through.
Wrap-It links are designed to make a hydrostatic seal of up to 20 psig and up to 40 feet of head. The Wrap-It links, in addition to its sealing properties, helps absorb vibrations, shock and sound waves. It also insulates the inner pipe from all other outer structures, including outer pipe sleeves, pipeline crossings, walls and tanks.
It is also ideal for filling gaps in interior walls and floors, keeping unwanted noise and fumes from invading office space. It has the added benefit of diminishing annoying liquid and turbulence noise.
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- Versatile sealing link system - can be utilized to seal the annular spaces of carrier pipe and casing pipe applications, as well as wall penetrations of piping systems.
- Forms a mechanical rubber seal between pipes going through walls, floors, vaults, tanks and pipeline crossings.
- Seals the gap between inner and outer pipe.
- Seals the gap between electrical conduits and the outer conduts or between electrical conduits and the wall hole it passes through.
- Designed to make a hydrostatic seal of up to 20 psig and up to 40 feet of head.
- In addition to sealing properties, Wrap-It Link helps absorb vibration, shock and sound waves.
|Wrapping the belt around the pipe, connect the first and last links.|
|Then, push the assembled links into place in between the pipe and the wall.|
|Last, steadily tighten the bolts in order, a few turns each making several passes around the pipe without cross tightening until rubber seal begins to bulge.|