Rapp-It Pipe Repair Bandage Kit
Rapp-it Pipe Repair System includes a woven fibreglass bandage impregnated with a water-activated polyurethane resin, a 90mm stick of Rapp-it Steel Putty and a pair of longer, premium nitrile gloves.
Rapp-it Steel Putty is a hand-mixable, steel-reinforced epoxy putty that can be moulded into any shape to fill cavities, cracks or holes for a strong, successful repair.
Rapp-it can be used on all types of pipes including polypipe (PP / HDPE), GRE, ABS, steel, PVC, rubber, concrete, galvanised, ceramic, clay, stainless steel, basalt, fibreglass, copper and all insert piping. It can be applied on cracked, fractured, damaged and leaking pipes; around straight lengths and difficult shapes like tee and elbow joints, y pieces, couplings and clamps. Rapp-it is suitable for use on wet or dry pipes. It can even be applied underwater, in fresh or salt water.
Rapp-it is a wholly Australian owned and operated company with 30 years’ industry experience and has been awarded with NATO Certification for stringent quality assurance.
| RAPP-IT Pipe Repair Bandage Specifications |
|Resin Makeup||Water-activated polyurethane|
|Heat Resistance||150°C (300°F)|
|Pressure Resistance||Internal Pressure up to 2500kPA (360psi)|
|Bonding Pipes||Steel, Polypipe, PVC, Fibreglass, Copper|
|Set Time||30 minutes|
|Chemical, Fuel & Oil Resistant||Acid lines, Oils, Gas, Sea Water and CHPP|
|Size||10cm x 9m|
| RAPP-IT Steel Putty Specifications |
|Shore D Hardness at Full Cure (24 hours)||80|
|Lap Shear Tensile Strength||On steel (1” x 1” x 1/16”) 400kg (6.2MPa)|
|Compressive Strength||8,000 psi (55 MPa)|
|Temperature Limits||Continuous -40° to 250°F (-40° to 121°C) ; Intermittent -40° to 300°F (-40° to 149°C)|
|Work Life||2 to 5 minutes; Tenacious bond after 5 to 10 minutes|
|Functional Cure Time||Approximately 30 minutes|
|Chemical Resistance||Rapp-it Steel Putty is resistant to hydrocarbons, ketones, esters, alcohols, halocarbons, aqueous salt solutions, dilute acids, and dilute bases.|