PIPE repair bandage specialist Rapp-it has responded to customer demand by releasing a new smaller sized bandage, measuring 50mm x 1.5m.
Available through Marine & Industrial Marketing , this new size is suitable for repairing smaller pipes that measure up to 40mm in diameter. For larger pipes, Rapp-it bandages are available in a range of four larger sizes.
Rapp-it's ability to perform effectively in emergency situations greatly reduces costly downtime and production loss and, because of the product's ease of use, it can be applied by practically any apprentice applicator.
Rapp-it pipe repair bandage is a quick action emergency pipe repair system that is simple to use with no mixing or measuring required. Simply immerse the bandage in water for 10 seconds, then apply by wrapping around the damaged pipe area. A successful repair can be achieved in 30 minutes.
Rapp-it is a roll of fibreglass bandage impregnated with a water-activated polyurethane resin. Each bandage comes with a 50mm stick of steel putty, which can be pushed into holes or cracks before applying the bandage, resulting in an even more secure repair.
Rapp-it bandages can withstand heat up to 150°C, pressure up to 150psi, and most diluted chemicals and fuels. The bandages are also approved for use with potable water.
Rapp-it pipe repair bandages have been assisting industry for more than 20 years, helping many mines, processing plants, factories, mills and ships out of difficult emergency situations involving leaking or damaged pipes.