Do you need butyl sealant tape for a manhole, septic tank, box culvert or maybe even a concrete pipe? Do you know the two styles Press-Seal offers and their differences?To get more news about Butyl Sealing Tape, you can visit senpinghz.com official website.
If you’re a contractor out in the field, we also offer a Wrap Pak that gives you specific lengths to make it easier to install.
On this episode of Press-Seal-U, one of our product development engineers, Dan Gunckel, joins us to go over the basics of our EZ Wrap butyl sealant tape.
What is the Difference in our Butyl Sealant Tapes?
Sealant tapes in the market are very similar in their uses because of their adhesive properties. Materials for sealant are glass, metals or even roofing. Press-Seal’s EZ Wrap sealant helps seal joints used in water containment systems for storm water or waste water.
The design of some butyl tapes are for materials such as glass or metal, we manufacture ours to specifically adhere to concrete and no matter how well a structure or a pipe is made, and there can be small imperfections that might lower the sealing capabilities of the tape. That’s why we offer the option of a web adhesive or a primer.
In the field it’s never convenient to be cutting up pieces of butyl tape to match the diameter of a structure or a pipe, so Press-Seal developed the EZ Wrap Pak which is available for 48”, 60” and 72” manholes.
They are precut 6” wide pieces and the Pak also includes the proper amount of canned spray adhesive based on the manhole size.
If you’re using EZ Wrap butyl sealant tape, are there other uses that you would recommend for our readers?
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