If you had to call the fire department and they ran out of water, what do you think the odds are of them saving your property or the lives of you and your family?
Boot connectors come in a wide range of sizes and types for different applications, but one thing that remains the same are take-up clamps. These take-up clamps are used to secure the boot connector to the pipe using a 304 stainless steel clamp.
A Cast-A-Seal 603 is a very popular cast-in boot connector for manholes or straight wall structures requiring PVC pipe. And on today’s episode, territory manager Dan Brundage shows us how easy it is to install on a polyethylene mandrel.
When installing a manhole boot such as the PSX: Direct Drive or PSX: Nylo Drive, we have an installation wrench that is certified and calibrated to ensure the best possible seal in a structure.
Where are you storing your pipe gaskets or manhole connectors when they’re not being installed in a structure or on a pipe?
A cast-in connector is similar to other boot type connectors with the exception of the installation procedure at the precast producer.
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?
Compression boot connectors are one of the simplest pipe-to-manhole connectors found in the market. Press-Seal offers two different options – the Kwik Seal and Econoseal.
Pre-lubricated concrete pipe gaskets have the same performance capabilities as traditional O-ring or profile pipe gaskets with one clear added benefit – internal lubrication.
The 402 cast-in connector is a simple pipe-to-manhole connector manufactured for pipe diameters of 1.25” to 6” (32 – 150mm) PVC. The gasket meets or exceeds a wide variety of ASTM’s including C923, C1227 and C1644.