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Pipe Sealants

Pipe Sealants

Use these sealants, cements, putties, and tapes to bond pipe and fittings together and create leakproof seals.

Sealants for Unthreaded Plastic Pipe

Bond unthreaded plastic pipe and fittings together.

This cement adheres to PVC, CPVC, or ABS pipe to create a strong joint once cured. Use cement that is compatible with all three pipe materials to transition a pipe system from one material to another.

PVC pipe, and sometimes CPVC and ABS pipe, must be primed using Pipe Cleaner Primer (sold separately) prior to cement application.

For PVC — Use in Drinking Water and Drain, Waste, Vent Pipelines

For CPVC — Use in Drinking Water and Drain, Waste, Vent Pipelines

For CPVC — Use in Lab Waste Pipelines

For ABS — Use in Drain, Waste, Vent Pipelines

For PVC & CPVC — Use in Drinking Water and Drain, Waste, Vent Pipelines

For PVC & CPVC — Use in Drinking Water, Chemical, and Drain Waste Vent Pipelines

For PVC, CPVC, & ABS — Use in Drain, Waste, Vent Pipelines

Pipe Cleaner & Primer

Prep your pipe to ensure a strong bond when using Sealant for Unthreaded Plastic Pipe.

Cleaner removes dirt, oil, and grease from pipe and fittings. A clean surface increases sealant adhesion to create a leak-resistant connection point.

Primers permeate and soften pipe material to help achieve the optimum bond when applying sealant.

Primer

Cleaner

Cleaner and Primer

Sealants for Threaded Pipe

Also known as pipe joint compound and pipe dope, threaded-pipe sealants help prevent leaks at pipe joints.

Gamut Approved

General Purpose

For Metal

For Hydraulic Systems

Gamut Approved with PTFE

General Purpose

For Metal

For Hydraulic Systems

Loctite

For Metal

For Hydraulic Systems

For Refrigerant Systems

Loctite with PTFE

For Metal

Thread Sealant Tapes

These PTFE tapes wrap around pipe threads without the mess or wetness of putties and liquid sealants, and act as a lubricant to facilitate pipe system assembly and to prevent seizing.

Tapes of different colors are often used to identify pipe systems containing specific media, as well as to indicate tape density. The higher the density of the tape, the more sealing power the tape provides by filling in the space around the threads.

Gray-colored tape has a PTFE base with nickel powder added to help prevent corrosion at pipe joints.

Standard Relative Density — Meets MIL-T-27730A

Standard Relative Density — Meets MIL-T-27730A & MIL-A-A-58092

High Relative Density — Meets MIL-T-27730A

High Relative Density — Meets MIL-T-27730A & MIL-A-A-58092

Low Relative Density

Low Relative Density — Meets MIL-T-27730A

Plumber's Putty

Seal against unpressurized water leaks. Commonly used with sink and faucet components, this hand-moldable compound does not stick to fingers during installation and will not harden, shrink, or crack over time.