|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.1 x 2.1 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||GIDDS-441280|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Rectorseal 23631 1/4 Pint Brush Top T Plus 2 Pipe Thread Sealant
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- Contains Teflon, and synthetic fibers for a stronger seal
- For use on natural gas, lp gas, refrigerants, water, fuels, oils, etc
- Made in United states
- Non-hardening thread sealant containing PTFE plus synthetic fibers
- These fibers dispersed in a resinous base combined with inert mineral fillers provide maximum sealing performance
- Its low coefficient of friction allows tighter joint makeup with lower torque
- It also breaks out easily without galling, seizing, or damaging threads
- It is excellent for service where immediate pressurization is necessary
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Contains Teflon, and synthetic fibers for a stronger seal | for use on natural gas, lp gas, refrigerants, water, fuels, oils, etc. | for use on all types of metal and plastic pipe, including PVC, cpvc (including flow guard gold) and ABS | may be pressurized immediately, even on large pipe | nsf, upc/iapmo and CSA approved
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RectorSeal T Plus 2 pipe thread sealant is a non-setting, multi-purpose compound which contains PTFE, plus synthetic fibers to create a stronger seal. Recommended for use on threaded galvanized steel, iron, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene, fiberglass reinforced, PVC, CPVC, and ABS pipe. T Plus 2 may be pressurized immediately following application. Conforms to TT-S-1732.
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On this particular install, I was putting in a water softener, whole house water filter, and pressure gauge using a combination of ProPEX and brass fittings with NPT threads. I initially used teflon tape to seal the NPT fittings. After a good 6 hours of work, I turned the water on and found that the ProPEX fittings sealed perfectly, but my heart sunk after finding that almost every single NPT fitting was dripping. Even after draining the lines, disassembly, fresh teflon tape, and gargantuan torque on each fitting, I turned the water on again and found that they still leaked. Enter Rectorseal.
Just by looking at the Rectorseal, I had pretty low expectations. It's a highly viscous creamy substance with little strands of something in the mix. The brush they give you is about as messy as Jimmy Hendrix's hair and is pretty terrible to try to use. I went on blind faith and slapped it on some clean threads, tightened everything up, grabbed some towels, turned on the water and...it worked! I didn't even torque the fittings down to the level they were at with the teflon tape. They were just "snug" and it sealed perfectly. I won't touch teflon tape again and will instead be putting this stuff on my pipes from now on.