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The Link-Seal System for the sealing around the outside diameter of pipes passing through walls, floors or ceilings. They are widely recognised in the industry as the most effective way to permanently seal this gap known as the annular space. Whether your pipe or the substrate that it passes through is constructed from HDPE, plastic, penetratioon or one of our specially manufactured steel sleeves, then Link-Seal provides the ultimate convrete solution for the sealing of the annular space. Used for non-standard installations where exposed to hydrocarbons, extremely high temperatures, aggressive chemicals or a Pipe penetration through concrete slabs rating is required. The casting in of a Steel Sleeve to create the penetration is part of the solution, next is to install the correct Link-Seals for the nominated chemical or desired rating. We are confident when we state — that installing these products will exceed your expectations and, that the Link-Seal Mechanical Seals are truly the premier Pipe penetration through concrete slabs for sealing pipes. Link-Seals are extremely robust and are specially formulated to withstand attack from ozone, sunlight, water and a wide range of chemicals. To contact us please email ring or fill the form below and one of our technical staff will contact you to discuss your requirements. We can resolve complex calculations and assist you in selecting the correct sealing element for each project application. We maintain large stocks of Link-Seal, supplying all the materials you need within a day — depending on where in Concrefe you are located. Make An Enquiry To speak to a Projex representative, please enter your details below. We will respond to your enquiry in the next 24 hours. The Projex Mission is to source and supply technically slas products to meet the needs of owners, designers, insurers and operators of buildings and...

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Please enter your e-mail address below. We will email you a link to reset your password. Minimum search word length is 4 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters. What we use around here is a DOW product called sill sealer. Quarter inch thick in various widths. Wrap the risers before the pour then trim it to grade. In this scenario I would say there is no requirement for sleeving or wrapping. I believe that the code is specific enough to not include an item like this. While leaving the statement of "unless subgject to physical stress" it also allows for the code official to still require a sleeve where in their opinion stress may occur. I would not require it for the typical turned down slab or frost protected shallow foundation. If it was an un-heated structure it would be on a case-by-case basis. The building is intended to be heated at all times in the winter. Only drain piping will be installed in shallow trenches which will be properly backfilled and tamped below the slab. Sign In or Register Here. Your account has been marked for password reset. Please change your password. Please sign in to post. Drain piping penetrations through concrete slabs. October 24, July 17, 4: Hughes, could I inquire about what is an acceptable "wrap" to you? July 12, 7: April 8, 7: April 4, 3:

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This invention relates to improvements to penetration units particularly for concrete slab walls, floors or ceilings and in one aspect to units for use in low rise buildings. In a further aspect the present invention relates to penetration units which serve as fire stop collars for use in high rise buildings or in other situations. It is common practice in the erection of high rise buildings to provide a means whereby concrete slabs, for example flooring slabs, can be penetrated by service lines or pipes. In high rise buildings particular requirements as regards fire safety and materials used are specified, however, the same fire rating level is not required in lower rise buildings. It is important, however, to ensure that the slabs of lower rise buildings are water sealed, for example, in bathroom areas. A number of different methods have been proposed for penetrating slabs such as those disclosed in U. In the above patents a sleeve is secured to formwork where an aperture is to be provided and concrete applied about the sleeve which is then removed with the formwork leaving an aperture for the passage of service lines. In such arrangements it is necessary to fill the aperture about the service line which has been passed therethrough to ensure appropriate fire ratings are met. The underneath side of the aperture is often required to be patched with cement or the like which causes difficulties because proper support to the patch cannot be provided, so that in many cases paper, boards or other materials are used to close the aperture before pouring concrete from the top side. Often this results in the underside of the aperture having a jagged bottom edge making awkward the provision of an aesthetically pleasing patch. The above procedure also may result in poor water...

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Log in or Sign up. Sealing vertical pipe penetrations through Concrete? Mar 8, Location: I have several air conditioner units outside on a slab right next to the building. The way the copper tubing is run for the refrigerant lines is less than optimal, they go straight down through holes in the concrete slab, and then turn 90 degrees underground and come in horizontally through the foundation wall. You can probably guess what the issue is - the pipes are not sealed up well where they go through the slab and during heavy rains water pours into the basement. The attached pictures hopefully make things more clear. What I plan to do is remove some of the insulation from the pipes, remove the caulking that is on there now, chip away some of the concrete, and then apply a generous amount of some sort of sealant over that area. I'm just not sure what I should use exactly - something like foundation waterproofing coating? Any suggestions on the best way to tackle this to prevent water from following the pipes into the basement? Sorry if this isn't a good fit here in the remodel forum I wasn't really sure which forum would be most appropriate. Jan 14, Location: You'll have to paint the foam or seal over it with roofing patch goop after it cures to protect the foam from sunlight UV degradation. Sealing basement penetrations from the interior in a similar fashion is also a good idea. UV protection not necessary for indoor applications. Be sure to clean out as much grit and old caulk as you can to ensure a water tight fit. Dana , May 22, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do...

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Pipe penetration through concrete slabs

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A penetration unit (10) for a concrete slab including a hollow housing (28) open within a slab which serves to grip a pipe which is passed through the sleeve. May 20, - The way the copper tubing is run for the refrigerant lines is less than optimal, they go straight down through holes in the concrete slab, and then. PENETRATION DETAIL THROUGH. THE FOUNDATION FLOOR WHEN. THE PIPE IS LOCATED GREATER. THAN 6'–0" FROM THE TANK. INSIDE WALL.

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