Uniseals Positive Pipe-to-Tank Seal

Press Release
Friday, March 22, 2013
Photo: TOPP Industries

Uniseals from TOPP Industries, Inc. are a positive pipe-to-tank seal for flat or curved surfaces, hydroponic growers, pond suppliers and reef and marine industries.

Designed for holding tanks, these uniseals work well in any application where pipe penetrations are required, including wastewater lift stations, valve boxes, sump risers, pump stations, dispenser pans, junction boxes, cooling systems and boats.

TOPP uniseals are designed for pipes with standard outside diameters and are ideal for use with PVC, galvanized steel, copper, EMT, rigid conduit, fiberglass and polyethylene pipe. Features include easy installation, tight seal requiring no adhesive, hardware or threads and a tough, pliable thermoplastic material construction. Uniseals also provide resistance to most chemical compounds, petroleum products, methanol, ethanol and most soil compounds.

www.toppindustries.com

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