Starting at $2.66
Link-Seal® Modular Seals are considered to be the premier method for permanently sealing pipes of any size passing through walls, floors and ceilings. In fact, any cylindrical object may be quickly, easily and permanently sealed, as they pass through barriers, by the patented Link-Seal® modular seal design.
Ductile iron, concrete, metal as well as plastic pipes may be hydrostatically sealed within walls to hold up to 20 psig (40 feet of head). Electrical or telecommunications cable may be sealed within conduit as they enter vaults or manholes. The annular space between carrier pipes passing through casings may be sealed against the entry of water, soil or backfill material.
With a wide variety of hardware/elastomer combinations, Link-Seal® modular seals are easily configured to achieve the best possible match for service conditions encountered. High temperature seals, fire seals (Factory Mutual Approved) and oil resistant seals may be ordered to meet special or unique service applications.
For the system approach, metal or non-conductive Century-Line® sleeves with water stops may be ordered with Link-Seal® modular seals to ensure correct positioning and a water tight seal of the installation within poured concrete walls.
Standard size Link-Seal® modular seals can be used with Century-Line® Model CS sleeves, Model WS (Steel) sleeves, or core drilled holes. Link-Seal® modular seals are also available for a wide variety of special applications, temperature extremes, exotic chemical combinations and for "out of round" or non-centered applications. Please contact Corrosion Control Products Company for your special application
Link-Seal® Modular Seal Options
* Note: Sustains a constant temperature of 325°F (163°C). Sustained operation near temperature limits may affect life expectancy.
Link-Seal® Sleeve Options
Century-Line® Model CS Sleeves
ideal for poured wall construction. Made of HDPE thermoplastic, they are lightweight and easy to handle. Molded-in waterstop and reinforcing ribs serve to anchor the sleeve in the wall and resist pour forces. Nailer end caps are provided to make placement in forms simple and accurate. Sleeves are available in 16 diameters, up to 25", and any length. In the event of a field change they can be shortened with ordinary hand tools.
Link-Seal® Modular Seals
Commonly installed in cored wall openings or pre-cast openings such as those formed by use of Cell-Cast® Disks for pipe penetration hole forms. Please see our Cell-Cast Disk pages.
Model WS Steel Sleeves
Made from heavy-wall welded or seamless pipe. A full circle waterstop plate acts as positive water seal and anchor to prevent thrust movement. The collar is continuously welded on both sides. Mo del WS is available in a wide range of diameters and any length. Sleeves are protected by a coating of red primer. Hot dip galvanizing is available on request.
Installation - Link-Seal® Modular Seals
1. Center the pipe, cable or conduit in wall opening or casing. Make sure the pipe will be adequately supported on both ends. Link-Seal® modular seals are not intended to sup-port the weight of the pipe.
2. Loosen rear pressure plate with nut just enough so links move freely. Connect both ends of belt around the pipe.
3. Check to be sure all bolt heads are facing the installer. Extra slack or sag is normal. Do not remove links if extra slack exists. Note: On smaller diameter pipe, links may need to be stretched.
4. Slide belt assembly into annular space. For larger size belts, start inserting Link-Seal modular seal assembly at the 6 O'Clock position and work both sides up toward the 12 O'Clock position in the annular space.
5. Using a hand socket or off-set wrench ONLY, start at 12 o'clock and tighten bolts until rubber begins to "bulge" Do not tighten any bolt more than 4 turns at a time. Continue in a clockwise manner until links have been uniformly compressed. (Approx. 2 or 3 rotations)
6. Make 2 or 3 more passes at 4 turns per bolt max, tightening all bolts clockwise until all sealing elements bulge around all pressure plates. On type 316 stainless steel bolts, hand tighten ONLY without power tool.
7. If the seal doesn't appear to be correct using the instructions provided, call CCP at 310-532-9314
Installation Notes: The Link-Seal® modular seal bolt heads are usually recessed below the wall opening or the edge of casing pipe; therefore a socket or offset wrench must be used.
Hand Tools: Use 5/16" hex or #6 screwdriver for LS-200. 1/2" hex requires 3/8" drive socket wrench. 9/16" and 3/4" hex requires 1/2" drive socket wrench. Tools not provided.
Always Wear Safety Equipment when Installing or Using Link-Seal® modular seals!
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The seller warrants that all goods furnished under this order will be free from defects in material and workmanship and will conform to Pipeline Seal & Insulator, Inc. published specifications.
The limit of PSI's liability for failure of any of our products to meet the foregoing warranty, or for breach of any other warranty, express, implied or statutory, shall be to supply an equivalent amount of product for any materials returned to us within 12 months of shipment and found to be defective by PSI.
Due to the widely varying conditions under which our products are used or installed, PSI offers no warranty as to their merchantability, length of service or suitability for any particular purpose, express or implied, other than described above.
The Purchaser accepts full responsibility for installation of all goods furnished under this order and for any defects or damage suffered as a result of defective installation of such goods. No instructions, advice, or aid relative to installation given by the Seller to the Purchaser shall be construed as a warranty as to the accuracy or utility of such instructions, advice, or aid, but only as an accommodation to the Purchaser and an opinion of the Seller.
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Typical Seal & Sleeve Specification
1.0 Penetration Seals
Use a modular, mechanical seal, consisting of rubber links shaped to continuously fill the annular space between the pipe and the wall opening. Link-Seal® pressure plates shall be molded of glass reinforced nylon. Hardware shall be mild steel with a 74,000 psi minimum tensile strength and 2-part Zinc Dichromate coating per ASTM B-633 and Organic Coating, tested in accordance with ASTM B-117 to pass a 1,500-hour salt spray test (or 316 Stainless Steel). Coloration shall be throughout elastomer for positive field inspection. Each link shall have permanent identification of the size and manufacturer's name molded into the pressure plate and sealing element. The Contractor will submit to verify the modular seals are domestically manufactured at a plant with a current ISO-9001:2000 registration. Copy of ISO-9001:2000 registrations shall be a submittal item. PSI-Thunderline / Link-Seal® Modular Seal as manufactured by Pipeline Seal & Insulator, Inc. or pre-approved equal.
2.0 Sleeves and Wall Openings
A. For diameters up to 24.81" install molded non-metallic high density polyethylene sleeves (HDPE) with integral hollow, molded water-stop ring four inches larger than the outside diameter of the sleeve itself. End caps and reinforcing ribs, domestically manufactured in an approved ISO-9001:2000 facility. Century-Line® Sleeve as manufactured by Pipeline Seal & Insulator, Inc. or engineered pre-approved equal.
B. For openings from 29.25" to 64.74" in diameter, use a modular hole-forming system consisting of interlocking HDPE plastic discs, domestically manufactured in an ISO-9001:2000 facility. The system shall provide a round hole in conformance with Link Seal® Modular Seal sizing data. Cell-Cast® Hole Forming Discs as manufactured by Pipeline Seal & Insulator, Inc. or engineered pre-approved equal.
Consideration of brands other than mentioned above shall be submitted to the Engineer for evaluation at least 10 days prior to bid due date and shall include evidence of a minimum of 25 years of successful in-service application of the mechanical seal, as well as current ISO-9001:2000 registration.