Whether you’re testing for leaks or checking on your piping system, it’s important to have the right tools. One of the most common tools is mechanical pipe plugs, which are small, lightweight, and do not require air to inflate or seal. They expand to fit tightly within a pipe or open mechanically by hand. They don’t deflate over time like inflatable plugs, making them ideal for long-term applications or pipes that have a high-pressure requirement.
Designed for use in cast iron cleanout tees that have been damaged, the Test-Tite Flush Mechanical Cleanout Repair Plug restores functionality to the pipe without breaking or damaging the threads.
The unique design of this product seals behind the threads to create an air-tight seal in all brands of fittings. It sits completely flush inside and out of the tee, allowing easy installation. It holds up to 50 feet of backpressure and comes with an allen wrench for quick installation. For a leak-free seal, it has a rubber gasket that creates a seal behind the threads, not on worn threads. A stainless-steel flathead screw and wrench are included.
The Mechanical Cleanout Repair Plug from IPS Corporation is a new addition to the Test-Tite line of the wing nut and T-Cone Cleanout and Repair plugs. They are compatible with all types of DWV plumbing, including PVC, copper, and cast iron. They are available in various sizes and come with a clear cap that allows water to be released without splashing into the cleanout.
A mechanical cleanout repair plug is designed in cast iron fittings where the threads are worn or stripped. The product has a sleek design that uses an innovative rubber gasket to create a seal behind the threads, not on them.
The best part is the plug can be removed without the aid of a screwdriver, and it’s made from a durable material that’s tough enough to handle the test of time. Other features include a high-test pressure capability and a nifty three-stage locking mechanism that secures both the test and drain position.
A Mechanical Cleanout Repair Plug is designed for cast iron cleanout fittings where the threads are worn or stripped. The two-inch, glass-reinforced ABS plug features a rubber gasket that seals behind the threads. It holds 50 feet of back pressure and installs completely flush.
Each plug comes with an allen wrench, making it quick and easy to install. It is also a great way to access sewer and drain pipe systems to feed a plumbing snake into clogged pipes.
Cherne (r) Mechanical Cleanout Plugs make testing DWV stacks fast and simple, eliminating backsplash draining through a mechanical, tool-free operation.
These plugs feature a two-stage locking mechanism that secures into both test and drain positions, allowing for high test pressure of up to 150 feet head/65 psi/15 floors (at 10 feet head per floor).
A durable and replaceable rubber pad provides a reliable seal. These plugs fit PVC, ABS, and cast-iron cleanout tees and are available in two-inch, three-inch, and four-inch sizes. They are available with or without a brass shut-off valve and sold separately.
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A Mechanical Cleanout Repair Plug is designed to restore functionality to a cast iron pipe fitting. This product seals behind the damaged threads, not on them, to create an air-tight seal that holds up to 50 ft. of back pressure and installs completely flush inside and out of the tee, making it suitable for most brands of cast iron pipe fittings.
It is an easy-to-use, quick, and inexpensive solution for fixing a damaged threaded tee on your system. Each plug comes with an allen wrench so that you can install it quickly and easily.
The test-ball style of this plug allows for easier waste stack testing, preventing the rise and run of a tee from being drained during tests. It withstands up to 13 psi, or 30 feet, of head pressure and is made from natural rubber that provides a good seal. Its ring-and-chain assembly prevents it from being drawn into the DWV plumbing system during tests, while a clear cap ensures water is released without splashing out of the tee.
This mechanical test plug is available in two, three, and four-inch sizes. Its two-stage locking mechanism secures firmly in test and drains positions for high-pressure testing up to 150 feet head/65 psi/15 floors. A replaceable rubber pad provides additional protection against corrosion.