Without any excavation, HydraTite® can restore damaged pipes from the inside, making it an excellent choice for repairs that need to be made immediately.
HydraTite provides individualized mechanical restoration without expensive excavation. HydraTite has been used for more than 20 years with great success. For pipe joint repairs, pressure pipe repairs, and joint infiltration in drinking water, storm drain sewers, gas pipelines, storage pipelines, distribution pipelines, and power generation pipelines, the internal pipe joint seals get the job done with strength and longevity built in.
Internal joint sealing technology. The system consists of stainless steel retention bands, which hold rubber seals in place. Every seal is unique. In addition to having a backing band to repair pressure pipes and cooling water expansion joints, the seals can be linked to span vast lengths of pipe. In order to stop inflow and infiltration (I&I) and stop leaks in pressure applications, Round Pipe Joint Seal repairs degraded pipe joints. (Requires man-entry-sized piping, usually measuring at least 18 inches.)
Elliptical Pipe Joint Seal. Eliminates I&I and prevents the creation of sinkholes by repairing damaged joints in gravity flow applications. Man entry elliptical pipe diameters can be accommodated via custom manufacturing.
Box Joint Seals. Suitable for situations involving pressure and gravity, these seals have a rectangular or non-circular cross section, which are custom-made to replace faulty joints in box culverts, tunnels, and conduits.
Seal at Liner End. These are designed to provide a watertight seal to span the termination of internal pipe linings and stop backflow between lines and the host pipe. Assuming installation access doesn’t require man entry, these are applicable to sizes 12″ and up.
Joint Seal for Expansion. This design allows for the necessary movement that expansion joints require while maintaining a watertight or airtight seal. They are intended to swap out damaged expansion joints and designed to be installed without the need to remove the existing expansion joint.