Fiberlock Wet Wrap 'N' Seal Asbestos Repair Rolls
Brand : Fiberlock Technologies
- Unit of Measure:
- 5 Rolls (4" Wide x 9ft Long)
Fiberlock Serpi Wet-Wrap 'N' Seal rolls are recommended for repairs to deteriorating, crumbling, or damaged asbestos insulation. Wet-Wrap 'N' Seal Pipe Repair Wrap can be applied prior to asbestos encapsulation with Rewettable Canvas Pipe Lagging and/or Fiberlock Lag-Kote Coating. Fiberlock Serpi Wet-Wrap ‘N’ Seal is a permanent asbestos insulation repair system which can be applied quickly and easily. Once dry, this rewettable pipe lagging permanently retains its strength, shape, and form. Wet-Wrap 'N' Seal Asbestos Wrap can be spiraled around the damaged insulation to create a solid and secure casting prior to encapsulation. Wet-Wrap 'N' Seal can be used in conjunction with Fiberlock ABC Fiberspray when sealing off ends and edges of asbestos pipe insulation.
Sold per Bag of 5 Rolls
Roll Size: 4" Wide x 9ft Long
*Also available in a 6" Width
- Put room temperature water into a clean 5 gallon pail or bucket. Wet-Wrap 'N' Seal Asbestos Wrap contains a plaster of paris and synthetic resin combination. Use of skin protection or gloves is recommended.
- Hold loosely and submerge one asbestos pipe wrap tape roll at a time into the water bucket for 5 seconds. Keep thumb under edge of Wet-Wrap ‘N’ Seal to avoid difficulty in finding starting end after squeezing.
- Remove and squeeze with twisting motion to wring out excess water, keeping thumbs under starting end.
- When applying overlap each layer by 50%. Smooth each overlap turn of Wet-Wrap ‘N’ Seal Pipe Repair Wrap into the layers below, molding carefully to the contour, forming a solid, well-fused covering.
- Apply Rewettable Canvas Pipe Lagging over the Wet-Wrap 'N' Seal once fully dried.
- For a clean and finished appearance, coat with Fiberlock Lag-Kote Coating.
WARNING: Asbestos is a health hazard. Proper precautions should be taken at all times when working with or near asbestos containing materials including wearing a respirator and properly sealing off the work area from other parts of the building. *Do not over order this product as asbestos removal/encapsulating products are not eligible for returns or exchanges.
Easy to work with, just the right size for end coverage and sealing of
gaps, cracks, and damaged areas. It's like wrapping a cast. Great!
And shipping was so fast I thought maybe they were in my same city.
Worked great with the Lag Kote. Easy to use. A little pricy for 5 rolls at basically $5/roll.
These work great!! I had some damage to the lagging on a couple of pipes. After I got all my PPE on, I was able to easily cut and rewrap the damaged areas. It stayed right where I put and dried quickly. I then coated the dried wrap with Lag Kote II. Your company was the only place I could buy this in a practical quantity. Everyone else wanted me to buy a case which was expensive and I did not need that amount. Highly recommended!!
*Kenneth, I am glad that your encapsulation project went as planned! Thanks for the great review~ BIP
Great product , simple to use , good price
Very happy with the quality of this product. It was very easy to use. The price and shipping of the product was great! thank you
We purchased these rolls as the first step to encapsulating our basement pipes. they work like a charm, are easy to use and clean up quickly. Suggest wetting for just a bit longer than the 5 seconds, as the center of the roll can be dry. put in the water, swish back and forth to get some water in the hole that is the center of the roll, then ring it out. Great first step.
This is a highly effective solution. (Reminds of the old ways to repair a broken bone). Dip it in water and then wrap around the pipe. Couldn't be simpler and works really well.
Creates a tight, tidy solution of old pipes
*Bob, thank you again for your great review of both our Wet Wrap and our Rewettable Lagging. ~ BIP
I used a box of rolls and all went very well. It was easy to work with and will order more boxes to complete my project.
*Katherine, we are glad that your project is going well. Thank you for the review ~ BIP
We are seniors and one of us is retired. We tackled this project together. After dressing up in designer goggles, respirator, gloves, jumpsuits, and plastic bags over the hats on our heads, and plastic drop cloth on the floor, we began! I cut the strips into 18" lengths to pass to my husband. The first one was very frustrating for him to handle alone... so was the 2nd. After arguing over nothing more but simple impatience, our technique was different but it worked exceptionally well. We fan-folded it (like wall paper) and secured the ends very well with our thumbs before submerging it in the pail of water for 5 seconds. After he squeezed out the excess water he would hold one end and pass the other end to me to hold and keep it straight and manageable enough for us to apply to the pipe... Voila!! We covered all the breaks-- especially the pipe bends of the asbestos insulation with great ease after that! We looked at our Masterpiece this morning which is magnificent! Now we're ready for the next step. We're applying the Rewettable Canvas Pipe Lagging next. We'll review when we complete it.
It was like putting a cast on my insulated (asbestos) pipes. The only problem I had was underestimating how much product to buy, so it took me two "installments."
My cat had taken to walking on the asbestos covered pipes in my basement. She lost her balance and tore the asbestos open along a seam. I used the wrap to pull the asbestos together and to wrap the length of the pipe. As others have mentioned, don't try to cut the wrap when it is wet. If you need a shorter piece, cut it dry, roll it up and then dunk it in the water, keeping hold of the end. I've purchased more to wrap as many of the pipes as I can get to, for extra protection.
We have 2 inch diameter pipes in basement wrapped with asbestos. Due to size, I used short lengths which made it easy to wrap with time left over to make sure the "plaster of paris" was smooth as well. It took only one short piece to get the hang of using this. Many pipe twists and turns required very short lengths and even a putty knife to push the wrap between a few very close pipes. The wrap handled all of this beautifully. I found myself thinking there must be some other items in the house I could wrap just for the fun of it. Don't hesitate to purchase this if you are in need of asbestos encapsulation wrap.
*Thank you for the good tips and the recommendation of the Wet Wrap 'n' Seal ~ BIP