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Rewettable Canvas Pipe Lagging

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Abatement
$13.25
SKU:
93REWET

 Product Description

A 14.5 oz fiberglass asbestos pipe wrap that is easily installed over asbestos pipe insulation to conceal the fibers that are considered a health concern if airborne.

The rewettable pipe lagging is made out of fiberglass cross woven thread that is embedded with an inorganic rewettable coating. Once moistened, the rewettable coating becomes sticky and hardens once it dries.

This product is tested to withstand a maximum operating temperature of up to 1000F.

SPECIFICATIONS:   Meets Military Specification: MIL-C-20079H  Type 1 Class 4

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS:
Per Yard:
60" wide x 3ft long* (for less than 5 yard orders)
Per Box (5 yards): 60" wide x 15ft long
Discounted Price per Box: $56.50
*Note: Per Yard orders are not cut individually, if you order 3 yards, you will receive a 9ft long section

Installation Instructions:

      1. Repairs: Crumbling and deteriorating insulation should be repaired prior to encapsulation with Fiberlock Wet Wrap 'N' Seal Asbestos Repair Rolls.
      2. Measurement: Measure the outside circumference of the pipe insulation to be concealed to figure out how many yards of material to order.  We recommend that the 60" length be used to cut 3ft long strips rather than have 60" long strips which are harder to install (we recommend an seam overlap of 3"-6" depending on pipe size.)
      3. Activation:  The rewettable cloth coating is activated by water and hardens once dry to a cast like barrier.
        1. Dip Method: Dip the Rewettable Pipe Lagging in water (bathtub, pail, etc.) and allow excess water to drip off before application. (similar to wallpaper)
        2. Spray Method: Spray both sides of Rewettable Pipe Lagging with a spray bottle until completely wet.
      4. Application: Wrap the moist Rewettable Canvas Pipe Lagging around the pipe with the overlapping seam facing downwards on the upper part of the pipe. Allow a 3"-6" seam overlap along with a 3"-6" joint overlap between two sections. (gloves are recommended)
      5. Dry Period:  Allow 12-24 hours for the asbestos pipe wrap to fully cure, we recommend waiting 48 hours before coating with Fiberlock Lag-Kote II Asbestos Encapsulant
      6. Coating:  As a secondary barrier, coating Rewettable Canvas with Fiberlock Lag-Kote II Asbestos Encapsulant will provide an aesthetically superior finish.

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.

*Product Quantity Estimation:  Please feel free to email us the dimensions of your pipe and we will calculate the total number of yards that are needed for your project. *Do not over order this product as asbestos removal/encapsulating products are not eligible for returns or exchanges.

Dimensions required:

      • Circumference around your pipe insulation
      • Length of the pipe

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 Product Reviews

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  1. GREAT PRODUCT SO EASY TO INSTALL

    Posted by RR on 4th Nov 2018

    I have an old converted gravity furnace which was covered with an asbestos based insulation coating. I needed to have the combination heat valve changed for a new one and no heating technicians would go near it even though there was no asbestos release.
    I decided to wrap the entire furnace and all it took was a couple of hours and now I am overjoyed with the results.
    This lagging is SO easy to work with. I just used a large bucket and fairly large sections of the lagging. I dipped them in the water, let excess water run off and applied to the surface of the furnace which i had already sprayed down with water to reduce any chance of asbestos particles coming off. Once covered, I ran my hand over the protected outside to make sure the surface was adhering tightly and continuously.
    The furnace looks like a mummy now (lol) and there is no chance of any asbestos release.
    FYI, I used a mask, full body protection and of course gloves....
    Oh yeah, I got a technician to swap out the old gas valve too!
    This is a great product when you don't want to spend thousands on the alternative.

    *RR, Thank you for the great review ~ BIP


  2. Lagging

    Posted by Kent M. on 15th Oct 2018

    Lagging fabric worked great. Once you get the hang of it application goes pretty fast.


  3. Easy application

    Posted by Joseph K. on 18th Sep 2018

    This product was easy to moisten & apply & then form to fit. Drying time was acceptable and then we applied the recommended sealer (Lag-Kote II) which went on very nicely. The two gallon worked well for our 10 yards of material.

    *Joseph, we are glad that both our Rewettable Lag Cloth and Lag-Kote products worked out well for your project ~ BIP


  4. Good stuff

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2018

    Not quite as easy as the Fiberlock but still not that hard. Had an issue with the fibers being loose after cutting it into the required size strips but overall worked great.


    *Thank you for the review. We agree that the fiberglass strands can get frayed when cutting. We recommend worrying about cutting the strands after the cloth dries out, which makes cutting any frays easier. ~ BIP


  5. Did the Job - Easy to use

    Posted by John B. on 9th Jul 2018

    Purchased to encase an old asbestos-insulated water pipe in a New England basement. Customer service was very helpful in estimating the amount I would need, the price was right, shipped promptly and arrived as scheduled. Easy to install; I highly recommend.

    *John, we are glad to hear that your project went as planned ~ BIP


  6. Easy to apply

    Posted by Lou M. on 6th May 2018

    I was able to encapsulate the asbestos covered pipes in my home in one day. I did the following:
    - Measured the circumference of the asbestos covered pipe. Most were 12" around.
    - Added 3" for overlap and cut 15" off the folded blanket; ended up with a 15" x 60" strip. I cut mine with a good pair of scissors.
    - Wetted the blanket and laid the strip lengthwise over the pipe and wrapped around.
    - Cut 4" strips (4" x 60") to wrap around corners and bends.
    - Saved over $8,000 vs having the asbestos professionally removed.

    I had 90 feet of pipe and two of these blankets were enough. I ended up with a little left over. Definitely recommended!


  7. Matched my 100 yr old home pipe lagging perfectly!

    Posted by Robert H. on 14th Dec 2017

    Easy to use, just wet &wrap, turned out looking like a pro did the job. Now I can sell my home knowing that it is not a hazard and I did it for less then $100 dollars. Thanks for a great product and an informative site. You certainly helped take my stress level down a couple of notches...

    *Robert, we are glad that you can now safely sell your home and have less to worry about in this stressful time. ~ BIP


  8. Fantastic product

    Posted by Titan Const on 11th Dec 2017

    First time I used this product. I cut into 3' lengths so it was easier to work with. First few were not show pieces, however the following ones went on very well.


  9. Excellent product, easy to use

    Posted by Virginia R. on 9th Jul 2017

    I am an older retired woman and found this product easy to use and it does a great job of encapsulating the old asbestos pipe covering. I did use the Wrap N Seal product on the crumbling parts first. For the runs of pipe that were easy to reach around it was simple to apply. The trick is to cut pieces that fit where you are working. The more difficult part is where I could not reach around the pipe due to other items next to it (water pipes, wiring, wood framing). If you ever wall papered then this is similar and quite simple to use.

    *Virginia, thank you for such a great review ~ BIP


  10. Excellent Product

    Posted by William E. on 20th Feb 2017

    My basement hot water heating pipes are insulated. although the insulation is in good condition, it may contain hazardous fibers. So, I decided to cover it with this rewettable canvas rather than remove it. Until you gain some experience applying it can be a little messy, but you catch on quickly. Narrow strips are good around corners. The result is I now have a hard shell around the insulation that I will eventually paint. I would recommend this application if your heating pipes are insulated with older insulation that is still in good condition. This in my opinion much easier and less expensive than removing and then re-installing new insulation.


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