Pipe Wrap

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Definition - What does Pipe Wrap mean?

Pipe wrap is resin-impregnated fiberglass or PVC tape used for surface protection. It is easy to use, cost-effective, and durable in pipe repair. It repairs pipe leaks and protects moisture ingression, corrosion, and abrasion. It is actually a polymer tape that adheres to fiberglass, concrete and all kinds of pipes, joints and elbows.


Corrosionpedia explains Pipe Wrap

Pipe wrap protects pipes from moisture, acids, alkalis, sunlight, and corrosive salts attack. It also resists bacterial and fungal growth.

Pipe wrap can be used in different shapes and sizes and is also usable both in dry and wet surfaces. Pipe wrap is suitable for pipes used in petroleum refineries, chemical handling, and mining applications.

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