Glossary DPM Acetel® - Registered trademark of KTP Industries’ polyacetyl plastic. Alcryn® - Registered trademark of Advanced Polymers Alloys halogen polyolefin. FRP – Fiberglass, literally, fiber reinforced plastic. Fuel-Thane – A trademark for DPM’s fuel compatible polyurea weldable plastic. Hydro-active – A chemical reaction that is initiated by water. Polysulfide – A rubber product resulting from mixing a monomer base with a catalyst. RTM – Resin transfer molded fiberglass. Solvent weld – A process where a plastic is dissolved in a solvent to form a glue that is used to chemically join two edges of the plastic.
Multi-Sync Repair DPM Use Multi-Sync when: Tight clearance around the entry fitting (Multi-Sync has the same “foot-print” as the old fitting.) Pipe is not centered Pipe is coming thru at ODD or EXCESSIVE angle. Multi-Sync inserts rotate to fit the position of the pipe) Pipe is bent close to the end of the entry fitting. (Multi-Sync can extend less that 3” from sump wall.) No “Tek Screws”!
DPM Multi- Sync Training Part 1: Support Chemicals Part 2: Prepare the Sump Part 3: Clean Multi-Sync Parts Part 4: Weld Multi-Sync in Place Multi-Sync Repair DPM
DGK-4 -Solvent weld Glue Kit DBB V -Bulkhead Bonder DBC -Bulkhead Cleaner DBF II - UL listed Bulkhead Fill DRP -Repair Paste DAS - Hydro-active Foam Sealer DPM Support Chemicals
Zip Tite - Solvent Weld Glue Kit Available in: DGK-4 - 4 oz. Metal can DGK-16 -16 oz. Bottle About one minute working time Cures in 30 minutes @ 70 o F Used on all Fuel-Thane products Weld as strong as base material Leave lid off until hard to dispose NOTE: HAZMAT shipping DPM Support Chemicals
DBB V - Bulkhead Bonder Uses DSM-3 Static Mixer DAG III Applicator Gun Sand FRP before applying Excellent bond for Fuel-Thane to FRP Very good adhesion for Alcyrn to FRP Hardened mix disposes safely NOTE: HAZMAT shipping DPM Support Chemicals
DBC - Bulkhead Cleaner The BEST cleaner going Use on all parts before Solvent welding Hazardous chemical – MUST follow safety directions on can Do not substitute with Acetone! NOTE: HAZMAT shipping DPM Support Chemicals
DBF II - UL listed Bulkhead Fill Uses DSM-1 Static Mixer Uses DAG applicator Gun Must store “Horizontally” Black color Purge 2 oz. to ensure mixing Hardens in about one hour@ 70 o F (will not set below 50 o F) Cures in 72 hours @ 70 o F Test after one hour Dispose excess per local regulations by mixing and allowing to cure. DPM Support Chemicals
DRP-Repair Paste/Sealer Uses DSM-1 Static Mixer Uses DAG applicator Gun Must be stored “Horizontally” Gray color Purge 2 oz. to ensure mixing Hardens in about one hour Fully cures in 72 hours @ 70 o F (will not set below 50 o F) Dispose excess by mixing and allowing to cure DPM Support Chemicals
DAS – Hydro-active Foam Sealer Best water stop/water block product Uses standard caulking gun Temporarily stops water flow into sump Water activates and expands sealant Watch the AquaSeal Video in Part 1A DPM Support Chemicals
DPM Applicator Guns DAG – Manual gun for DBF II & DRP DAG-P – Pneumatic gun for DBF II & DRP Support Products DPM DAG III -For DBB V
Multi-Sync Repair DPM Fuel-Thane tested to UL 2005 protocols Most cost effective retrofit available Quick and easy installation reduces cost Repairs ALL pipe sizes up to 6” nominal Fixes off-angle or off-centered piping problems Warranty – 3 year materials Additional information
How the Multi-Sync Works Part 1 – The Bonding Ring & Sleeve Step 1: Clean around part to be repaired Clean around the old part Cut off the reducer part of the old entry fitting Back off the nut Clean & Sand the sump wall & Clean the repair parts with DBC cleaner. Wipe dry. Step 2: Check the fit of the repair parts Check the fit of the “Bonding Ring” and “Sleeve” around the nut & pipe Step 3: Bond Split Parts Back Together Back off the nut & “Bond” the split parts back together Let cure for 30 minutes Apply “Sealer” to sump side of Bonding Ring, slide up to sump wall, & thread on Nut Do Not Over Tighten. Snug is ok Attach the Sleeve, with fill port up. Bond with DBB III. Set Clamp in place The Basic Steps to fixing a “Threaded” entry fitting This step varies depending on the fitting manufacturer. See actual installation instructions.
How the Multi-Sync Works Part 2 – The Eccentric Insert & Multi-Sync Reducer Step 4: Install & Bond Eccentric Insert & Multi-Sync Reducer Back Together Wrack Eccentric Insert around the pipe Wrack Multi-Sync Reducer around the pipe Apply DBB III to split area on Eccentric Insert, press ends together & clamp Apply DBB III to split area on Multi-Sync Reducer, press ends together & clamp Step 5: Install The Eccentric Insert & Multi-Sync Reducer Dry fit the Eccentric insert. Make sure it fits properly over the pipe & inside the sleeve. Dry fit the Multi-Sync Reducer Adjust the positions so that they lineup properly with the Repair Sleeve & Pipe. Note: A proper fit will not cause extra pressure or force to the sleeve and will allow a longer lasting repair. Once you have the part lined up correctly 1.Pull back the Multi-Sync Reducer & Eccentric Insert 2.Apply DBB III bonder all around the Eccentric Insert, 3.Slide Eccentric into the Repair sleeve in the proper position 4.Apply DBB III bonder all around the Multi-Sync Reducer 5.Slide the Multi-Sync Reducer into it’s proper place 6.Set the Clamp the around the sleeve & over the Eccentric Insert and tighten “snugly”. 7.Set clamp over reducer end on the pipe & tighten enough to create a seal around the pipe. Step 6: Fill the part with DBF II Polysulfide Slowly fill the repair with DBF II Use the “Remote Fill” option if space is limited around the repair Cleanup & you are done Can be Hydro-static tested after 1 hour The Basic Steps to fixing a “Threaded” entry fitting Split Eccentric Insert Split Multi-Sync Reducer
Reducers & Inserts Split and Non-Split Fits all common pipes & pipe adapters DPM Other DPM Split Repair Products Split parts for existing PipingNon-Split parts for New Piping