How It Works
- Stainless steel clamps secure the connector to the pipe.
- The connector is placed to follow the arc of the manhole wall and the stainless steel clamp is placed straight across the confinement area.
- The pipe is placed in position and grouted in place using non-shrink patching compound OR
- The pipe is placed in position in the formwork and the structure is poured around it.
- After the mortar or concrete has set, the structure can be backfilled.
Why It's Better
- Nitrile rubber resists most chemicals and hydrocarbons found in effluent and soils.
- The best alternative to solely using mortar joint compound.
- Helps to control exfiltration or infiltration between the connector and the pipe
Where To Use
- Wet wells
- Square pump and lift stations
- Storm water structures
- On-site treatment structures
- Junction chambers
- Grease interceptors
- Round, arch and elliptical pipes
Meets or Exceeds
NITRILE WATERSTOP meets or exceeds the Physical Property requirements of the following Specifications:
- ASTM C 923 – Standard Specification for Resilient Connectors Between Reinforced Concrete Manhole Structures, Pipes, and Laterals
- ASTM C 443 (Oil Resistance)
- ASTM C 1619 CLASS D
- ASTM C 1478 – Standard Specification for Storm Drain Resilient Connectors Between Reinforced Concrete Storm Sewer Structures, Pipes, and Laterals
- ASTM F 2510 Standard Specification for Resilient Connectors Between Reinforced Concrete Manhole Structures and Corrugated High Density Polyethylene Drainage Pipes
Can be used with corrugated HDPE and plastic pipes with a PVC and manhole sleeve adapter. Contact us for more details.