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Earls D024ERL Pipe Sealant Up to 10,000 PSI, -65 to +400 Degree F
Earls D024ERL Pipe Sealant Up to 10,000 PSI, -65 to +400 Degree F

Earls D024ERL Pipe Sealant Up to 10,000 PSI, -65 to +400 Degree F

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Earl's instant pipe sealant secures metal pipes and fittings by filling the space between threaded metal parts. Thread sealants prevent leakage caused by tape shredding, vibration loosening, solvent evaporation and damaged threads. Pipe sealant can be used for both low and high pressure applications and seals to the burst strength of most piping systems. Because of the lubricating properties, fitting assembly is easy. It works on any liquid, gas, fuel, air, oil lines and has an anti-galling compound to work with stainless and aluminum fittings. Parts can be disassembled with basic hand tools. Comes in a 50ML tube.

  • Operating Temperature: -65° F to +400° F
  • Full Cure Time: 24 Hours @ 68° F
  • Pressure Resistance: 10,000 PSI
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