Rapp-it Pipe Repair Bandage is a roll of fibreglass bandage impregnated with water-activated resin. You simply immerse the bandage in water for 10 seconds, then apply by wrapping around the damaged pipe area. A successful pipe repair can be achieved in 30 minutes.

Rapp-it is an instant emergency pipe repair system that is simple to use with no mixing or measuring required. Rapp-it bandages have a woven fibreglass substrate impregnated with a water-activated polyurethane resin.

Major industries such as the mining, industrial, marine and agricultural environments are specific markets and areas of use for Rapp-it products.

Rapp-it’s ability to perform effectively in emergency situations greatly reduces costly downtime and production loss. Because of the product’s ease of use, it can be applied by practically any apprentice applicator. Rapp-it Pipe Repair Bandages can produce a successful repair within 30 minutes, made available to all maintenance staff within your industry you can save downtime on pipe repairs.

It is important you choose the correct size for your application. In some cases, multiple bandages may be required. Each package also contains a 50mm stick of Rapp-it Steel Putty, and a pair of gloves.

Rapp-it bonds to most pipe substrates, including copper, metal, PVC and polyurethane.

Rapp-it is resistant to most chemicals, including harsh solvents such as MEK, hydrochloric acid and gasoline. These chemicals do not cause any softening of the bandage. Its heat resistance is 150° Celsius; anything over this could cause toxic fumes.

Rapp-it has also been successfully used in petrochemical, general manufacturing, food and chemical processing and marine industries, from small fishing crafts to boiler and engine rooms within container shipping vessels.

A leaking pipe could threaten to shut down your entire operation, which could cost you thousands of dollars in downtime. It pays to cover yourself and your company by stocking Rapp-it Pipe Repair Bandages.

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Rapp-it Pipe Repair Application Instructions;

Shut down pipes or hoses.
Clean damaged area of the pipe thoroughly, disposing of any foreign bodies.
Clean and roughen pipe surface to help result in a successful repair.
Apply Steel Putty to pipe
Activate pipe repair bandage, by soaking in temperate fresh water for 10 seconds.
The entire contents must be used once the package is opened.
Apply Rapp-it pipe repair bandage around the damaged ares, extending 50mm on either side of the leak.
Ensure the bandage is wrapped tight - tightness of the wrap is very important.
Quickly wrap the bandage firmly until completion.
Continue to apply pressure by hand moulding and squeezing the layers together in a tightening motion.
For the best result, manufacturers recommend the completed application be no less than 10mm in thickness
Allow a minimum of 30 minutes for Rapp-it Bandage to set rock-hard.

Pipe Repair Bandage activation
Shut down pipe, soak Rapp-it pipe repair in water for 10 seconds.
Pipe Repair bandage applied over steel putty
Wrap Rapp-it around pipe, over Steel Putty. Tighten firmly.
Completed pipe repair
Allow 30 minutes for Rapp-it pipe repair to set rock hard.


Alatas UK Ltd, Arthur Drive, Hoo Farm Industrial Estate, Kidderminster, WORCS DY11 7RA U.K.
Tel: +44 1562 747050
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