A breakthrough in conventional system of sealing the C.I. Pipe Joint with lead. It would
replace lead used for sealing pipe joints. Worldwide, lead or cement mortar is used for
sealing the pipe joints. In case of lead, heating is required for melting, gasket/wet clay
shuttering support is required for horizontal joints and finally hammering is must for
proper caulking. Lead has negligible bonding strength, is toxic and pollutes the
environment when heated. Cement mortar decays with the reaction of acid (used for
cleaning toilets), requires water curing, has a tendency to develop shrinkage cracks, has
low bonding strength, is not very durable and joints are not completely waterproofed.
DRIPSEAL PJS-43 has been developed to overcome all these drawbacks. Besides outstanding properties, low cost is plus point of this product. DRIPSEAL PJS-43 works out much economical than lead as its density (1.95gm/cc) is 1/6th that of lead (11.35gm/cc).