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Modèle # 158022 Internet # 1000723575

Hercules Megaloc est un scellant de filetage polyvalent fabriqué avec DuPont Kevlar pour une utilisation sur les métaux, y compris l'acier, l'acier inoxydable, le laiton, le cuivre, l'aluminium et les plastiques.

  1. La formule sans odeur est non séparatrice, ininflammable et non dangereuse
  1. Scelle les tuyaux et les raccords en plastique et en métal
  1. Sans danger pour les conduites d'eau potable

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
4.5
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
0.75
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
24
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
1.75
Poids assemblé (en livres)
0.1
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
0.1
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
0.1
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4.75

Détails

Entretien des installations
Non
Pays d'origine
US-United States

Garanties et certifications

garantie limitée
1.1Oz Megaloc PjcHercules 1.1Oz Megaloc PjcHercules Megaloc est un scellant de filetage polyvalent fabriqué avec DuPont Kevlar pour une utilisation sur les métaux, y compris l'acier, l'acier inoxydable, le laiton, le cuivre, l'aluminium et les plastiques.
Hercules
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1.1Oz Megaloc Pjc est évalué 4.4 de 5 de 83.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par This thread sealant is a great alternative to the standard PTFE thread tape. In my experience, l... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This thread sealant is a great alternative to the standard PTFE thread tape. In my experience, liquid thread sealant is far stronger and more reliable that PTFE tape. Instead of using PTFE, Megaloc went with DuPont's Kevlar fibers making this stuff bullet-proof (pun intended.) So far I've on only used this thread sealant on black gas pipe and brass water fittings, however it is rated to work on plastic threads also. Its rated to 2600 psi on gas and 12000 psi on hydraulic. It doesn't contain any grit or solvents, and is lead free. Megaloc definitely delivered another high quality product in this thread sealant.
Date de publication: 2018-12-05
Rated 5 de 5 de par So far, this sealant is doing the trick. I used the sealant on my air compressor hoses, and the h... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] So far, this sealant is doing the trick. I used the sealant on my air compressor hoses, and the hoses seem to be sealed up perfectly. No leaks thus far, and the clean up was pretty easy, too. No odd smell from the product either. Definitely a much better option than attempting to use tape to keep piping sealed up and tight. The product also claims to be safe for drinking water lines and to resist hardening and cracking. I haven't come in contact with either of these yet, but those are definitely nice added features.
Date de publication: 2018-12-11
Rated 1 de 5 de par Don't walk, RUN AWAY!!! Used this stuff on PVC threaded connections for pool and it leaked like a sieve!!!
Date de publication: 2015-05-13
Rated 5 de 5 de par One of the better pipe dopes on the market! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The "Multi-purpose Threat Sealant" by HERCULES is a non-separating, non-toxic (considered to be safe when applied on drinking water lines as it contains no lead or any heavy solvents), non-hazardous and non-odorous high performance sealant designed for use on all plastic/metal pipes and fittings. When I utilized the sealant as a lubricant on home water filter piping threads, to prevent the threads from locking up during the tightening process, the sealant allowed to get the pipe fittings tight enough not to leak. Surprisingly, the sealant wiped off clean from hands with soap and water and didn't leave any residual stain on clothing.
Date de publication: 2021-07-04
Rated 5 de 5 de par Used this when installing my compressed air distribution system for my shop. The system installat... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Used this when installing my compressed air distribution system for my shop. The system installation instructions called for two wraps of Teflon tape and a sealant to protect the threads from galling and provide extra seal for the 150 psi system. This worked well and went farther than I expected. The joints threaded together smoothly and there has been no leakage of pressure for the last week. The joints were stainless steel but the instructions say it is also suitable for iron pipe thread and PVC applications. Easy to use and works.
Date de publication: 2018-12-08
Rated 5 de 5 de par This appears to be an outstanding, universal thread sealant compound. It is rated suitable for wa... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This appears to be an outstanding, universal thread sealant compound. It is rated suitable for water and most other liquids and is rated at 12,000 psi in that context. For gases, it withstands gas pressure up to 2600 psi. It is non-toxic, making it suitable for potable water pipe joints. It can be used on metal or plastic pipes. The compound has a light blue color, is non-hardening and the Kevlar fibers it contains are easily seen in the mix. It is not "sticky" and is easily removed from fingers with a paper towel.
Date de publication: 2018-12-04
Rated 5 de 5 de par sealed air hose connections with ease I used this to connect new fittings to my air compressor, air hose reel, multiple air tools and a separate standalone air hose. I did notice, as did another reviewer, a clear fluid had separated from the main paste in the tube so I capped it, and massaged the tube up and down to get it mixed well. I doubt that really made any difference though and think it would have worked fine if I just drained the fluid first. Then I squeezed the paste out onto the male ends of each fitting like toothpaste. No trouble getting it to stick to the threads, maybe because I put on a little more than probably necessary. Tightened up each connection real good, wiped off the excess, and no leaks so far. Tested my system overnite - left everything pressurized at 100psi from 10pm until 8am the following morning and no noticeable pressure loss on my gauges.
Date de publication: 2016-05-20
Rated 5 de 5 de par I ordered this thread sealant for a small job at the house. I just finished putting in a water h... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I ordered this thread sealant for a small job at the house. I just finished putting in a water heater and had a few connections where I did not want to see any leaks. This sealant proved itself worthy. I was concerned about the thermal cycling affecting the threaded joints so I used this sealant along with some PFTE tape. I was able to air pressure test the system prior to charging with water. No leaks. This stuff has no odor and is easy to clean up. It stays soft so if you have to disassemble, no worries on seized threads. I’m going to use it on iron pipe for compressed air service in my shop this weekend. Great thread sealant, worked excellent! A new must have for my plumbing box.
Date de publication: 2018-12-12
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Can it be used on wet surfaces

Can it be used on wet surfaces
Posée par: Jane
No. The surface should be clean and dry prior to applying the product.
Répondue par: Oatey
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

have a brass fitting in a convertible hydraulic line, used teflon tape, still leaking, can I ap...

have a brass fitting in a convertible hydraulic line, used teflon tape, still leaking, can I apply megaloc to the existing tape
Posée par: Sam
NO YOU SHOULDN'T BUT IT WILL MOST LIKELY WORK
Répondue par: JJJII
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

Sir I have a water pressure tank (40-50gal) which was supplying my house water from a submerged ...

Sir I have a water pressure tank (40-50gal) which was supplying my house water from a submerged pump (~40 PSI) . It turned out that the galvanized elbow at the base outlet corded and broke off when being removed. In order to get the broken threads out I used a saber saw with a metal blade to cut 4 opposing vertical cuts into the pipe threads to get the male pieces of threads out on the female threads. This left 4 thin vertical cuts where there are no threads. My big question is if I use Teflon tape and MEGALOC on the new brass elbows replacement is this a suitable way to make a good leak proof joint? I appreciate you consideration of my request and recommendations. Thanks...
Posée par: Frank
Sir, my experience with Megaloc only involves plastic fittings threads. I have never used it on metal pipes. I am not a plumber. Good luck!
Répondue par: Max
Date de publication: 2023-06-03

Megaloc in a can comes with a brush for application to the pie threads. How does one apply Megalo...

Megaloc in a can comes with a brush for application to the pie threads. How does one apply Megaloc in a tube to pipe threads?
Posée par: Ed
Megaloc is a great product which I use on plastic threads. It stops all leaks. I put a small amount on the tip of my index finger and work it into the threads. Then I wash my hands. You can also apply it directly from the tube to the threads and even it out with your finger tip, and then wash your hands.
Répondue par: Max
Date de publication: 2020-12-22

Is this pumber's putty?

Is this pumber's putty?
Posée par: Selli
No. This is a thread sealant used when joining male and female threaded connections.
Répondue par: Oatey
Date de publication: 2024-03-21

Megaloc versus Teflon tape? Assembling a P-trap, threaded metal to plastic and plastic to plastic. How to decide whether to use Megaloc versus tape on the connections?

Posée par: JayDee
My opinion is use tape for this application.
Répondue par: kjash1
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

This doesn't form a permanent seal does it?...I mean if I use it on my snowblower's oil drain cap, I'll be able to get the cap off for the next oil change...correct?

Posée par: demitch256
Yes you should be able to get the cap off.
Répondue par: Fredc
Date de publication: 2023-05-07

Can I use megaloc multi-purpose thread sealant on PVC that does not have threads? I am creating nets with PVC and I may have bought the wrong glue/sealant for the connections…

Can I use megaloc multi-purpose thread sealant on PVC that does not have threads? I am creating nets with PVC and I may have bought the wrong glue/sealant for the connections…
Posée par: Christie
This product is for threaded connections. It will not bond or seal a non-threaded PVC connection.
Répondue par: Oatey
Date de publication: 2024-03-16
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