Polywater PowerPatch Transformer Leak Sealant Repair Kit

Polywater PowerPatch Transformer Leak Sealant Repair Kit

Brand: Polywater
Product Details
Sealant, transformer leak repair, PowerPatch, cartridge kit, Polywater

PowerPatch® Leak Repair Kit

Part No:  EPCT-KIT1   +   TOOL-50-11 (Sold separately)

The PowerPatch® Sealant is provided in a kit containing the surface preparation and patching materials necessary to repair oil leaks
in transformers, SF6 Gas, lead-sheathed cables, potheads and other oil-filled electrical equipment. 

  • Quick plugging action - A fast-cure putty that stops oil seepage
  • Permanent seal - A 2-part paste overcoat forms a permanent seal
  • Durable - Finished seal is impervious to water, oil and weather
  • Fast - System can plug and seal active leaks in minutes
  • Powerpatch saves money - Faster than welding. Transformer may stay in service
  • Simple - Eliminates “bagging” or removal from field and unexpected outages
  • Convenient - Kit contains all materials needed to fix leak while in the field
  • TOOL-50-11 must be purchased separately to dispense the PowerPatch® sealant

Use the PowerPatch® System's putty stick to block oil and SF6 leaks. Then make a permanent patch with the fast cure, 2-part paste overcoat. Ensure optimal mix and performance with pre-measured packaging.  It is non-conductive and has a dielectric strength of 43KV (ASTM D149).

Power patch seals punctures or cracks in hard to reach areas. Fixes leaks fast. At 70°F, the putty and sealant harden in about 10 minutes. Repairs made at temperatures as low as 40°F, have a somewhat slower cure.* The finished patch is resistant to transformer oil and sulfur hexaflouride gas (SF6), and has held oil pressures in excess of 100 psi.*Slower cure version available for larger leaks and repair areas.
Preparation is important, and the power patch kit approach provides everything needed to do the job, although in instances of excessive oil leakage or dirt accumulation, separate scrubbing rags such as Grime-Away™ Cleaning Wipes are helpful.

For more information, visit http://www.polywater.com/powerpatch.asp

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