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 Post subject: Re: Uniseal
PostPosted: May 17th, '15, 06:39 
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Ive just bought some, compared prices with uniseal Aust and Rob (Bits out the back....facebook) The prices from Rob are cheaper, he has no GST and at moment -15%.

I found him very helpful and willing to share info.
He is also from the other forum

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 Post subject: Re: Uniseal
PostPosted: May 17th, '15, 10:22 
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OD Flange

18mm pipe is 50mm

25mm pipe is 63mm

32mm pipe is 72mm

Have a 90mm down the back I will check later

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PostPosted: May 17th, '15, 13:30 
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Actually I need to know the small flange diameter as well.

Basically what I want to know is how big or rather small can the large pipe be if I am putting a small pipe through an end cap.

That doesn't make sense even to me.

When you are putting one pipe into another with unisels the larger pipe must be twice the size of the smaller pipe or bigger.

What I want to do is have a large pipe closed off with an end cap and then put the uniseal in the end cap.

I guess the smallest the large pipe can be is the OD of the uniseal but depending on the diameter of the smaller flange their might not be enough room due to the thickness of the large pipe wall.

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go facebook and contact Rob as above. He should know the answers. He sells them.

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Stuart, if you se the list I sent you you can work it out on a good day. The seal is on the edge where it compresses when you push the pipe through.

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3 inch uniseal is suited for our 90 mm DW, so you have a diameter of 90 mm looking down the list the next lowest is a 2 inch which requires a 76 mm hole leaving 7 mm all around. I would not hesitate to use it as I believe that is plenty.

On a 2 inch uniseal 1 inch appears to be the largest you would fit in a end cap. Hope this helps a bit

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Hi everyone. I know thread is probably dead but I don't know where else to go. And I apologize if this questions has already been answered somewhere else. But I am looking of r uniseals that are made to be used with European standard pipe sizes and not US pipe dimensions. I ordered a bunch of uniseals and found out that I can't use the 4" and 6" uniseals because pipes in my area have slightly different dimensions, for example the 6" pipe has 160 mm OD which is slightly smaller than that of a 6" schedule 40 pipe (168 mm). Anyone have any idea where I can order some uniseals for these sizes?

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I have a feeling you'll struggle with uniseals that size.

http://www.uniseal.co.nz/

Maybe email those guys and see what they say.

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You can get them but you have to order the right ones.

Uniseal makes seals to suit the metric pipe to the standard metric poly sizes.

For example for HDPE 110 and 160 pipes you need to order the 4"-35 and 6"-35 respectively.

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Guys,

Bumping an old thread.

FYI - here is a link for the Uniseal Slip fittings and their corresponding pipe and saw hole sizes.
You can click on each size for the breakdowns.

URL : https://www.plumbersbest.com.au/collect ... m-to-100mm

Had some questions from people in ordering some.

Thought I would post it here in case if it helps anyone.

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