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Testimonials on usage of the Rupture Seal
We were called to a tractor trailer crash on July 2, 2014 where we discovered that a saddle tank was still leaking. We used the RuptureSeal™ to bring the leak to a small drip. I believe this is a tool that every towing and trucking company should have on hand to prevent or limit a spill when possible. The cost to clean up this spill was $42,000 - if the RuptureSeal™ would have been used earlier, the cost would have been much less!
Bill Pearl, Operations Manager, S&V Delta Towing Cambridge, Ontario
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Breach, boat leak, chemical tank, fuel rupture, hull gash, pipe repairs and more

Step 1

Approach the rupture from the side, outside the path of the flow of liquid. Flip the pin so it is parallel with the nylon tie.
Quick and easy seal

Step 2

Insert the pin into the rupture. Once the pin is in the rupture, quickly let go and drive the plug into the rupture, holding it in place to stop the flow of liquid.
Stop leaks

Step 3

As you push the plug into the rupture, GENTLY pull on the handle. When the handle is fully extended and the clicking stops, the RuptureSeal™ is deployed.

Contact Info

39 Belmont St - Unit 7

Charlottetown
Prince Edward Island
Canada C1A 5G9

PHONE 1-902-370-3388
FAX 1-902-370-3389