CLEANUP COST vs RUPTURE SEAL
|Rupture Seal||Compound & Puddy||Pipe Plugs & Screws||Urethane or Foam||Sealing Tapes||Wood Plugs & Wedges|
|Deployment speed less than 20 seconds|
|Deployment speed less than 1 minute|
|Mechanical seal to any ruptured surface|
|Full fuel & chemical compatibility||LIMITED||LIMITED||WATER ONLY|
|Temperature range from -50ºC to 50ºC|
|No tools required|
|Deployed unit removal less than 30 seconds|
|No personal or environmental limitations|
Fastest deployment speed
Rupture Seal can be deployed in less than 20 seconds. Far faster (and cleaner) than competing products like wooden bungs or screw plugs. In the event of a leak or spill, response time is crucial to reduce environmental impact and cost of cleanup.
1% of all trucking fleets will have a spill this year.
Average saddletank puncture results in 400L spill, costing$15,000.
Lowest removal cost
Often overlooked, after a spill is cleaned up the site of the leak needs to be cleaned up and addressed. Rupture Seal simply needs to be cut away and discarded. Competing products such as urethane objects and puddies need to be chiselled away and others require tools (and valuable time) to recover.
When factoring in time of deployment, chemical and fuel compatibility and versatility when it comes to fast on-site solutions requiring little to no training. Rupture Seal clearly is the best in class for plugging leaks.