LeakMate a Tool for all trades

LeakMate a Tool for all trades

  LeakMate a Tool for all trades Carpet fitters. When they fit new carpets sometimes nail floorboards down as a favour to the customer and hit a pipe. Electricians. Move pipes to get there wires in and crack soldered fittings, when they are putting up light fittings they drill into pipes in walls. Plasterers. Construct studded walls Put plaster boards up and knock nails in. Decorators. Take radiators off to paint walls and when they put them back crack soldered fittings. Builders. Doing alterations, putting in studded walls, nail & screw into pipes. Kitchen fitters. When they take out old units find leaks in old pipe work. Plumbers. Sometimes leave flux on the pipe this eats through the pipe. Caravan & Cannel boat heating systems, any boats that have fuel leaks, garden hoses, Oil pipes outside tanks; oil is very expensive, Compressed air pipes. Clamp tested to 20bar = 280psi Rodents chew through lagging to make nests expose pipe you only find out when it freezes rodents chew into plastic pipe. When it freezes plumbers are always busy and you can’t always get one, Christmas and bank holidays you can keep your central heating working until you get a plumber and you don’t have to pay expensive call out charges. DIY Anybody that dose any work on a property can knock a nail or screw into an existing...

Water Leaks Cause Serious Hidden Problems

  Water leaks are quite often the route cause to more serious cosmetic or & structural problems and also with the obvious health risks associated with living or working in a damp property. Some of the potential problems your hidden water leak could lead to include: Water leaking in your property means your water bill is rising faster than you would like – hurting your bank balance Central heating system leaks could leave you and your family with no heating – in the dead of winter Central heating systems that are being refilled constantly suffer from oxidization – rusting your radiators & pipes from the inside out! Water mains supply leaks can quickly cause subsidence of land including footpaths, driveways, gardens – or your house! Internal water leaks from pipes, tanks, under floor heating & central heating systems cause an untold amount of damage to your home including damage to walls and floors – costing hundreds to rectify! You family and you become at risk of a multitude of health problems affected by damp including asthma – children and the elderly are most at risk. Your property becomes a comfortable home for many insects, bugs & mites who thrive in damp & dark conditions – under your floors and in your walls. What may seem like a small problem, a simple water leak, can rapidly become a huge problem with extremely costly consequences. Fungal Growth If you have water leaks in your attic, behind walls or under floors this can use the growth and spread of various types of fungus, which in turn can cause health problems. Structural Ongoing water...

LeakMate allows pipes to stay in use

  LeakMate no technical ability is required to fit it LeakMate allows pipe to stay in use LeakMate will fit 10mm, 15mm, and 22mm LeakMate will work on soldered fittings elbows, tee’s, straight connectors LeakMate works on copper, plastic or lead LeakMate tested to 20 bar = 280psi LeakMate also seals oil and compressed air leaks LeakMate is adjusted manually until the leak stops LeakMate requires no additional tools to fit LeakMate can be left in place for days LeakMate is adjusted manually until the Leak Stops, other than an occasional check it can be left in position for a prolonged period. The seal will not deteriorate with additional use as the tool is adjusted manually each...
Stop a Leak on Outdoor Pipes

Stop a Leak on Outdoor Pipes

Sprung a leak in the mains pipe that fills the horse trough what a pain and plumber can’t come until next week ( unless I pay the earth) so found this gadget called “LeakMate” and had it fixed in 5 minutes !!!! Bloody brilliant might not even bother having the pipe changed now .I’m going to get another one just in it happens again in the winter. Dennis Elavia £24.99BUY...
Accidentally Drilled into a Central Heating Pipe?

Accidentally Drilled into a Central Heating Pipe?

This is why every house should have a leakmate tool, as you never know when you will need one. My accountant had a blind fitted last night. The fitter accidentally drilled into a central heating pipe 10 mm plastic as the photo shows and luckily the accountant had a leakmate tool at hand which I gave him during prototyping. He fitted it and stopped the leak and got the heating back on instantly. The time of night and the hidden pipe were not convenient but at least peace of mind that the leak is temporary repaired with no skill required. £24.99BUY...