Can anyone give me directions to or suggest a sealant that will bond, cure and seal in a very wet enviroment. We have a cooling tower cell, no way to isolate, that has a leak that we need to seal due to the amount of make-up water we are using. This will only be a temporary fix until we can get a shut down opportunity. There will be water under a very small amount of pressure present. I've tried an epoxy type sealant but I think the cure time is to long. It stopped the water for a little while (as long as I held pressure on it) but let go again. If anyone can direct me to some form of selant I would appreciate it.
Roy Gariepy Maintenance and Reliability Dept. Bayer Corporation Dorlastan Fibers Div. Goose Creek, South Carolina USA
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