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GTDGTD Member Posts: 30
What is the best pipe sealant for n.g black pipe. Thanks tom


  • LPGasmanLPGasman Member Posts: 17
    edited March 2014
    I like this stuff

    Made by Gasoila

  • heatpro02920heatpro02920 Member Posts: 991
    Tru Blu

    I use for everything but oil lines/tanks/ect and LP, I like leak lock for LP and refrigerant {if needed}.....

    Tru blu is easy to use and stays good in a lot of temps, natural gas and water... they say oil too but I havent had great luck with it and oil...
  • MikeLMikeL Member Posts: 136
    inventory control

    We use teflon tape, and Hercules Megalock for all threaded connections.... ........
  • icesailoricesailor Member Posts: 7,265
    Teflon Tape &:

    So do I.

    I ALWAYS use Teflon tape, no matter what. And I've used a lot of MegLoc.  I stopped using it not because it didn't work, but because the liquid always came out first, no matter how much or how often I stirred the can. It would get hard and I never found any product to dilute it with. Then, the brushes would break off in the can. I tried contacting them but they never responded. So, for water pipes and plastic threads I use Rectorseal #100 with Virgin Teflon. Sounds erotic. On gas or oil, I use tape and Rectorseal #5 Gasoila or Blue-Mol. If you get it on your clothes, it never comes off. I used to see a guy around that used a lot of #5. It was all over his clothes. He must have always worn the same work clothes because although they appeared clean, he was almost yellow from the #5 stuck to his shirt and pants. And if you have the cap lose and you put the can in your tool tray and it tips over, it runs all over your tools and you can't get it off. Even PVC cleaner won't take it off. That's nasty
  • Charlie from wmassCharlie from wmass Member Posts: 3,833
    Pro dope

    it is simple and works well for NG iron pipe
    Cost is what you spend , value is what you get.

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  • 4Johnpipe4Johnpipe Member Posts: 474
    Thread Sealant

    Perma product I have come across...
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