Blank Inflatable Pipe Stoppers

Blank Inflatable Pipe Stoppers

Blank inflatable pipe and sewer stoppers are essential for sewer, drain and pipeline works. A sewer or drain stopper can also be referred to as a drain bag, bung or plug.

Features

  • Designed to stop the flow of water.
  • The inflatable pipes can also be used as a rear seal when carrying out air testing on pipes.
  • Available for 100-1,800mm diameter pipes.
  • Various inflation pressure.
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A SAVA sewer/drain stopper or drain bag could quite literally fill the hole in your tool kit. The range offers many features and benefits, inlcuding:

  • Stops flows in pipes, drains and sewers.
  • Stoppers can be inflated by hand pump, compressor or compressed air cylinder.
  • Stoppers available for ovoid pipes, drains and sewers.
  • A variety of sizes available to hire.

Inflation equipment is also available for hire.

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Blank Inflatable Pipe Stoppers
Description:

Blank inflatable pipe and sewer stoppers are essential for sewer, drain and pipeline works. A sewer or drain stopper can also be referred to as a drain bag, bung or plug.

Features

  • Designed to stop the flow of water.
  • The inflatable pipes can also be used as a rear seal when carrying out air testing on pipes.
  • Available for 100-1,800mm diameter pipes.
  • Various inflation pressure.
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A SAVA sewer/drain stopper or drain bag could quite literally fill the hole in your tool kit. The range offers many features and benefits, inlcuding:

  • Stops flows in pipes, drains and sewers.
  • Stoppers can be inflated by hand pump, compressor or compressed air cylinder.
  • Stoppers available for ovoid pipes, drains and sewers.
  • A variety of sizes available to hire.

Inflation equipment is also available for hire.

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