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Old 07-24-2012, 11:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok ya know that crap that is on new macro fittings when you buy them? The dried on kind. What the heck is it called I have been searching McMaster to no avail surprisingly searching "crap on macro fittings" does not return anything
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Old 07-25-2012, 12:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It's not something like this

Oatey 31230 Great White Pipe Joint Compound / Pipe Dope #6596688 at HardwareAndTools.com

just applied by a machine?
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That doesn't dry before assembly. You want to look up preapplied thread sealant.

Bradley Group Coatings - 3M Thread Sealant 4291 White

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That doesn't dry before assembly. You want to look up preapplied thread sealant.

Bradley Group Coatings - 3M Thread Sealant 4291 White

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Looking at these specs reminds me of something. Many of the sealants above are rated 150 psi to 750 psi. How do you think Oatey claims 3000 psi sealing for gases? I've always been suspicious of their pipe sealant rating.
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Maybe because it doesn't dry. That stuff stays goopy. I have a tube that's been open for 3 years because I lost the cap. It's still good.
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