How to Fix a Leaking Pipe, DIY Pipe Repair; PIPESEAL; Dynesic Technologies

How to Fix a Leaking Pipe, DIY Pipe Repair; PIPESEAL;  Dynesic Technologies

This video shows you how to permanately fix a leaking pipe using PIPESEAL by Dynesic Technologies. PIPESEAL seals leaks in metal pipes including copper. It is widely used in plumbing, HVAC and refrigeration industries. PIPESEAL is an industrial strength product that is easy for anyone to use. PIPESEAL will peminately seal leaks within 5 minutes. Call Dynesic Technologies 972-692-0962 for inquiries…



TheTails63 says:

It will seal that copper pipe good if you just plan on passing farts thru it.

Robert Jokel says:

can you do this repair while water is dripping through a cracked pipe? thank you, Rob

DFDalton1962 says:

Since the epoxy does appear to have a good viscosity to it prior to curing, what prevents it from partially filling the inside of the pipe when pressed onto the hole, thus partially obstructing water flow through the pipe? Are there chemicals in the epoxy that can leach into the water? How permanent is the fix, especially on hot water pipes that may expand and contract more than cold water pipes?

I don't know – seems like there are several better options, especially since it appears the pipe must be drained and dry to properly apply it.

Terry Stringer says:

It looks messy!

Romppai's Outdoors says:

why would we go to the expense of your product, when a split can be crimped together and if PSI is under 100psi just solider it, for pressers over that to the max psi of the pipe, a dab of brass repairs in seconds, with out the worry your products going to do the same thing every other patch product has done?

Sleekcartim .sleekcartim says:

nah just use rescue tape that shit is da bomb

Scott Phillips says:

Robert B.,
Thank you for your concerns. If I may, I would like to inform you that our company sent a repaired PIPESEAL copper pipe for testing at a lab that pressured the pipe to 3,500 psi. The end cap flew off at this pressure and the PIPESEAL was still intact, protecting the pipe. This is a unique, novolac, industrial strength product that you have never seen the likes of, so it might be difficult for you to fathom. The truth is, it works like a champ.

Warmest Regards,
The Dynesic Technology Emergency Response Team (DTERT)

Kevin wood says:

would be much better showing the product being used while water leaking out not on a dry pipe

omason phillips says:

This product is a permanent fix and withstands 3000 PSI pressures.  Check out Ken's video   – He is an unbiased DIY YouTube host that tests the value of DIY products.  He proves that PIPESEAL does what it's designed to do.

Pine Meadows Hobby Farm A Modern Homestead says:

I have a tiny leak in my HVAC line set. Not much pressure involved here because the hole is so tiny. Where can I get this product and do I need EPA certification to apply it to my HVAC lineset copper tubing?

Handyjack says:

Turns brittle and flakes off after a couple of years. Then… flood.

omason phillips says:

This is a permanent repair that can handle extreme psi levels once cured.  It has been tested and holds tight under 3,000 psi pressures.  PIPESEAL is perfect for metal repairs, because it cures quickly with a heat gun or hair dryer, and the heat conducted through the metal helps it cure.   

Dee Walker says:

will this work on pipes under pressure around 30 psi such as my cracked steel pipes that connect the radiators in my house? Is this repair permanent?

omason phillips says:

Ztarrfect- We don't have a distributor in Europe yet, but we can get it to you no problem.  We are working toward finding a distributor and would welcome your suggestions.  In the mean time, email me at and we can discuss further…

ztarrfect says:

where can I buy it in Europe ?

omason phillips says:

True works on metals, but the company has other products for PVC. You can order it online and the website is in the video, or if there is a problem call Dynesic Technologies at 972-692-0962…

Janett Perez says:

how much is it and where can I buy it?

Morris Crow says:

anyone try this stuff, is it any good?

Johnny Luevanos says:

no, just metals

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