Plugs With Bypass For Larger Flows

Definition - What does Plugs With Bypass For Larger Flows mean?

Plugs with bypass for larger flows are used to plug or bypass waste during construction or rehabilitation, for on site pumping operations or to partially restrict flow in pipes. Plugs with high flow bypass are usually intended as a temporary measure to divert or limit the usual flow of product in the pipe.

Trenchlesspedia explains Plugs With Bypass For Larger Flows

Plugs with bypass for larger flows are available for use with a variety of applications and can be used with a wide range of pipe diameters. These plugs can also be put to use in processes designed to test for leaks and are suitable for use with pneumatic or fluid testing applications. To ensure durability, these plugs are usually constructed of strong rubber reinforced with Kevlar, or other materials, and are inflated with an inert gas.

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