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RectorSeal EP-200 2 oz. Epoxy Putty Stick


EP-200 2 oz. Epoxy Putty Stick

  • Great for a variety of household plumbing repairs
  • Quick formula cures in 15-30 minutes
  • Heat tolerant up to 500 degrees F
$3.81 /each

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Product Overview

Use RectorSeal EP-200 2 oz. Epoxy Putty Stick to help complete your household plumbing repairs. This easy-to-mix putty cures in just 15 to 30 minutes and resists temperatures up to 500 Degree .

  • Bonds to most household surfaces
  • Easy to mix quickly
  • Convenient epoxy putty can be can be sanded, drilled, painted, tapped or machined
  • Cures in just 15 to 30 minutes for rapid results
  • Pressure-tested up to 1,200 psi
  • Resists temperatures up to 500 Degree




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Customer Questions & Answers

It is already one hour past,but epoxy putty not sets hard.What ii wrong??

It is already one hour past,but epoxy putty not sets hard.What ii wrong??
Asked by: Mark
I agree your mixing went wrong. You really have to knead this stuff for a good long time. When it is pliable enough it should be like warm clay.
Answered by: Joe
Date published: 2017-04-05

what color is it?

Asked by: Cher
Dark Gray
Answered by: BrokeTheSeal
Date published: 2016-12-14

Will it stop a small leak on an old pic pipe connection?

Asked by: Jennifer
Yes, I have had very good luck with this product. Just make sure surfaces are clean and will not flex. Must be rigid; I braced piping before fixing 3 years ago and still no problems
Answered by: Easydoesit
Date published: 2017-01-09

Is this recommended for potable, hot water copper pipeline ?

Is this recommended for potable, hot water copper pipeline ?
Asked by: solderalternative
I would not use this product to repair a hot water line, make the proper repair with copper fittings. Mike
Answered by: MikeHDOC
Date published: 2016-12-26
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Customer Reviews

EP-200 2 oz. Epoxy Putty Stick is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used this to seal a 1/4" crack in the treads of a PVC pipe entering a steel 90. Specifically used... Used this to seal a 1/4" crack in the treads of a PVC pipe entering a steel 90. Specifically used this to substitute the putty that comes with the Fernco 3 in. x 132 in. Wrap to Repair from 1-3/4 in. to 3 in. Diameter Pipe. The leak stopped immediately and left to cure over night. Note there was little to no pressure in the pipe at time of application.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from How to use this stuff Had a small leak in the washer drain pipe in an elbow going towards the sewer pipe. Location is a very small corner, next to the 220 volt wire and another water pipe. It would be a big job to replace the pipe, so John the plumber at Home Depot came to the rescue. Told him my problem, his first words were Epoxy Putty. After learning the hard way (step #1 = throw the directions away, I know how to do this!), I spent 20 minutes reading reviews and how-to's on the 'net. Best of what I read, if possible: ** Prepare an area one inch around the leak, ** make sure the surface is clean of dirt, grease, etc. ** clean it well and then clean it with rubbing alcohol ** let it dry good and wipe it several times with a dry towel ** sand the area with sand paper and or a wire brush ** clean it again as above ** cut off a one inch piece of the putty ** if you can, use a stop watch so you can stay on the curing schedule = 1-3 minutes to mix and spread on the area **some say more time, but better to be safe ** The putty has two parts, dark and medium gray, you want to mix it until it is all light to medium gray ** Mix means kneading it with your fingers by squeezing and rolling in a ball, then rolling it into a longish stick the size of a cigarette, rolling that a few times and then roll it into a ball. ** do this for about a minute – ball, stick, ball, stick and you should have a good “mix” ** Next apply it to the leak area – about ¼” to ½” thick, one inch surrounding the leak area. ** press it into the crevices and if you cleaned well, it will stick easily ** don’t mess with it too long, then go clean up. ** I did a one inch chunk first and cleaned up ** Then decided to use the whole $3.19 tube all around the 2” pipe – what the hay ! ** three more 1” chunks as per above and I had two palms that were solid putty ** tried dish soap and a green scratchy cleaning pad – no luck ** the water and soap made the putty malleable – so I used a dull knife to scrape it off and into the trash can / not to clog the drain with stuff that will never dissolve or float away. ** I want to let it fully cure overnight before I test it and will report back ** Hope it works cause I have a new washer + dryer to be installed tomorrow ! ** best to you, T in Carolina
Date published: 2015-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong under pressure. Note: Reviews stating this does not work are misleading with the lack of information provided. This product will not work unless you COMPLETELY mix the two parts until you get a evenly blended color WITHOUT any spots of black or light grey. But don’t take too long mixing it because this stuff will start to warm up and harden. This product will also not work very well if you are trying to spread it paper-thin and expect any lateral strength out of it. As for my review: I have a reverse osmosis filtration system and unfortunately, my house does not have a pressure regulator before the water comes into the house. I tested the pressure and it’s a whopping 160psi. Several months ago I found a very small leak in the first stage filter housing, which is clear plastic. I thoroughly mixed the EP-200 and placed a liberal amount along the entire bottom of the inside of the housing. Because of the pressure involved, I let the epoxy set up for two hours before turning on the water. It’s been two months now and it’s still holding back water. I chose the EP-200 because it is NSF certified and it can handle the pressure. In general, no handy man should be without this stuff because there is almost no limit to its use.
Date published: 2013-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as advertised I had a trim nail go through my hot water 1/2" feed to our guest bath. I have a friend who soldered the hole shut then i wrapped this around. 1) prep area, clean, debur and sand 2) mix putty well until it begins to warm 3) roll into thin line and wrap, then flatten it onto pipe
Date published: 2016-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far it holds the pinhole on the copper drain pipe. I cleaned and sanded the area and put a big... So far it holds the pinhole on the copper drain pipe. I cleaned and sanded the area and put a big piece on it.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EP-200 Epoxy Putty - My Saving Grace EP-200 Epoxy Putty - My Saving Grace This was a very difficult repair of a stubborn ¾” PVC leak on the cold water line into a 90-degree elbow. Limited repair access allowed my left arm in about 18 inches. All of the prep (sanding and cleaning with alcohol) and molding the EP-200 Epoxy Putty around the pipe joint was done with my non-dominant arm, my left eye, and a small flashlight. Not the best of conditions however after a week of looking at the repair with a flashlight I found absolutely no moisture around the PVC pipe joint or on the floor below it. I had placed a paper towel below the repair as a monitoring system and it never showed the presence of a leak. Overall, I am very pleased with this product and am keeping the balance of the material in a double sealed container to prevent premature hardening before I need it again, and I am sure I will, as this was not my first time with a leak of this type. This EP-200 Epoxy Putty is truly My Saving Grace.
Date published: 2014-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Fixed a nail hole size on an 1/2 in. copper pipe. -Dry the pipe before apply the putty. Turn off the main water valve, drain water from the pipe. -Clean, sand, clean, also clean the surrounding area if needed. -I used about an inch of the putty, mixed well until feel the heat from the mix (about 1 minute). -Pinch a small mixed putty to fill the nail hole, then use the rest to cover around the pipe like a ring for stronger support (see images). Press the putty firmly against the pipe. -wait about 1 hr before turn water back on
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sharkbite worked better Epoxy didn't work for me on my pin hole leak on 1in supply line to the house- cleaned the pipe with 220 grit and alcohol, drained all the water, mixed the putty (disposable gloves help) put a healthy ring around the pipe, and let it set up for an hour. Was rock hard, and didn't leak when I turned the water back on. Leaked over night though. Sharkbite worked perfectly, and I would do this first next time. The sharkbite only allows 2in of pipe to be removed, which is hard to do when replacing an epoxy patch- for this reason I would skip the epoxy next time and go straight to the $20 sharkbite.
Date published: 2016-06-21
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