You've heard the term "it's a better mousetrap" and the GT Water Products Safe-T-Seal test plug is just that. Test plugs can be dangerous devices, so much so that many have warning tags and extensive instructions that mention "death and bodily injury" if used wrong.
The Safe-T-Seal series solves this problem. A test ball is inflated with air and if over-inflated can explode and can cause "death and bodily injury"... not good. Safe-T-Seal uses a patented pressure release safety valve to expel air from the plug once the optimum pressure is reached, the plug is designed to never over-inflate and explode. Less risk, liability and a longer lasting product due to human error.
If that isn't enough to consider it a better mouse trap how about the more durable waffle body design, the ability to connect a garden hose to it and fill with water if air isn't available, and it covers multiple sizes (the TP34 is 3-4"). Available in sizes that range from 1-1/4" to 24." Learn more >>>
The G.T. Water Products TTMP looks a little different than it's competitors. That's because it's inventor, George Tash (the G.T. in G.T. Water Products) has held an active patent on it since it came to market over a decade ago. What's different? Most of our competitors sell a product that is an inflatable rubber bladder that is screwed into a test tee and pumped up with air. The TTMP uses a two stage mechanical locking mechanism with pads made from goodyear rubber. Within seconds you can install and lock the TTMP... likely long before you have that other type of test ball screwed into place and the extension hose and test pump out and ready to inflate. Some quick stats: Holds 150 ft of maximum back pressure (most of our competition is 30 ft), has a 5 year warranty, the rubber pads are replaceable, you can put a lock on it while in place to secure your test, requires no other items to use it (no pump, no extension hose), available 2" to 10", it's MADE IN THE USA. Oh, the best part? You will pay about the same for this feature packed mechanical test plug as you would for our competitions standard inflatable test plug. You need one (or 10) of these!