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Why does BRS recommend this?


Uniseals are one of the secrets in life you wish you knew about years ago.  By conforming to round surfaces they allow you to plumb directly into 5 gallon buckets, brute trash cans, or any round surface.  They accept standard Sch. 40 or Sch. 80 PVC and allow DIY projects that once may have been very costly to complete much more affordable.


Uniseals are used to attach pipe to just about any container in situation where bulkheads will not work. The most common use is on curved surfaces such as storage drums, buckets or even other pipe.


Uniseal Specs:


½” Uniseal



  • Fits our Schedule 80 ½” pipe

  • Pipe ID – ½"

  • Hole saw size: 1 ¼” or 31.7mm (32mm)


 


¾” Uniseal



  • Fits our schedule 80 ¾” pipe

  • Pipe ID – ¾”

  • Holesaw size: 1 ¼” or 31.7mm (32mm)


 


1” Uniseal



  • Fits our schedule 80 1" pipe

  • Pipe ID - 1"

  • Holesaw size: 1 ¾” or 44mm


 


1¼” Uniseal



  • Fits our schedule 80 1¼” pipe

  • Pipe ID - 1¼”

  • Hole saw size: 2” or 50.8mm


 


1½” Uniseal



  • Fits our schedule 80 1½” pipe

  • Pipe ID - 1 ½”

  • Hole saw size: 2½” or 64mm


 


2” Uniseal



  • Fits our schedule 80 2" pipe

  • Pipe ID - 2"

  • Holesaw size: 3" or 76mm


 


3” Uniseal



  • Pipe ID - 3"

  • Holesaw size: 4" or 102mm


 


4” Uniseal



  • Pipe ID - 4"

  • Holesaw size: 5" or 127mm


 


6” Uniseal



  • Pipe ID - 6"

  • Holesaw size: 7" or 177.8mm

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  • Quick Overview

Why does BRS recommend this?

Uniseals are one of the secrets in life you wish you knew about years ago.  By conforming to round surfaces they allow you to plumb directly into 5 gallon buckets, brute trash cans, or any round surface.  They accept standard Sch. 40 or Sch. 80 PVC and allow DIY projects that once may have been very costly to complete much more affordable.

Uniseals are used to attach pipe to just about any container in situation where bulkheads will not work. The most common use is on curved surfaces such as storage drums, buckets or even other pipe.

Uniseal Specs:

½” Uniseal

  • Fits our Schedule 80 ½” pipe
  • Pipe ID – ½"
  • Hole saw size: 1 ¼” or 31.7mm (32mm)

 

¾” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 ¾” pipe
  • Pipe ID – ¾”
  • Holesaw size: 1 ¼” or 31.7mm (32mm)

 

1” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 1" pipe
  • Pipe ID - 1"
  • Holesaw size: 1 ¾” or 44mm

 

1¼” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 1¼” pipe
  • Pipe ID - 1¼”
  • Hole saw size: 2” or 50.8mm

 

1½” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 1½” pipe
  • Pipe ID - 1 ½”
  • Hole saw size: 2½” or 64mm

 

2” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 2" pipe
  • Pipe ID - 2"
  • Holesaw size: 3" or 76mm

 

3” Uniseal

  • Pipe ID - 3"
  • Holesaw size: 4" or 102mm

 

4” Uniseal

  • Pipe ID - 4"
  • Holesaw size: 5" or 127mm

 

6” Uniseal

  • Pipe ID - 6"
  • Holesaw size: 7" or 177.8mm
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Product Questions

Will it work with tubings?
Question by: Paul on Feb 27, 2014 3:28:00 PM
Hi Paul,
The uniseals are made to work with pipe. The diameter of the pipe pushes out and is what seals against the walls of the uniseal. A flexible tube would most likely leak.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Feb 27, 2014 3:28:00 PM
If the OD of a 3/4" pvc is slightly over 1", you still use a 3/4" uniseal? I shouldn't bump up to a 1"?? Thanks for any info.
Question by: brian matthews on Jul 27, 2016 7:41:00 AM
Hi there,
When it comes to PVC the best thing to do is take your tape measure and throw it away. PVC is nominal sizing and just because it says its ¾” you most likely will not find an exact ¾” dimension anywhere on the pipe. If your PVC is ¾” you will want to use a ¾” Uniseal, along with all other fittings and valves.
Answer by: Charlie (Admin) on Jul 27, 2016 8:45:00 AM
How thick can the wall material be? Can it be used on two walls like attaching an external overflow (similar to a ghost overflow)?
Question by: Aharon on Feb 10, 2016 9:26:00 AM
Great question!
We do not recommend using a uniseal on anything wider than 1/4-5/16". Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Feb 10, 2016 12:23:00 PM
Are the prices listed, per uniseal? Or do these come in a package? If so, how many?
Question by: Larry C on Aug 16, 2016 3:02:00 PM
Great question! The price is per each individual uniseal. :-) Thanks!
Answer by: Randy (Admin) on Aug 16, 2016 6:14:00 PM
Will they work with schedule 40 pipe?
If so, what diameter pipe for a 1 inch uniseal
Question by: chris on Aug 3, 2014 9:03:00 AM
Hi Chris,
Yes. All plumbing is sized with nominal plumbing sizes which takes into account the correct size fittings for the pipe regardless of whether they are sch40, 80, etc. For a 1" pipe you would want a 1" uniseal.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Aug 3, 2014 9:03:00 AM
I am planning to use uniseals for my ATO, mixing, and water change tanks. What can I use for lubrication on the pipe that won't contaminate the water?
Question by: David on Aug 13, 2014 5:32:00 AM
Hi David,

In the past I have actually just used water or saliva but many people recommend things like silicone o-ring lubricant, non-ammonia windex and vegetable oil. Just give the container a good rinse after everything is installed and you should be good to go!
http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/dow-111-o-ring-lubricant-1.html

Hope this helps!
Have a great day :)
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Aug 13, 2014 5:32:00 AM
Can a uni seal be reused? i need to pull the pipe out and install a longer one.
Thanks.
Jack
Destin, Fl.
Question by: Jack on Mar 17, 2014 11:42:00 AM
Hi Jack,
That is just fine. Just be careful removing it to not rip or tear on the uniseal and you will be just fine.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Mar 17, 2014 11:42:00 AM

Full Details

Uniseal Installation Instructions

  • Cut hole to the hole saw size indicated for the Uniseal below.
  • Ensure that the hole is clean with no sharp edges. Irregularities can cause a poor seal and leaks.
  • Insert the Uniseal into the hole with the wide flange on the outside of the container.
  • Ensure the pipe end that will be inserted is clean of burs or sharp points. File the edges if needed.
  • Insert the pipe into the Uniseal. You can lubricate the pipe end with Windex. Most of it will be squeezed off during installation but be sure to wash thoroughly before turning on your system.

½” Uniseal

  • Fits our Schedule 80 ½” pipe
  • Pipe ID – ½"
  • Pipe OD - .840"
  • Hole saw size: 1 ¼” or 31.7mm (32mm)

¾” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 ¾” pipe
  • Pipe ID – ¾”
  • Pipe OD - 1.050"
  • Holesaw size: 1 ¼” or 31.7mm (32mm)

1” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 1" pipe
  • Pipe ID - 1"
  • Pipe OD - 1.315"
  • Holesaw size: 1 ¾” or 44mm

1¼” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 1¼” pipe
  • Pipe ID - 1¼”
  • Pipe OD - 1.66" or 42mm
  • Hole saw size: 2” or 50.8mm

1½” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 1½” pipe
  • Pipe ID - 1 ½”
  • Pipe OD - 1.9" or 48mm
  • Hole saw size: 2½” or 64mm

2” Uniseal

  • Fits our schedule 80 2" pipe
  • Pipe ID - 2"
  • Pipe OD - 2.375" or 60mm
  • Holesaw size: 3" or 76mm

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  • 3/4 uniseal By joe on 7/10/2016

    This the second time I built a rodi system with brute Rubbermaid cans and the uniseal work perfect no leak.
  • great By Zack on 3/7/2016

    these are awesome. Without a doubt a great thing to keep handy.
  • Leak Free By Chris on 3/5/2016

    Works well with no leaks but it was a pain to get the pipe installed.
  • Makes nasty drill wholes look professional By Nicole on 12/4/2015

    Used this to cover up the nasty whole in the lid for my ATO container. Now it looks like it came with the container.
  • works great By orry on 7/28/2015

    I have used these in methane production, aquaponics and solar heating they work very well
  • AWESOME PRODUCT By JOE on 4/30/2015

    I USE THE 3/4 UNISEAL ON MY 35 GALLON RUBBERMAID DI STORAGE BARREL FOR DRAW OFF WATER WITH 3/4 PVC PUIPE AND BALL VALVE. IT HAS BEEN IN USE FOR ONE YEAR AND NOT ONE SINGLE ISSUE OR LEAK.
  • Best product for barrel systems By Greg on 9/17/2014

    uniseals are great, i picked up 8 of them to plumb a 3 barrel sump system and they work great, easy pressure fit, water tight, very durable, and pretty cheap! You can find them for less money, but BRS ships fast and is convenient.
  • hole size must be exact By David on 9/15/2014

    used spade bit on a 20g brute but hole was a hair too big, knew as soon as I put uniseal in that it would never hold and it didn't. Might try with another style bit sometime.
  • good By James on 3/14/2014

    fast shipping, dosent leak, what more can you ask for. Thanks!!
  • Works Great for 200G Saltwater Mixing Station By Kyevey on 3/5/2014

    I bought 4 of the 1" Uniseal.

    Had no issue with the installation. Seal fit snug prior to inserting the PVC. Once the 1" PVC was added it was a perfect seal, no leaks...

    I've been using with high power Iwaki pump which creates a bit of vibration with the PVC and the Uniseals absorbs the vibrations much better than any Bulkhead could!

    Great Product!
  • GOOD By JWEPPEL on 2/26/2014

    BOUGHT THE 1", BE CAREFUL WHEN CUTTING HOLES. DID IT TO ROUGHNECK GARBAGE CONTAINER FOR SALTWATER MIXING STATION,AND STARTING OUT ON 2 OF 3 HOLES DIDNT QUITE CUT A CLEAN,ROUND, NO BURR HOLE. AND SOME LEAKED. WENT BACK AND PUT SILICONE ON THEM NOW FINE.
  • works as should By gavin on 2/18/2014

    i bought a the hole saw to make a water station for my tank. The seal was allittle loose but holds water good