Tech-Bond “How to” Videos
The above video gives visual proof of the Bonding Poly Process (patent pending) using Teflon®, metal, rubber and wood. You’ll see that the Bonding Poly Process bonds, not glues, polymer to polymer and polymers to any other substrate. Impossible you say. Watch the video.
We have another solution that also does the impossible. If you have a hole or crack in a pipe or container of any substrate (except glass or stainless steel), a Tech-Patch will permanently solve that problem. Again video proof is given in the videos below.
Tank Repair using Tech-patches
It has been virtually impossible to repair tanks … until now. Thin walls, weather and the substance being stored have defeated all efforts of making lasting repairs. Properly applied, Tech-patches are resistant to oil, gas, all hydrocarbons, water, most common chemicals, thermal cycling and weather. Tech-patches are quick and easy to apply to any surface, metal, plastic, wood, etc. Most importantly, Tech-patches, again properly applied, are permanent.
We recognize that you will be skeptical and offer two assurances. First is the videos below and secondly, our money back guarantee if you’re not one hundred percent satisfied with your repair … at any time.
Repairing a hole in a plastic tank.
Repairing a crack in a Plastic tank.
Repairing a hole in a metal tank.
Repair a crack in a metal tank.
With all repairs, make sure you use enough SI adhesive and press the patch on firmly.
Gas tank repair
Pin hole leads in a metal gas tank.
Pin Hole leaks in a plastic gas tank.
Videos showing the repair/bonding of poly-plastics, co-polymers and polymers.
Bumper Cover Repair videos.
Rigid bumper cover repair.
Repairing a bumper cover can be accomplished quickly easily and permanently. Instead of using the sports tape shown on this video, we will soon be adding our Tech-patches™ to reinforce any repair. Tech-patches™ are the answer to the need for a universal patch that will.
In addition to what is shown in the video, you need to add one more step to the repair process of rigid (polypropylene) bumper covers. When rigid bumper covers are torn or punctured, these poly’s stretch. For an efficient repair, it is helpful to take a dremel tool to shave off the excess poly. Use a dremel tool to take thin slices off the torn edges until the two pieces fit snugly. Once there is a surface by surface fit, continue with the Bonding Poly Process (patent pending).
Flexible bumper cover repair
Patches are usually not needed for flexible bumper cover repairs.
Repairing a torn hole in a bumper cover
When repairing a torn hole, a Tech-patch can added needed strength.