Yes, under both lab and field testing it’s noted that Pipepoxy works its way through the pipe and bonds both the inside and exterior of the pipe with its non-sagging capabilities.

Yes, it can be used in both pressure and suction type of pipes.

Yes. It might be necessary to go in at two different entry points, however you can achieve a full coating on a “t” type fitting.

Pipepoxy can repair copper, galvanized, poly, PVC, and flex pipe.

Pipepoxy is able to brush coat 1.5 inch through 2.5 inch pipe and able to squeegee coat 1 inch diameter plumbing.

Many years. In field and lab testing, it’s determined that Pipepoxy is a harder and more durable material than the pipe it’s repairing itself.

A simple pressure test with air is done when a Pipepoxy repair is done to confirm the leak is repaired.
From a drip, to a pinhole, to a complete separation.
No. As long as Pipepoxy is installed properly, there is no damage to the equipment or the pool itself.
If it’s done improperly, yes.  If it’s installed properly, Pipepoxy will coat evenly and there should be no further problems.
Yes. If after a pipe is completely repaired and leaks down the road, it can be repaired with the Pipepoxy System again.

No. Being both tested in the lab and in the field, the material remains more durable than the piping materials itself.

Yes. The installer can do either a spot repair or coat the entire pipe.

Yes, after the leak is precisely located, the installer will know the best entry and exit points and can repair multiple outlets off one trunk line.

No. Pipepoxy is not made for high heat applications as in heaters themselves.

Before a PipePoxy repair is done, a pipe is isolated from any valves and will therefore do no damage to them.

Pipepoxy can be used on PVC flex pipes and poly tubing.