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    Drain seal

    December 1, 2011

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    This transparent drain protector allows responders to see if spills are entering a drain through cracks in the surface, imperfections in the grating and other irregularities. Reinforcing mesh is “sandwiched” between layers of polyurethane, which increases durability and resistance to tearing. A unique, urethane construction allows the pad to deform and seal off most drains. Multiple sizes are available.

    UltraTech International Inc.

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