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Looking to build a leaking pipe simultor for haz mat training and have not been able to find the plans to build the prop.

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We have taken PVC pipe and made a water connection and created a leak monster. We have diffrent size of pipe with the largest size being the base and making it into a square box. We then start to build up from there using 'T" connections and come up three feet and place 2 "t" connections with a straight pipe connecting the "T" connections. We then come up another two feet and place two 90 degree connections and run a straight pipe and place a "t" connection in the middle of that and run another piece of pipe straight up. You can drill holes all over the pipes. We place a ball in the last piece of pipe that is straight up and the goal of the excerise is to get the water to come out of the top and push the ball out by plugging all the holes. It makes training fun and the teams working on the pipe keep being chalenged because they have to plug and path to keep the water rising to push out the ball from the top. Hope this helps
Hey Jack! IF you take a look at my FE page there is a picture of a pipe leak simulator that I use for the University of Finday.

If you can not find it my cell# is 740-507-8802 my email is toddcmckee@hazmatohio.com

Todd McKee

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