Cast-in Connectors

If you want to ensure there is an excellent and permanent seal between the connector and the concrete structure, use of a cast-in connector is recommended. Available in a variety of designs for all types of applications, Hamilton Kent can supply you with the connectors you need for pipe measuring from several inches to several feet in diameter, along with the mandrels needed to cast them into your manhole structure.

Available Products
Tylox® WT+ Connector

Cast-in, rubber pipe-to-manhole connectors for sanitary sewers.

Tylox® XT Series

Cast-in, push-fit rubber connectors for concrete structures.

Tylox® WT Connectors

Cast-in, watertight connectors for sanitary sewers.

Tylox® ST Connectors

Cast-in stormwater sewer pipe-to-manhole connectors.

Tylox® Dual Seal II Series

Cast-in, push-fit connectors for concrete structures.

Tylox® CIB Cast-in boot connectors

Designed to give a watertight seal between a concrete structure and a connecting pipe, the Tylox® Cast-in Boot combines the flexibility of a boot style connector with the ability to be integrally cast into the structure wall.

Tylox® FT Connectors

Cast-in, push-fit rubber connectors for concrete structures.

Tylox® Gasket Lubricant

Maximum Coverage with Minimum Brushwork… that’s what you get when you work with Tylox® Gasket Lubricant.

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