CIPP Solutions for Tie-Ins

CIPP Solutions for Tie-Ins

Many of you perform work inside buildings where many branch lines have tied in to a line your were lining with CIPP materials we supplied you. This past year we introduced the Quik-Coating Process which allows you to coat Drain, Waste and Vent (DWV) piping without the worry of opening branch lines or having opened […]

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Quik-Coating Presentation at WWETT Show…

Quik-Coating Presentation at WWETT Show…

For those of you still evaluating coating of drain, waste and vent (DWV) piping as well as other conduits, John Heisler from Pipe Lining Supply will present information on the coating process. The presentation will include the methods of application used for the process, the tooling needed to apply the product, some case histories, and […]

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Inversion Tank Maintenance Issues

Inversion Tank Maintenance Issues

“Did you change your liner material? I’ve been using your lining material and resin for several years and the past 4 jobs have been a real pain to get the material to invert. We’ve taken the pressure up to the maximum allowed in the tank and found that we’ve had to shake the tank and […]

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Annulus Space & CIPP lining

Annulus Space & CIPP lining

“Why are my liners pulling away from the wall of the host pipe? I know you’ve said that the liner can be designed to be stand alone and I’m not worried that it’s strong enough to stand up, but what about tie-ins and water tracking? Will the roots we’ve tried to eliminate find a path […]

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Inflow & Infiltration – What’s the difference?

Inflow & Infiltration – What’s the difference?

“I keep hearing about I/I and wondered what people were talking about? I asked someone and they said that it stood for infiltration and inflow of water into a sewer pipe and it wasn’t a good thing but they didn’t know why. What exactly is the difference between the two and why is it not […]

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Press Release: Product Improvement

Press Release: Product Improvement

Pipe Lining Supply’s Introduction to a MAJOR PRODUCT Improvement – New Nozzle  with the Quik-Shot™ System January 2019 – Pipe Lining Supply is launching their new line of nozzles for the Quik-Shot™ System. The new nozzles improve the inversion process by reducing friction at the nozzle head. This change will allow the liner to invert easier than […]

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Roots Growing Through CIPP Liner?

Roots Growing Through CIPP Liner?

Have you ever experienced a root growing through a CIPP liner? I have and while it’s considered a failure, it is a great teaching moment. So how did it happen? My wet out and installation crew was fully seasoned. They’d installed over 1,000,000 feet of CIPP liner, yet here was a root growing through an […]

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Poly Urea Coating Process – IT WORKS!

Poly Urea Coating Process – IT WORKS!

“You haven’t talked about the coating process lately. Any problems with the process we need to know about? I’ve heard that some of the processes are too time consuming to make any production levels feasible.” There are several competitive processes out in the market place that use a variety of resins and are applied with […]

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2018 Year in REVIEW

2018 Year in REVIEW

Pipe Lining Supply has had quite a year and wanted to share some of the milestones we’ve made to help the rehabilitation of DWV & Sewers even easier than ever for our contractor customers. Quik-Coating System NextGen Lateral Lining Material Yellow Calibration Tube Nozzle Improvements for the Quik-Shot Two Brushes are Better than ONE! Resin […]

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Pipe Lining Supply – Holiday Hours

Pipe Lining Supply – Holiday Hours

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