John Heisler

Over 40 years experience in all phases of sewer and water construction and rehabilitation.

College degree in Business Administration and Accounting

Current owner of Quik Lining Systems, Inc. and Pipe Lining Supply, Inc.

Member of many trade associations and trade groups

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Certification & Recertification Training

Certification & Recertification Training

I am pre-empting our weekly blog to announce Certification Training.  If you need certification or re-certification, this is for you.If you have completed certification training and your certificate has expired or is expiring soon, Pipe Lining Supply is offering recertification.  If you are new to lining or are lining but need certification, we will be […]

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When To Line And When To Do Something Else

When To Line And When To Do Something Else

The age old question, when to line a pipe with CIPP and when to do something else? More often than not we tend to overthink what to do to a pipe that has defects. Many years ago, an engineer that worked with sewer pipe his entire career told me this. “If the pipe is more […]

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“Selling” Lateral Lining

“Selling” Lateral Lining

While the majority of our discussions have been about lateral lining technical issues, there’s another issue that is as important as the technical issues and that is Selling Lateral Lining to your customers. Most drain cleaning technicians get comfortable with doing the work, but aren’t so comfortable with approaching the client with proposing to fix […]

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Calibration & Vacuum Impregnation

Calibration & Vacuum Impregnation

For many installers, finding the “best” method for getting liner in the ground using the CIPP process revolves around the device used to get the pipe into the host pipe. While that is the flash/bang part of the process, but not the most important part of the process. A Calibration Roller and Vacuum Pump are […]

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Size Transisitions and How to Deal

Size Transisitions and How to Deal

You found roots in the line, discussed options with your customer who elected to line the pipe, and now you have to line it.  You noted a transition 35′ (10.7m) into the line from 4″ (100mm) to 6″ (150mm) and now have to decide how you want to tackle the transition.  You noted that the […]

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How Clean Is Lateral Lining Clean

How Clean Is Lateral Lining Clean

How clean do I need to get the host pipe before I install a liner inside the pipe? Can I leave roots in the line and line over them? How clean do I need to make the cast iron? The pipe is crusted and it is difficult to remove the corrosion. Jetting it doesn’t seam […]

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What you need to know before you line a deteriorated sewer pipe!

What you need to know before you line a deteriorated sewer pipe!

When you look at a project that requires lining, do you know what to do to give you and the customer the best job you can provide that solves the problem? Here are the questions that need answering before you can pick out the right material and resin to solve it.   Host Pipe Size […]

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Welcome to Pipe Lining Supply Initial Blog & sign up for the latest Blogs!

Welcome to Pipe Lining Supply Initial Blog & sign up for the latest Blogs!

Welcome to the initial blog of technical information from Pipe Lining Supply, your CIPP lateral lining supplier. The purpose of this blog is to share information with lateral lining installers to help improve their efficiency and bottom line performance. We are planning to provide a weekly informational blog and hope you find some of the […]

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