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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Field Testing Coating

Field Testing Coating

Our customer Coreline of Mitchell, South Dakota completed a successful field installation today of our Quik Coating System process. The job consisted of lining a 55′ sewer line that served 2 lavatories and 2 toilets from an 2nd floor bath that made a 90 degree turn, then dropped 10′ to the floor below followed by […]

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New Transition Liner Material

New Transition Liner Material

This is an update to a previous post and republished to let you know that we’ve added a transition liner that addresses 3″ to 4″ transitions.  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′ […]

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Pipe Bursting vs. CIPP Lining – Which Should I Use

Pipe Bursting vs. CIPP Lining – Which Should I Use

“I”m trying to decide between pipe bursting and CIPP lining as to which one I should buy. They both look like good technologies, but if you had to choose one, which one would you choose?” Trying to choose one over the other is like trying to decide whether you should buy buy a CCTV camera […]

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Learn How To Clean Sewer Pipe In Seconds Instead of Hours

Learn How To Clean Sewer Pipe In Seconds Instead of Hours

If you’ve ever tackled the job of cleaning cast iron pipe after getting a call for a sewer back-up clog and you’ve used your cable machine or a jetter, you may get the line opened up again, but the pipe still looks like it’s on its last legs. If you’ve gotten a call to clean […]

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Exotherm! Wait, What? Why Do I Need To Know This?

Exotherm! Wait, What? Why Do I Need To Know This?

If you are in the lining business and don’t know what exotherm is, stay tuned and finish this post. All of you that have lined pipe with the CIPP process have witnessed exotherm. Exotherm describes the heat given off by the combining of compounds that are forming new materials. As resin forms rigid solid chains […]

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New Technology – Applied In Place Pipe (AIPP)

New Technology – Applied In Place Pipe (AIPP)

Last summer I spent 3 weeks in Europe investigating new technologies for the drain waste and vent rehabilitation industry. The problem we have with applying our CIPP products to drain, waste and vent piping, primarily inside the building walls, floors and ceilings is multiple tie ins and multiple dimensions. Trying to use a woven or […]

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Why Did My Liner End Up In The Main?

Why Did My Liner End Up In The Main?

Original Post from 2 years ago, but got the question again, so I’ve updated and republished it. “I shot a liner today, thought I measured very carefully after measuring my camera marks, and cut my liner accordingly. My question is why did my liner that I carefully measured, end up 6″ into the main?”   […]

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Lateral Tie In Reinstatement Options

Lateral Tie In Reinstatement Options

“I have a lining job that has two tie-ins that I cannot use your Ultra High Speed cable and cutter to get to the openings. I run into these situations every so often and had to hire a sub to come to my job and open up the lateral with is cutter from the pipe […]

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New Sewer Cable & Centering Brushes

New Sewer Cable & Centering Brushes

“Why can’t I spin my drain cleaning cable both directions without ruining it? Can’t someone make a cable that I can turn both directions? I don’t need it all the time but there are times when it would sure be nice.” We agree with you and hear your plea. We are introducing Ultra High Speed […]

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Lining HVAC Under Floor Ducting And Managing The Risks!

Lining HVAC Under Floor Ducting And Managing The Risks!

“I have a customer who wants me to line his buried in floor heating ducting. He has an 8” diameter duct that was installed with Sonotube that has gotten wet and partially collapsed. The tube is buried in concrete and the floor above is Italian marble that cost $1,000 per square foot. The room is 30′ […]

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