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Balancing Hitting Your Mark and Minimizing Wrinkles In Liners

Balancing Hitting Your Mark and Minimizing Wrinkles In Liners

For those of you new to this blog, you can find all of the previous blogs regarding the CIPP lateral lining industry at http://www.pipeliningsupply.com/blog if you would like to browse and read any that have an interest to you. We also have a certification training session at the Springfield, MO office, Friday, April 21, 2017. Call 417-719-7172 for […]

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When Your Liner Won’t Cure – What’s Next?

When Your Liner Won’t Cure – What’s Next?

“My crew installed a liner last week that wouldn’t cure. We started using your Vinyl ester resin, which was new to us, and thought we’d mixed it properly. We wetted out the liner and installed it, then waited for it to ambient cure. Expecting it to “kick” in a couple of hours, we became concerned after […]

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Post Lining Cleaning of CIPP Lined Laterals

Post Lining Cleaning of CIPP Lined Laterals

“I told my customer that her new sewer lining process took some special care and that they couldn’t use caustic drain cleaners or any cable machines to clean the line in the future. After I left, I questioned myself and now am wondering if I told her the right thing?”  In order to give you […]

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Do You Know How To Identify The Type Of Customer You Are Dealing With?

Do You Know How To Identify The Type Of Customer You Are Dealing With?

Those of us that interact with customers have noticed that each one has a little bit different personality that comes out during our interactions with them. Thankfully, we’re not all the same. These personalities are individual and depending on your interaction with them may determine your success or failure of striking an understanding, agreement, or […]

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Setting Yourself Up For Failure With Steam Cure

Setting Yourself Up For Failure With Steam Cure

“I did a couple of shots with my new system and cured it with steam. I was really impressed with how quickly I could cure the liner and was really impressed with the amount of steam my new unit was generating. The only glitch was the finished liner appearance. It had a waffled look to it. […]

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Water Damaged Pipe & Lateral Lining Fixes

Water Damaged Pipe & Lateral Lining Fixes

I noticed several sewer collapses here in the Los Angeles basin after record setting rain. The collapses happen on big pipe as well as small pipe. The reasons pretty much circle back to one cause – root intrusion.  When a plant begins the search for water, it looks for a water source and many pipe […]

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Innovation – Applying Knowledge To Solve A Problem

Innovation – Applying Knowledge To Solve A Problem

  Many times we fall into following paths we’ve been down in the past. Why? Because it’s familiar, it’s safe, and you know the way because you’ve been down the path before. To deviate from that path usually doesn’t come easy unless something blocks access to the path and you have to find a new […]

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Managing A Lateral Lining Job

Managing A Lateral Lining Job

I’ve had many requests for a copy of my presentation from the WWETT Show. The subject, below, may help you manage your jobs more efficiently and save you the trips running back to your shop or the supply house to get more “stuff”! Managing a CIPP Lateral Lining Job 2

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Greetings From The WWETT Show

Greetings From The WWETT Show

Today (Wednesday) was set up day at the WWETT Show. For those of you planning to attend the event, here’s some pre-show set up pictures. For those of you who won’t make it, here’s some shots of a few (very few) vendors displaying their wares. This is a really big show and will take all […]

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Thinking About Getting Into Lateral Sewer Lining?

Thinking About Getting Into Lateral Sewer Lining?

Should I Get Into Lateral Lining  

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