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CCTV Inspection Before Lining or Coating is CRITICAL

CCTV Inspection Before Lining or Coating is CRITICAL

This past week I got a video of a liner that had torn on installation. In the past I’ve gotten photos of calibration tube that was cut during installation and I’ve received video of coating jobs with material not covered poking out from the pipe surface. So, what goes?

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“I bought a lateral lining system and no one here has any idea how to operate it. How do I get my guys trained so we can operate the equipment and be functional again?”

“I bought a lateral lining system and no one here has any idea how to operate it. How do I get my guys trained so we can operate the equipment and be functional again?”

A strength of Pipe Lining Supply is our ability to train and support both CIPP lining and AIPPR coating processes. When we started the business years ago we had to learn how other lining systems operated so we could provide them materials that would work in any equipment. To be the best support and provide […]

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Using and Maintaining Flex Shaft

Using and Maintaining Flex Shaft

REGISTER to WIN. Don’t forget to register to win a 100’ high speed cable and a 4” chain knocker!! The cable and chain knocker winner will be drawn by random subscribers to our newsletter on October 15, 2018, so register today. This is a $1,000 value and a great opportunity to try the future of […]

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Filling in missing pipe with Poly Urea to rebuild the surface to coat the pipe.

Filling in missing pipe with Poly Urea to rebuild the surface to coat the pipe.

Filling in missing pipe with Poly Urea to rebuild the surface to coat the pipe. Ever heard the old saying “necessity is the mother of invention”?  Our customer, Coreline in South Dakota had a 2” pipe that was missing a big chunk of the bottom of the pipe. The cast iron pipe was buried under […]

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Give Away!!

Give Away!!

    Register To Win JUST under $1,000 VALUE.  Register to win a 4″ chain knocker and a 100′ long x 10mm(3/8″) high speed cable. The winner will be randomly selected from all subscribers to our weekly newsletter. If you are a subscriber to our blog on our website you will not need to register as you […]

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When Is A Line Too Bad To Line Or Coat?

When Is A Line Too Bad To Line Or Coat?

Register To Win JUST under $1,000 VALUE. When Is A Line Too Bad To Line Or Coat? “I just looked at a job that I’m not sure is something I can line or coat. The cast iron under the basement floor is missing the bottom of the pipe from the floor drain tie in for […]

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What Happened To All Of My Customers?

What Happened To All Of My Customers?

“I ran into an old customer the other day at the grocery store. He used to call me to clean his drain every year, but I hadn’t heard from him for well over a year. I don’t think his drain healed itself as every time I went to his house the roots were bigger and […]

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You Shot A CIPP Liner, Pulled The Calibration Tube And It’s All Wrinkled – What Went Wrong?

You Shot A CIPP Liner, Pulled The Calibration Tube And It’s All Wrinkled – What Went Wrong?

“I shot a liner yesterday. I cooked it for over an hour and pulled the calibration tube. When I stuck my camera in the line I was shocked. My camera didn’t want to go through and there was a big shark fin at the bottom of the pipe that ran the whole distance sometimes coming […]

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Upselling Your $125 Cleaning Job To $250 Before You Leave

Upselling Your $125 Cleaning Job To $250 Before You Leave

We’ve taken our $59.95 customer drain clearing call to $125.00 and now want to move that to the next level. Timing is everything and now is the time to present a show and tell. A good show and tell is to show your customer samples. Showing them a sample of pipe that is full of […]

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You Sold the $125.00 Per Foot Descaling Job, Now To Execute The Work

You Sold the $125.00 Per Foot Descaling Job, Now To Execute The Work

You went through the problem of scale in the lines to your building owner and they could see the benefit of getting all of the scale removed from the pipe, restoring it back to new. He’s agreed to hire you to perform the work and now you have to execute the work. THIS IS NOT […]

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