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12MM Milling Machines New From Renssi & Pipe Lining Supply

12MM Milling Machines New From Renssi & Pipe Lining Supply

Up to now you’ve had one choice for a 12mm milling machine that offered tools that would attack collapsed CIPP liner or open a covered over sewer tie-in. Many of you have seen or own these machines and they are a great piece of equipment. But competition spurs innovation and Renssi added some improvements to […]

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Resin Formulations – What’s Added To Enhance The Resin & What’s Added to Cut Supplier Costs

Resin Formulations – What’s Added To Enhance The Resin & What’s Added to Cut Supplier Costs

“I installed a liner (not yours) awhile back and got a call back because it had melted. The line was in a steam discharge drain and I was told by my then supplier that it would handle the temperature. Did it fail from the heat or was there some other reason for the failure?” First, […]

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Static Mixers and Active Mixers- Various Types To Perform Resin Mixing

Static Mixers and Active Mixers- Various Types To Perform Resin Mixing

“I’ve been told that you can’t mix resin with anything but a “static mixer” that blends two parts together in a tube for applications. I noticed that you are not using those in your coating process and was wondering if you are actually mixing the 2 parts of resin or just slopping it on the […]

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Making Money With The Quik Shot

Making Money With The Quik Shot

Ben Smith is making money cleaning and lining pipe. Learn how he does it here. Ben Smith

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COATING PICTURES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

COATING PICTURES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

Here are some photos of coating projects that span the world from Hawaii to Switzerland and many places in between. We’ve trained customers to apply a permanent fix to corrosion and rebuild drain, waste and vent piping to a better than new condition. Enjoy the photos and for more information call Pipe Lining Supply 888-354-6464.

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Why Not Just Coat Pipe Instead Of CIPP Lining?

Why Not Just Coat Pipe Instead Of CIPP Lining?

“I watched your coating process and am wondering why not just use the Quik Coating process instead of lining with the Quik Shot ™ CIPP process? It looks simple, goes pretty fast, and if you make an error it’s much easier to correct. What am I’m missing?” The Quik Coating process was developed to address¬† […]

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Minimum DR for CIPP Lining

Minimum DR for CIPP Lining

“What is the thinnest liner I can get? I have a job that I think I’d like a very thin liner as all I want to do is provide corrosion protection.” If there is no groundwater above the pipe invert, the minimum DR is 100. So what exactly does that mean you ask? Dimension ratio […]

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How To Test To See If A Pipe Is Linable

How To Test To See If A Pipe Is Linable

“I have a job that looks pretty difficult. I am nervous that if I try to line the pipe, it may not go. My camera gets stuck when I pull back, but goes in okay. It’s cast iron and I know I need to clean it, but didn’t want to get in too deep to […]

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One & Done? Coating With One Pass & Structurally Sound?

One & Done? Coating With One Pass & Structurally Sound?

” I was told at the WWETT Show that a competitive process to your coating system could apply a single layer of resin to a pipe and it would be a stand alone structural liner. With your system, you need to build up layers to get to a design thickness to rebuild pipe to structural. […]

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Ready To Rumble At WWETT Show

Ready To Rumble At WWETT Show

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