pipe repair

Quik-Coating Presentation at WWETT Show…

Quik-Coating Presentation at WWETT Show…

For those of you still evaluating coating of drain, waste and vent (DWV) piping as well as other conduits, John Heisler from Pipe Lining Supply will present information on the coating process. The presentation will include the methods of application used for the process, the tooling needed to apply the product, some case histories, and […]

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Annulus Space & CIPP lining

Annulus Space & CIPP lining

“Why are my liners pulling away from the wall of the host pipe? I know you’ve said that the liner can be designed to be stand alone and I’m not worried that it’s strong enough to stand up, but what about tie-ins and water tracking? Will the roots we’ve tried to eliminate find a path […]

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Inflow & Infiltration – What’s the difference?

Inflow & Infiltration – What’s the difference?

“I keep hearing about I/I and wondered what people were talking about? I asked someone and they said that it stood for infiltration and inflow of water into a sewer pipe and it wasn’t a good thing but they didn’t know why. What exactly is the difference between the two and why is it not […]

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Press Release: Product Improvement

Press Release: Product Improvement

Pipe Lining Supply’s Introduction to a MAJOR PRODUCT Improvement – New Nozzle  with the Quik-Shot™ System January 2019 – Pipe Lining Supply is launching their new line of nozzles for the Quik-Shot™ System. The new nozzles improve the inversion process by reducing friction at the nozzle head. This change will allow the liner to invert easier than […]

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Tracking – Does It Damage Your CIPP Project?

Tracking – Does It Damage Your CIPP Project?

“We installed a CIPP liner awhile back on a vertical plumbing stack about 2 months ago. We got a call that a damaged pipe in the lower lever mechanical room was leaking sewage into the room. This was in a 3 story apartment building and this stack had a cracked pipe in the mechanical room […]

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Quik-Coating Resin Mixing

Quik-Coating Resin Mixing

“A competitor told me that your coating system can’t work as it does not employ a static mixer to mix the 2 parts of resin. He also said there would be no reason to weigh the resin before application and after as the resin is pre-mixed before applying. Do you have an answer or is […]

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ONLINE Resin Demand Calculator – Now Available!

ONLINE Resin Demand Calculator – Now Available!

“I’ve tried several ‘on line’ programs to calculate the amount of resin I need for a job. All of them are asking for details that I either don’t have or don’t know. I understand the math of multiplying the resin pounds per foot of the material size you are using and getting the resin and […]

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Crew Size for Coating?

Crew Size for Coating?

WHAT IS THE BEST CREW SIZE FOR COATING PIPE WITH THE QUIK-COATING PROCESS? “You’ve talked about crew sizes for CIPP but what about the coating process? We’re thinking of offering this to our clients but are tying to figure crew sizes and costs to figure what we should charge”. We talked about the pretty standard […]

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COATING MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM THICKNESSES – WHAT ARE THEY AND WHY?

COATING MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM THICKNESSES – WHAT ARE THEY AND WHY?

“Do you have any guidance on the thickness of resin we should apply to any given pipe diameter when applying the Quik-Coating System to pipe rehab?” After many jobs now completed and in the record books, we have determined a minimum thickness for each size pipe diameter as well as a maximum thickness. Here’s the […]

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Electric Roller Bed

Electric Roller Bed

Electric Roller Bed Add On Many of you requested an electric drive for our manual roller. For those of you who used other pinch calibration rollers and switched to our Quik Roller you know the precision the roller employs. Unlike many other rollers that drive only one roller and jams in the stationary roller during […]

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