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Quik-Coating Video

Quik-Coating Video

“I have one of your tablets used for your Quik-Coating process and use it for every job to get the amount of resin I need to coat the pipes I’m working on. Many of my customers are asking me the details of what I’m doing while I’m trying to complete my work. It would be […]

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Lateral Lining Costs

Lateral Lining Costs

“How much does it cost to get into lateral lining sewer pipes? I’ve talked to some guys who’ve paid over $150,000 to line laterals and others who have less than $15,000 invested. What’s the ‘right’ answer? Like anything else the answer depends on you and what you are trying to accomplish. If you need to […]

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Cameras for High-Speed Cables

Cameras for High-Speed Cables

For those of you using high speed cables – whether they are attached to your drills or whether they are in one of the cable machines similar to our Renssi units  shown here – we have a solution to watch your tools work in real time without attaching your stiff camera cable to the sheathing […]

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High-Speed Cable Kinking

High-Speed Cable Kinking

“I bought a high-speed cable that I attached to my drill, but I keep kinking the cable. It usually kinks either right by the drill or at the other end by the tool I’ve attached. Am I doing something wrong or did I get a bad cable?” Using a high-speed cable is much different than […]

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Why Offer Pipe Rehabilitation?

Why Offer Pipe Rehabilitation?

“I bought a jetter several years ago and it’s the only tool I need to keep sewers flowing. I think that the money these guys charge to line or pipe burst old sewers is just a waste of money. I charge a flat rate of $350 to open a sewer line and run about 10 […]

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Tip: Drain Cleaning Costs

Tip: Drain Cleaning Costs

Trying to compete with a loss-leading ad for a $79.95 drain “cleaning” call can be dangerous. Most drain “cleaning” ads quoting those numbers boil down to pushing a cable machine with no tools down a line and getting it to drain. Root removal, descaling, and other services are extras. If you completely clean a line […]

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Correctly Using Tube Liners

Correctly Using Tube Liners

“I started using the tubes from vacuum trucks to invert lining material.  However, I’ve blown an end fitting off the hose. Lucky no one got hurt but wondered if you guys know what went wrong?” Glad you reached out for help. While for some inversion CIPP shots this method is a quick down and dirty […]

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Tip: “Gapping Method”

Tip: “Gapping Method”

For those of you employing the “gapping method” of preparing a pull in place liner by cutting out holes where the branch lines tie in, then wetting it out and pulling or pushing it into place – here’s a cheaper and much faster method. If you pull the wetted-out liner into place without cutting out […]

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Comparing Resins

Comparing Resins

“I am looking at your coating machine as well as your competitors. One uses polyurethane resin, one uses epoxy resin, and you use poly urea resin. I’m a little confused as to which way to go. Can you tell me why your resin, the poly urea stuff, is better than the others? Also, isn’t poly […]

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Website Resources

Website Resources

“Where can I find information about how your coating system works? You should post it on a website so it’s easy to find.” This query came to us years ago and we responded with a very comprehensive website to provide you with the information you need to transfer knowledge to your customers. I’d like to […]

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