CIPP Lining

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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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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Tip: SLIC ™ Lubricant

Tip: SLIC ™ Lubricant

Pipe Lining Supply’s SLIC ™ lubricant is water-soluble and will not stain surfaces while providing a high level of lube for installing CIPP liners. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Cast Iron Lining

Tip: Cast Iron Lining

If you’re lining cast iron pipe using our scrim material for CIPP laterals, we produce a slightly undersized nominal pipe diameter for cast iron applications. Be sure to specify when ordering. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Curing CIPP

Tip: Curing CIPP

How you accelerate the curing of CIPP lateral liners varies. Whether it’s hot water, steam, UV, or some other method – there are other considerations than time. Equipment costs, ease of use, and portability need to be weighed before selecting which one works best for you. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 […]

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Tip: Vacuuming Out Air Pockets When Wetting Out

Tip: Vacuuming Out Air Pockets When Wetting Out

Vacuuming a CIPP lateral liner eliminates entrained air from a liner tube. Lack of vacuum impregnation will leave dry spots that allow roots to penetrate over time where no resin is present. It also meets the ASTM standards for CIPP lining. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Expense and Revenue

Tip: Expense and Revenue

When we’re new to technology, we tend to take every job that comes along. More than one has failed to tackle a job that everyone else has turned down as too difficult or impossible to complete. If the expenses to get it down are more than the revenue, you are ahead by turning down the […]

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Tip: Pipe Diameter

Tip: Pipe Diameter

Pipe diameters on laterals usually make a transition in sizes somewhere between the building and the sewer main. For CIPP projects, you can select one of two methods from a variety of liners. You can buy pre-made transition bags sewed to transition from one diameter to another in various lengths, or you can buy liner […]

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Confused Between Lining & Coating?

Confused Between Lining & Coating?

“We lined several vent stacks and have had a few of them leak. We used the CIPP method sold to us using a “gapping method” that they told me would work well for fixing in plumbing stacks. We thought that the lining process would seal the old pipe and prevent leaking. Now I read that […]

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Branch Line Tie-Ins Cause Problems

Branch Line Tie-Ins Cause Problems

“I just got a call back from a lining job I completed using a pull in place method. I followed the gapping method of cutting out an oversized section of the liner to avoid cutting out the branch lines. Everything went in as planned and I was proud of providing a permanent solution only to […]

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