CIPP

Is Pipe Lining Worth It?

Is Pipe Lining Worth It?

“Is lining pipe worth it? I hear all the sales guys tell me I need to line pipe, but I have a backhoe and it will install new sewer pipe regardless of anything else. So my question is: is it worth getting set up to install pipe when I have a proven method that works?” […]

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New Career Paths Caused by Pandemic

New Career Paths Caused by Pandemic

“I’m at my wits end because of this pandemic.  It’s killing any business for the company I work for and I’m afraid of losing my job. I used to be a plumber’s helper years ago and am wondering if that market is any good or just as bad as the one I’m in?” Bill Bill, […]

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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: 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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Resin & Liner Tube for CIPP – Important Information

Resin & Liner Tube for CIPP – Important Information

“I know I’ve read articles in the past about the value of resin and tube systems, but can’t you use any resin with any tube and achieve a rehabilitated pipe that’s just as good as one that has been tested and passed testing?” Maybe, but let’s explore the factors that go into the finished product. […]

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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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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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