Coating

Lining Training

Lining Training

“I bought a competitive system to yours but gave up trying to run it as it’s too complicated to make it work. I like the idea of lining but wonder if your system is easier to run than what I bought?” One of the major advantages that we at Pipe Lining Supply offer is our […]

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Up to “Code”

Up to “Code”

“I was interested in your coating process but a sales guy selling his lining system said our process wasn’t up to “code”. If it isn’t up to code, won’t I get in trouble selling it?” First things first. There are several “codes”. Most likely he’s referring to plumbing codes, and specifically referring to a code […]

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Resin Color

Resin Color

“I just coated a pipe with your coating equipment and resin. I noticed that the finished product had a rose-colored tint to it. Why is that, and will it hurt anything?” There are a couple of reasons that the resin finished with a whiteish rose color. The first one involves the cleaning or descaling of […]

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Smooth Pipe Coating

Smooth Pipe Coating

“I have a coating machine that I purchased from you at Pipe Lining Supply. I trained with you guys, and in my training the pipe samples we trained on applying the coating came out smooth. In the field however, the surface has ridges. What’s changed? How can I get back to the smooth surfaces I […]

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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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Tip: Cable Camera

Tip: Cable Camera

Our small flexible cable camera set up used for coating can accommodate either a 50’ cable and head (standard), or a 150’ cable to use with extended length coating jobs. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Using Two Brushes

Tip: Using Two Brushes

Two brushes used for pipe coating produce a smoother surface than a single brush.  The second brush, one size larger than the host pipe brush, dampens the ridges. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Planning

Tip: Planning

90% of a job’s success is in the planning, and 10% is in the execution. If you fail to plan out your job, you are planning to fail. This applies to Lateral Lining and Pipe coating jobs as well as life. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Weighing Cubetainers

Tip: Weighing Cubetainers

When applying a coating to DWV pipe, weigh the Cubetainers before applying the polyurea resin. Record the amount you calculated for that segment of pipe and record the beginning weight of the Cubetainers together. Apply as many coats as you think you need, then weight the Cubetainers after. If you meet or exceed the amount […]

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VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory – Is It Right For Your Business?

VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory – Is It Right For Your Business?

“A supplier approached me to sign up for their vendor managed inventory control program. They are telling me it will save me a lot of money by letting them determine the quantities I need from month to month. I won’t have a lot of money tied up in inventory as I pay for it when […]

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