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What is your Best Practice for CIPP Lining and Coating?

What is your Best Practice for CIPP Lining and Coating?

Best Practices – 1st in the Series When responding to a drain cleaning call or a leaking drain pipe we develop a best practice of how to address the call. Usually these practices are an evolutionary process that began from the day you started responding to those calls. You may have tried some that worked […]

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One Solution Doesn’t Fit All Jobs

One Solution Doesn’t Fit All Jobs

“I have a job that the pipe is virtually collapsed and I’d like to line the pipe. I can’t get a camera through the collapse but thought I’d try to blow a liner through the line and open the collapsed pipe open, hold pressure on the liner and restore the line. My question is how […]

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How Do I Keep My Coating Brushes Clean?

How Do I Keep My Coating Brushes Clean?

“I’ve begun using your coating process but am having a hard time keeping my brushes clean. After each coat I’ve dipped the brushes in the Acetone and then the brush cleaner but am seeing a build up of resin on the brushes. I spray the brushes once at the beginning of my first run and […]

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We PASSED the TEST!

We PASSED the TEST!

Our coating method has been tested and approved!! Here’s our independent test results for our coating process that conforms to ICC standard PMG-1485, and IAPMO IGC-351-18a. The results verify our claim of passing all testing methods as specified by each standard. Please review the documentation and contact us with any questions or concerns you may […]

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Quik-Coating Maintenance

Quik-Coating Maintenance

“We love the coating equipment and the process except for one issue. When the unit sets for a few days, the A side pump is frozen and won’t pump. What’s going on here?” Every piece of equipment needs maintenance. Let’s take your car. You hop in, turn the key, shift it into gear and away […]

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Recap of WWETT 2019

Recap of WWETT 2019

Pipe Lining Supply would like to first THANK everyone that stopped at our booth. We met so many great people! It didn’t matter if you were just grabbing a free giveaway, signing up for our drawing or just learning more about our products. Our giveaway was a 60′ Renssi High Speed Flexshaft Cable and a […]

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CIPP Solutions for Tie-Ins

CIPP Solutions for Tie-Ins

Many of you perform work inside buildings where many branch lines have tied in to a line your were lining with CIPP materials we supplied you. This past year we introduced the Quik-Coating Process which allows you to coat Drain, Waste and Vent (DWV) piping without the worry of opening branch lines or having opened […]

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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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Poly Urea Coating Process – IT WORKS!

Poly Urea Coating Process – IT WORKS!

“You haven’t talked about the coating process lately. Any problems with the process we need to know about? I’ve heard that some of the processes are too time consuming to make any production levels feasible.” There are several competitive processes out in the market place that use a variety of resins and are applied with […]

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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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