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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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Exploring The Pipe Lining Supply Compact Lining & Coating Vehicle

Exploring The Pipe Lining Supply Compact Lining & Coating Vehicle

“We saw the Ford Transit Van decked out with drain cleaning equipment, CIPP lining equipment and AIPPR Quik Coating DWV pipe rehabilitation. We walked through the unit and it looked great but didn’t get any pictures or specs. Can you provide detail of the unit with some more pictures?” We are building this vehicle to […]

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What Are You Worth? Do You Charge Enough For Your Services?

What Are You Worth? Do You Charge Enough For Your Services?

“I always seem to get customer complaints about how much I charge them for the work I do. My vendors say they are giving me the best pricing levels that they can and I’ve cut my labor pricing to the bone. I’m driving older trucks as are my employees, I’m not paying the top pay […]

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Superior Pipe Cleaning Process and Equipment

Superior Pipe Cleaning Process and Equipment

“I tried your Renssi cable on the high-speed cable machine and it lasts longer and turns easier than what I was using. Just wanted to say thanks for getting me a better product. Your chain knockers also last much longer than others I’ve tried. You should advise others using competitive equipment about this. Thanks again!” […]

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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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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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High Speed Drain Cleaning – The New Frontier

High Speed Drain Cleaning – The New Frontier

Many of you that read this newsletter have embraced the high-speed versions of cable drain cleaning technology while thousands of drain cleaning contractors have yet to hear of it. While the technology is evolving, we’ve stepped up as well. We are stocking a full range of tools that adapt to this technology in our warehouses. […]

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Why Would I Offer Pipe Coating As A Repair?

Why Would I Offer Pipe Coating As A Repair?

Unless you have an unlimited supply of qualified plumbers and a customers unlimited budget to replace DWV piping as well as another space to move to while repairs are being performed, this information may be for you. Let me give you an example. A condo that houses over 200 units was having DWV problems. The […]

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Styrene – New Impending Changes Cloud Future Use

Styrene – New Impending Changes Cloud Future Use

“I just read that California is planning to ban styrene based resins being used in the state. Will this affect me? I’m in the Midwest and we don’t have any restrictions that I know of.” Jim Jim, that’s a very good question. The short answer is no, not yet, but who knows what the future […]

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One & Done? Coating With One Pass & Structurally Sound?

One & Done? Coating With One Pass & Structurally Sound?

” I was told at the WWETT Show that a competitive process to your coating system could apply a single layer of resin to a pipe and it would be a stand alone structural liner. With your system, you need to build up layers to get to a design thickness to rebuild pipe to structural. […]

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