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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: 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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Welding/Gluing Calibration Tube To Lining Materials

Welding/Gluing Calibration Tube To Lining Materials

“We were at one of your training sessions and saw you weld a section of green calibration tube to the coating on your lining material and then invert it into the pipe. You used a flat iron to weld the two together, then inverted it to start liner after the turn of a combi. We […]

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Sometimes Old School Works Better Than New

Sometimes Old School Works Better Than New

Have you ever invested in new technology to perform a job and after using it a few times it didn’t do the work better, cheaper or faster than what you were doing before? It happened to me with one of the simplest tools out there. We have a porcelain tile floor. I committed to keeping […]

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Here’s Your Sign

Here’s Your Sign

An RV blogger and author friend, Nick Russell, writes a blog on RV’ing and this past week pointed out questions from blog readers who ask some pretty challenging questions. One guy lost his pins locking his tow vehicle to his motorhome and wrote to ask if using heavy-duty zip ties would work until he found […]

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Lining In The Winter Cold

Lining In The Winter Cold

“I’ve held up my lining jobs until warmer weather but I am getting too many jobs to get them all done in the spring. What’s the rule on winter lining? Can I do it?” I understand why you are trying to put off till spring any lining jobs, but the reasons revolve around your comfort […]

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Ripping Out A CIPP Liner

Ripping Out A CIPP Liner

“I installed a CIPP liner and followed the ASTM’s I read about in your earlier blogs. I used your resin but a sales guy sold me some liner he sold was as good as yours but cheaper. After completing the job the inspector asked me for my documentation and I showed him the resin buckets […]

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Special Resin For PVC Pipe vs. Other Pipe

Special Resin For PVC Pipe vs. Other Pipe

“My supplier told me I had to use a special epoxy resin to line PVC pipe. Is there different resin formulations for different types of host pipe material or is this guy blowing smoke?” Either your supplier is mistaken in their understanding or they are indeed blowing smoke but there is no resin formulations that […]

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Value – What’s The Relationship Between Cost and Value?

Value – What’s The Relationship Between Cost and Value?

“ I have a job that is 250’ long and the equipment I am looking at won’t shoot liner that far. Your unit can perform the job but it’s priced higher than the competitive equipment. Why should I buy a machine from you when I can find something cheaper. I can always dig a pit […]

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Curing CIPP Liners at too High a Pressure

Curing CIPP Liners at too High a Pressure

“I cure my liners at 20psi but one of your sales trainers told me I’m curing it at too high a pressure. I don’t think I have a problem and my liners look good after I’m finished. If I don’t cure at that pressure won’t my liner shrink and not adhere to the pipe wall?” […]

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