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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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Transient Loads – What You Need To Know

Transient Loads – What You Need To Know

We’ve discussed the reason our lateral lining system is suitable for gravity sewer lines and not meant for pressure pipe nor potable water lines. We haven’t explored the reasons for not applying a gravity pipe to pressure systems, so I thought we’d explore the reasons today. In pressure pipe systems, we’re looking at pumps that […]

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Welcome to Blog Readers from Around the World

Welcome to Blog Readers from Around the World

A note from the blog author and owner of Pipe Lining Supply I started writing this blog almost 5 years and several hundred blogs ago about the rehabilitation of sewers. Over those years we’ve shared tips, shared individual project information, and introduced new technologies to our English speaking audience. We have expanded our weekly newsletter […]

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Winning & Losing in the Market Place

Winning & Losing in the Market Place

“I’m in an area that mostly digs up and replaces the pipe. When I present CIPP lateral lining as a possible alternative, most of my customers would prefer to dig up the old pipe and put a new one in. Do you have any tips that would help be more successful in presenting lining over […]

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Comparing Epoxy Resin to Polyurea Resin for Coating Applications

Comparing Epoxy Resin to Polyurea Resin for Coating Applications

“I’m interested in coating drain, waste and vent piping. One of your competitors uses epoxy for coating pipe and you use polyurea. Is there really any difference when all is said and done or is most of this advertising hype?” There are some very distinct differences between the two resins. For CIPP lateral lining applications, […]

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A Coating Machine in Every Service Truck??

A Coating Machine in Every Service Truck??

“I read a post showing a plumbing contractor carrying a Quik Coating machine in every truck. Is that really cost-effective? Won’t the tech need a helper to run the coating machine?” A couple of misconceptions that you’ve concluded. This may help you understand coating and how you can increase revenue and bottom-line results. Many coating […]

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Quik-Coating System

Quik-Coating System

Best Practices – 12th in the series This section will explore best practices to use for coating pipe with the Quik-Coating process. We are at the stage of selecting coating as the best option for this pipe and all the pipe has been properly cleaning and preparing for the lining. Before beginning the coating process […]

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Certification/Demo Class

Certification/Demo Class

Pipe Lining Supply is pleased to offer a Certification/Demo Class on Oct. 1, in Anaheim, California.  Register NOW to reserve your spot! https://pipeliningsupply.com/registration/

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Trouble Shooting

Trouble Shooting

Best Practices – 11th in the Series Trouble Shooting– CIPP Lining Lining & Calibration Material HOLE IN LINING OR CALIBRATION MATERIAL Patch materials include Tear-Aid ™ product to cover the hole or welding on a patch. The product contains an adhesive in two versions. One for PVC coatings and one for all other plastic coatings. […]

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Curing the Liner

Curing the Liner

Best Practices – 10th in the Series Ambient & Heat Cure When it’s time to cure the CIPP liner we have 3 methods that are proven and tested and a 4th one that is emerging. We will explore the ambient and heat cure methods. With any of these systems, we want to stretch the liner […]

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