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Pull-In-Place CIPP Liner VS Inversion CIPP Liner

Pull-In-Place CIPP Liner VS Inversion CIPP Liner

“I’m confused. I was shopping for a lining system to install liners at the WWETT show but left not buying anything.  One vendor told me inversion was the only way to install liner as it would travel farther than pull-in-place, and another vendor told me that pull-in-place liner was better because it didn’t squeeze out […]

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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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Automated Resin Calculators, Step By Step Installation, And Portability

Automated Resin Calculators, Step By Step Installation, And Portability

“We like your calculators and processes you’ve posted on your website but sometimes our phones are not available for one reason or another and we need to follow the proper steps and how much resin we need. Can you have some way to get the information without relying on spotty cell service or manuals you […]

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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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What’s the Right Sized Vehicle For Me?

What’s the Right Sized Vehicle For Me?

“ I work in a large metropolitan area. I’ve been exploring adding lateral sewer lining to my business but many suppliers want me to buy their equipment housed in a 20’ trailer and while it looks very efficient with everything organized inside, it’s too big to pull through the streets of Philadelphia where I perform […]

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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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Installing the Liner & Calibration Tube

Installing the Liner & Calibration Tube

Best Practices – 9th in the series Our next best practice is the method of getting the liner into the host pipe that we are using as a form for the new pipe. Remember we are calculating a design thickness that will serve as a stand-alone pipe, so the condition of the host pipe is […]

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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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Managing A Long Liner & Resin (309′ x 8″ Diameter)

Managing A Long Liner & Resin (309′ x 8″ Diameter)

This past week, a brand new customer had a 309’ by 8” diameter pipe to line. It was spec’d out to be epoxy and served a school drain in central Missouri. The pipe needed extensive cleaning and leaked and the school district wanted the pipe repaired for health safety reasons. The resin demand for this […]

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Shooting Long Liners With The Quik-Shot™

Shooting Long Liners With The Quik-Shot™

“I’ve got a 12” CIPP liner to install but your Quik-Shot™ unit only goes to 8”. Do you have a bigger unit I can rent for this single shot? I don’t really want to invest in a unit for a single shot.” Being faced with a similar job years ago when I was contracting for […]

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