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Rehab Spotlight: Lining Systems
Lining systems by MaxLiner, IPR, National Liner, LMK Technologies, RS Technik, Applied Felts, SAERTEX multiCom, CIPP Corporation, Fibrwrap Construction, Inliner Technologies, Reline America, Masterliner, Perma-Liner Industries, Insituform, Miller Pipeline, Danby, Sekisui SPR Americas and SWP-Systems GmbH.
MaxLiner — the most comprehensive set of CIPP equipment, accessories and materials around — introduces a new flex liner that can work in up to 90 degree bends and handle diameter changes from 4 to 6 inches. MaxLiner continues to lead the field with versatile applications for both lateral and vertical repair. View the MaxLiner system in action on a television episode of “Ask This Old House” by visiting maxlinerusa.com. 276.656.1225
Depending on site conditions and project specifications, IPR offers two CIPP liner systems for gravity-flow sewers and culverts. For standard installations, IPR offers an Isophthalic resin-based liner technology system, and for stricter requirements in harsher environments, an advanced epoxy-based lining system features eco-friendly Dow epoxy resins. Pipe diameters range from 6-144 inches (standard) and 6-42 inches (advanced) for all types of pipe materials. IPR CIPP liners meet or exceed the ASTM standards for CIPP pipeline rehabilitation. 281.362.1131, teamipr.com
National Liner, through its network of experienced North American installers, provides cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) products and services to municipal and industrial customers to rehabilitate deteriorated pipe. National Liner, established in 1994, has been installed in excess of 18 million liner feet of pipe ranging in size from 6-84 inches. National Liner is engineered with a 50-year design life. 800.547.1235, nationalliner.com
LMK’s T-Liner is a one-piece homogenous main and lateral CIPP connection liner that is ASTM F2561 compliant. Both the mainline and lateral sections are formed as a structural cylinder that renews 18-inches and 360 degrees of the mainline and extends up the lateral pipe as one continuous lining with uniform wall thickness. T-Liner with Insignia compression gasket-sealing technology between the host pipe and the T-Liner provides a verifiable non-leaking system. 815.433.1275, lmktechnologies.com/t-liner.