Lining Systems: Rehab Spotlight

Lining systems including CIPP, grout-in-place pipe, folded pipe and spirally wound pipe.


CIPP Corporation

The Berolina-Liner System UV Cure is available in the United States. This state-of-the-art pipeline rehabilitation is the preferred system of renovating pipelines throughout Europe. The Lightspeed process uses a UV-light technique to create custom-designed liners to ensure maximum flow capacity with minimal cross section reduction for up to fifty years. With both systems available, CIPP Corp. will fully assess your pipeline needs, providing the best recommendation for rehabilitation. 888.485.2477,

Applied Felts

A pioneer in the CIPP process, Applied Felts has been perfecting felt liners from the beginning of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation. Applied Felts is a 100 percent vertically integrated liner manufacturer, which guarantees that every phase of manufacturing – from the purchase of raw fiber to the coating and manufacture of liners – is done in one location, providing impeccable precision and control over quality products. 276.656.1904,

National Liner

National Liner consists of a non-woven, needled polyester felt liner saturated with a thermosetting resin system designed specifically for the environmental conditions of the rehabilitation project. National Liner is not limited in size and can be manufactured for pipelines ranging from 6 inch through 90-plus inches in diameter. During a typical installation, the soft liner is inserted into the pipeline from one existing manhole to another. The liner is inverted or winched into place and expanded using a hydrostatic head of water or air to press the liner tightly against the interior of the host pipe. Once in place, the liner is heated to activate the resin system, causing the resin to cure, and form a new structural pipe within the host pipe. When the curing is complete, lateral lines are then re-opened using remote controlled cutting tool. All National Liner components are produced in ISO certified facilities to job specifications and ASTM standards. 800.547.1235,


As the first CIPP system to receive code-compliancy from the International Code Council (ICC-ES), MaxLiner continues to lead the field with versatile applications for both lateral and vertical repair. The complete system is the most comprehensive set of equipment, accessories and materials around. View the MaxLiner system in action on a recent television episode of “Ask This Old House” by visiting or Underground Construction’s website at 276.656.1225

LMK Enterprises
The Performance Liner Lateral System allows the installer the freedom to position the liner anywhere in the pipe by inverting through a cleanout. The liner can be directed either upstream or downstream using LMK’s patented guide shoe. Gasket sealing O-rings are placed at the upstream and downstream ends of the liner providing a verifiable, non-leaking lateral liner that is compatible with all types of piping. LMK’s lateral liners also include compressible material at the upstream end of the liner, producing a smooth tapered transition to the old pipe. This process renews laterals from 4 to 8 inches in diameter in continuous lengths up to 130 feet. Inversion tanks come in two sizes (36 inch or 18 inch) and are equipped with a camera port so the liner can be visually inspected under pressure for proper placement prior to the liner being cured. 815.433.1275,

RS Technik

RS BlueLine is a cured-in-place pipe system for the renovation of pressure pipe systems including drinking water mains, force mains, cooling mains, and other industrial, wastewater and raw water pressurized systems. RS BlueLine can be installed with either pressure drum or water column method and is cured with hot water or controlled steam. RS BlueLine has received certification to NSF/ANSI 61: Drinking Water System Components-Health Effects, by NSF International. The liner is best suited to rehabilitate water lines ranging from 6 to 48 inches in diameter. The system meets AWWA Class IV providing a fully structural solution. 919.481.1977,

Insituform Technologies

The Insituform CIPP process is suited for wastewater pipeline repair and can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm sewers and force mains. Insituform CIPP is a jointless pipe-within-a-pipe with the capability to rehabilitate pipelines ranging in diameter from 6 to 96 inches and to negotiate bends. Insituform CIPP contains flow within the pipe while keeping external water and roots out. Insituform CIPP can be pulled into place or inverted with either air or water. The cure can be done with steam or hot water. All processes are consistent with nationally recognized standards and Insituform’s own ISO-certified quality control program. 800.234.2992,

LightStream LP produces StreamLinerUV Pipeliner, a strong, environmentally friendly and cost effective CIPP liner manufactured in the U.S. StreamLinerUV Curing Light Train is designed for speed and flexibility. ASTM D2990 test results show StreamLinerUV has over four times the strength of felt liner with less than half the thickness. 619.671.0445,

Miller Pipeline

The MPC ToughTube CIPP lining systems restore structural integrity, reduce inflow and infiltration, and in many circumstances increase flow capacity in larger diameter lines. The pliable nature of the uncured pipe liner, or tube, which is made of a resin-saturated felt with a vapor barrier, allows the material to be installed around curves and other obstructions while filling cracks and bridging gaps. The lining process is accomplished by either inverting or pulling the tube into the existing host pipe made of any material. Once the resin-impregnated tube has been fully installed, it is cured using circulating hot water or steam. During the curing process, the tube is held tightly against the host pipe by internal pressure. After the tube has cured into a monolithic structure, the laterals are robotically reopened. It is available in a wide variety of shapes and pipe diameters from 6-inches to over 96-inches. 800.428.3742,

Inliner Technologies

The Inliner product is installed using direct inversion as well as the pull-in method for deteriorating pipelines ranging in diameter from four to 120 inches. The curing process can be completed by either hot water or steam/hot air that allows for versatility when scheduling projects, crews and equipment to complete each CIPP project. This transformation of a soft, flexible felt tube to a thermoset resin-impregnated liner and finally to a cured structural liner within the existing pipe is a process for which Inliner crews and project managers have been trained to ensure compliance with the owner’s required specifications. 812.723.0704,

Reline America

The BLUE-TEK liner is both a glass fiber reinforced pipe (GRP) and a UV cured-in-place (CIPP). The liners are manufactured based upon the type of site and required chemical-resistance. Generally, industrial sewage requires a more chemically resistant liner than those used in public sewer systems. Reline America has the flexibility to adapt its product to meet the demands of the specific application and ensures that the products are manufactured according to the required criteria. 866.998.0808,

SAERTEX multiCom

SAERTEX-LINER Premium is the first GRP liner with styrene-proof internal coating for UV or steam curing. SAERTEX-LINER Premium not only makes it possible to rehabilitate gravity sewers, but is also ideally suited for rehabilitating pressurized pipelines in the waste water, rain water and sewage water sector. Thanks to the internal coating, the inner film does not need to be removed. The internal coating is another component of SAERTEX-LINER that helps to make it 100 percent leak-proof. 317.464.9717,

Masterliner is a worldwide supplier of trenchless pipe rehabilitation products. The company manufactures and distributes both dry felt liners and resin-impregnated tubes for a full range of pipe sizes. Pipe sizes range from 3 to 108 inches in diameter 888.344.3733,

Perma-Liner Industries
Perma-Liner rehabilitates existing building service pipelines in diameters from 2 to 8 inches in less than a day and in most cases less than five hours. The Perma-Lateral lining materials negotiate 22’s, 45’s and sweeping 90’s with ease. The patent liner material allows the company’s installers to line through 4- to 6-inch transitions without changing the structural properties of the liner. Perma-Lateral liner materials have a reinforced scrim to eliminate stretch during the inversion process. Installers are able to line an existing pipeline without inverting into city sewer mains. 866.336.2568,

Fibrwrap Construction

The Tyfo Fibrwrap Pipe Rehabilitation System is a fiber reinforced polymer (FRP)-based, trenchless technology method for the repair, strengthening and retrofit of corrosion-damaged and distressed large-diameter PCCP, RCCP, and steel pressure pipelines used in municipal, industrial and other facilities. It is the only FRP Pipeline system to have an ICC Evaluation with 2006 IBC Compliance and PMG-1040 Compliance. The patented process can be used to rehabilitate pipelines ranging from diameters of 36 to 201 inches. Fibrwrap offers a complete, turnkey package that includes access, surface preparation, and application of the Tyfo Fibrwrap system. The entire Tyfo system is NSF 61 compliant, and when necessary, additional protective coatings are applied for aggressive chemical or environmental exposures. 909.390.4363,


The Danby Pipe Renovation System is a Grouted-in-Place Liner that produces a renovated pipe that is a layered composite of PVC liner, cementious grout and the original pipe. The combination of the ribbed profile on the PVC liner and the highly fluid nature of the grout produce an integrated structure with the PVC liner “tied” to the original pipe through the grout, which in addition, provides some direct repair of the old pipe. The Danby system is used for man-entry pipes for rehabilitating 36 inch and larger pipes in circular and non-circular sewers and culverts. 281.598.1126,


Ultraliner PVC Alloy Pipeliner is ideal for gravity and low pressure wastewater or storm sewers and culverts. Specifically engineered for use in trenchless applications providing ASTM F 1871 and F 1504 industry standard pipeliners, PVC Alloy is pre-manufactured under tight quality controls and is environmentally friendly – no styrene! The PVC Alloy material can be “thermoformed” at steam temperatures, enabling Hydroliner PVC Alloy Pipeliner to essentially “blow-mold” to the conformation of the host pipe including size transitions, tight bends, offset joints, and other irregularities. 256.831.5515,


SWP-Systems GmbH
Made is Germany and available in the United States, SWP Spirally wound pipe is made of helical plastic pipes that are manufactured in ducts and driven to the next duct in a spiral manner. Different pipe diameters can be achieved in one working cycle for pipe diameter from 250 mm (10 inches) to 600 mm (24 inches). Best of all, the SWP pipe system does not require grouting. 276.732.4932,

Sekisui SPR Americas
SPR is a spiral-wound trenchless pipeline renewal process designed for use in medium to large-diameter pipelines, typically 18 inches and larger. SPR can be used in man entry and non-man entry applications. SPR utilizes steel-reinforced interlocking PVC profile strips grouted in place with an engineered specified cementitious grout. The installation equipment can be utilized via standard access points without site excavation. SPR can also be installed in vertical applications such as wet wells, access shafts and other large-diameter structures. 866.627.7772,

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