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 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,

National Liner

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,

LMK Technologies
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,

RS Technik

RS Technik offers RS BlueLine, a glass reinforced CIPP liner made with Dow Technology. This high performance designed solution stops water loss, improves hydraulics and water quality while renewing the structural integrity of aging pipe. Certified to NSF 61, RS BlueLine provides a trenchless solution for water main and transmission pipe rehabilitation. Stop water loss, reduce time and save money while minimizing social and environmental impact and extending the life of your water pipe assets. 919.481.1977,

Applied Felts

AquaCure RP is a breakthrough liner from Applied Felts that combines fiberglass reinforcement with our existing, best-in-class felt liner design and construction. AquaCure RP integrates and blends the unique properties of each, providing the strongest, most robust liner on the market today. This innovative liner installs just like our non-reinforced liners with most of the same procedures and operations our customers have used for years. 276.656.1904,

SAERTEX multiCom

SEARTEX multiCom is a leading global manufacturer of UV Cure CIPP Glass fiber liners for the rehabilitation of storm and sanitary sewer pipes. Also available is the Premium Liner for pressure applications. An environmentally safe, high strength liner with sizes ranging from 6 to 50 inches are all made in the U.S. UV equipment is available for rent, and extensive training is provided by experienced application technicians – no restricted territories. 317.464.9717,

CIPP Corporation

Available from CIPP Corp., the Berolina-Liner System UV Cure 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 50 years. With both systems available, CIPP Corp. will fully assess your pipeline needs, providing the best recommendation for rehabilitation. 888.485.2477,

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 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. 636.530.3316,

Inliner Technologies

The Inliner product is installed using direct inversion as well as the pull-in method for deteriorating pipelines ranging in diameter from 4 to 120 inches. The curing process can be completed by either hot water or steam/hot air. 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

Reline America offers UV CIPP liners from 6 to 54 inches. Liners are produced to order in the company’s ISO 9001:2008 manufacturing facility in Saltville, VA in accordance with ASTM F2019 and designed according to ASTM F1216. Blue-Tek liner is both a glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP) and an ultra-violet CIPP used to completely rehab existing sewer and storm water pipes. Rental equipment may be available during a contractor’s first pipe rehabilitation projects. 866.998.0808,


Masterliner manufactures CIPP inversion, pull-in and spot repair liners from 4 to 96 inches. The company’s wet out facility is capable of providing impregnated liners up to 60 inches in diameter. Delivery and technical support ensures the customer’s successful installation. 888.344.3733,

Perma-Liner Industries

With Perma-Liner Main Lining System for municipal main line sanitary sewers, certified, third-party tested equipment and materials are engineered and manufactured to meet project specifications on an individual basis. The cured-in-place felt liners are produced with different thicknesses to meet the varying pipe diameters and individual sizes of municipal city lines. Upon insertion of the resin impregnated felt liners into the existing host pipe, the resin hardens and creates a structurally lasting pipe within a pipe. A robotic camera then goes in to check the work, and ensure the insertion process was successful. Perma-Liner products extend the life of your existing pipes by at least 50 years, leaving a minimal carbon footprint. 866.336.2568,


A pioneer in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology, Insituform has installed over 19,000 miles of CIPP worldwide. 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 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 ISO-certified quality control program. 800.234.2992,

Miller Pipeline

The MPC ToughTube CIPP lining system restores structural integrity, reduces inflow and infiltration, and in many circumstances increases flow capacity in larger diameter lines. The pliable nature of the uncured pipe liner, 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. Once the resin-impregnated tube has been fully installed, it is cured using circulating hot water or steam. 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 to 96-plus inches. 800.428.3742,



The Danby Pipe Renovation System is a proven Grouted-In-Place-Liner rehabilitation method, for over 27 years, for 36 to 180-plus inches of circular and non-circular sewers and culverts of any material. The PVC Panel-Lok lining is corrosion resistant and water tight. The Danby System structurally enhances the existing host pipe using high strength cementitious grout, minimizes diameter loss, seals and protects the pipe from further degradation and improves flow characteristics. 281.598.1126,


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,

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 10 inches to 24 inches. Best of all, the SWP pipe system does not require grouting. 276.732.4932,

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