Cure in Less Time With Pull-In-Place Lining System

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The Perma-Liner Pull-In-Place pipe lining system is 100 percent trenchless — no need to dig up floors, tear up walls or even fix costly landscaping. This versatile system is made for lining 22- and 45-degree bends and sweeping 90-degree bends. You can even reline vertical stacks with ease with the ability to start and stop anywhere in the line. 

Once the pipeline is cleaned and camera inspected, the lateral is measured, epoxy resin is added, and then the liner is pulled into place in the pipe. Using a rubber bladder and calibration tube, the liner is pressed against the existing host, allowing the resin to bond and seal. The efficient system means projects can be completed in less than one day. 

The Perma-Liner Pull-In-Place system relines virtually any pipe material including clay, cast iron and PVC. The system lines 3- to 36-inch lines, bridging missing sections of pipe in a stand-alone design (no host pipe needed). The liner material allows installers to line through 4- to 6-inch transitions, which are available in any length.

Installers can choose from two liners: Navi-Liner is a needle-punched, 2 mm felt, PU-coated, non-woven, stitched and tape-seamed liner and Rigi-Liner is a needle-punched, 2 mm felt, calendered PVC/TPU blend, non-woven, stitched and tape-seamed liner. 

Using a two-part 100 percent solids epoxy, ambient cure time is three hours, however, hot water and steam cure can be used to cure in less than an hour. The Perma-Liner Pull-In-Place system is IAPMO, ICC and UPC approved and NSF Standard 14 certified. It nearly doubles the ASTM F1216 specification on a minimum design life of 50 years.   

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