pipe repair systems Equipment

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LMK - Liner Lateral System

by LMK Technologies, Inc.     based in Ottawa, ILLINOIS (USA)

The Performance Liner Lateral System is a unique cured in-place process that 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. LMK’s Lateral system is truly a no dig situation for renewing ...

LMK T-Liner Shorty - System for Main/Lateral CIPP Connection Liner

by LMK Technologies, Inc.     based in Ottawa, ILLINOIS (USA)

LMK’s T-Liner Shorty system is a one-piece, structural, stand-alone homogenous Main/Lateral CIPP connection liner that extends 3 feet up into the lateral pipe. Shorty was designed for municipalities that want the connection sealed and the most value without the cost or legal issues associated with installing a cleanout. Shorty is the ...

Stop It - Pipe Repair System

by InduMar Products, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

The Stop It Pipe Repair System repairs cracks and leaks in Carbon steel, stainless, aluminum, copper, galvanized; PVC, CPVC, PVDF, polyethylene, polypropylene and fiberglass pipes, to name a few. Please visit the rest of our web site to learn more about the Stop It Pipe Repair System and our products.

Euro Couplings

by Wardsflex     based in Mildenhall, UNITED KINGDOM

Flexseal Euro Couplings are manufactured to meet the required European Standards for connecting and repairing pipes used in drains and sewers plus other non-pressure applications up to 0.5bar.Euro Couplings incorporate a unique patented system of stainless steel clips that maintain the integrity of the coupling during transport and storage (Patent ...

LMK T-Liner - Gasket-Sealing

by LMK Technologies, Inc.     based in Ottawa, ILLINOIS (USA)

LMK’s T-Liner is a one-piece homogenous main and lateral CIPP connection liner. T-Liner has a uniform wall thickness and incorporates compressible material at the upstream and downstream ends creating a smooth tapered transition to the host pipe. Both the mainline and lateral sections are formed as a structural cylinder that renews 18-inches ...

GroutingSleeve - Stainless Steel Sleeves For Structural Repair Of Sewers From 4” (100mm) To 54” (1500mm)

by Link-Pipe Inc.     based in Richmond Hill, ONTARIO (CANADA)

For Structural Repair with No Infiltration. Pipe Ø 6 inch-54 inch. If during routine inspection damaged pipe is discovered, it can take as little as 20 minutes for an experienced installer to have the damaged sewer repaired using Link-Pipe GROUTING SLEEVE.

Quick-Lock - Model V4A - Liner System

by Rausch GmbH & Co. KG     based in Weißensberg, GERMANY

Unique spot repair system based on compression technique!System for spot repair of the pipes with V4A stainless steel sleeves (Type of Material 1.4571) for diameters from 150 - 700 mm. Duroplastic EPDM rubber with extreme high durability.Rehabilitation system with DIBT-approval Nr. Z-42.3-374.Lines are mostly damaged due to poor joint sealing, ...

Model 1 - Pipe Mate

by Futura Coatings, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

A 100% solids, two component, standard cure, epoxy-amine formulated to provide excellent chemical resistance and adhesion to steel. Specifically designed as a repair material for pipe coating systems. Applied by airless spray, brush or roller.

First Response - Leak Repair Kit

by InduMar Products, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

The First Response Leak Repair Kit provides everything in one box for maintenance and safety teams to quickly respond to most common leaks, cracks, and gashes in pipes, tanks, and drums. Each kit includes a small, medium, and large size of the STOP IT Pipe Repair System, five Fix Stix™ Epoxy, eighteen assorted wooden plugs, rubber hammer, ...

Snap Lock - Pipeline Rehabilitation System

by Ratech Electronics Limited     based in Vaughan, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Snap Lock is a localized, no-dig repair system which renovates the defective section of a sewer. It is the most economical, efficient system for the quick repair of damaged areas in a sewer whose overall good condition make evacuation and entire relining unnecessarily expensive and disruptive options.

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