Since 1989, Inliner Cured-in-Place pipe (CIPP) has been used throughout North America to protect, seal and renew over 30 million feet of sanitary, storm and industrial process piping. Inliner Technologies, LLC is one of the largest Cured-in-Place pipe (CIPP) networks in the U.S., supplying and supporting over 40 certified installation crews. Headquartered in Paoli, IN, the company`s technology has been utilized to perform pipe renewal projects in the U.S. and Canada since 1989. Inliner Technologies is owned by Layne, a worldwide provider of water, energy and mineral services. Inliner`s licensed installers are contracted by municipalities and manufacturing-based industrial facilities to renew storm, waste and process sewer piping that have been damaged by corrosion and/or structural deterioration. CIPP technology allows for the renewal of damaged underground pipes without excavation.
The process minimizes disruption to the public by reducing noise, traffic disturbance, and road damage - and can be done within a far shorter time frame, and usually for less cost than replacement of the pipes.
Providing A Diversity of System Renewal Solutions.
Inliner Technologies is an industry leader in Cured-in-Place pipe renewal (CIPP), and offers trenchless pipeline rehabilitation solutions to municipal and industrial clients looking for safe, cost-effective, and long-term solutions for their aging infrastructure needs.
Inliner Cured-in-Place pipe (CIPP) product has been used throughout the U.S. and Canada to protect, seal and renew over 30 million feet of sanitary, storm and industrial process piping.
For the last 25 years, Inliner has been delivering cutting-edge trenchless pipe renewal processes, and outstanding customer service to our clients across North America.
Inliner Technologies, LLC was established to manage, promote and continue to develop the CIPP technologies used by the Inliner network of installers. Inliner was first introduced to the United States in 1989 by the Kanal-Müeller Gruppe International, a German company who had been installing the product in Europe since 1985. In 1991, Reynolds Inc., a large Midwestern water and wastewater contractor decided to add the process of installing Cured-in-Place pipe (CIPP) to their roster of services as an Inliner licensee soon to be joined by Kenny Construction Company, Lametti & Sons, and Western Slope Utilities,and finally, Clean Water Works, Inc. in the network of Inliner installers. In 1999, Reynolds Inc. would purchase the technology and rights to license the Inliner process establishing Inliner Technologies,LLC as the technology and licensing company and Liner Products, LLC, the liner manufacturing company, both headquartered in Paoli, Indiana.
In 2005, Reynolds, Inc. was acquired by Layne, and as a result, Inliner Technologies and Liner Products, LLC are now part of the Layne corporate structure. With a successful track record since 1989, the sustained growth of the network has led to the current organization of certified installers consisting of over 40 crews, who together have installed over 20 million feet of Cured-in-place pipe. This organization shares in the development of improved processes, materials and most recently the introduction of a UV-Cured product known as Inliner STX.
Inliner Technologies continues to raise the bar on CIPP industry advancements.
Inliner's Innovations are creating a bright new future for wastewater system renewal. Year after year, we invest significantly in new technologies, equipment, methods and materials to drive the advancement of cured-in-place pipe products for the betterment of the industry. Recent innovations include Inliner STX, our UV cured-in-place pipe product. We've also recently made great strides in custom solutions for large-diameter steam-cured culverts and gravity pressure pipe applications. We continue to push and improve the product to perform higher than our customers' greatest expectations.