Protective Liner Systems, Inc.

Protective Liner Systems offer a full range of products for infrastructure rehabilitation, primary focused on manhole rehabilitation.All of our products are made to work with most pipe lining technologies and most materials used in municipal and industrial sewers. We offer more then just one solution to our customers. We have a wide range of products to solve specific problems at different price points. We give our applicators and customers options to fit their needs.

Company details

P.O. Box 921, 6691 Tribble Street , Lithonia , Georgia (US) 30058 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater
Market Focus:
Locally (one state or province)

All of our products have been proven in the field before they are sold. Laboratory testing can only go so far. We make sure that our products can can be used in the field by actual crews effectively at a competitive price point. We know the best products on paper are worthless if they can't perform in the real world.

Our products are made in the USA. This allows us to maintain the highest level of consistent quality in the industry. Our products are produced and packaged in our facilities.


In the late 1980’s, managers and inventors associated with Protective Liner Systems developed and patented a cure-in-place glass-fiber bag which was manufactured to match the internal dimensions of the manhole or host structure to be rehabilitated. The glass-fiber bags were impregnated with epoxy resin, inserted in the structure, inflated and expanded with an internal bladder, then heat cured. The bladder was then removed and lateral and invert openings were cleared. That process formed a cured-in-place composite liner which bonded to the host structure. Drawbacks to the process were that it required extensive specialized equipment and presented potential for error in measurement of the host structure and in the manufacturing and installation of the bag. Also problems with the bag completely adhering to the manhole caused complications.

In 1989, a hand-applied composite process was developed which requires only minimal equipment for installation and eliminates the need for tedious measurement and precision bag manufacturing. All structures, regardless of size or shape, can be lined by the same process. We are still using this process today to rehabilitate hundreds of brick and concrete structures. We have named our process the PerpetuWall Composite Liner System.