Understanding Inversion Lining

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When your client has a long pipe that needs rehabilitation, a coated inversion liner is an optimal solution. Masterliner Incorporated’s durable inversion liners provide you with an effective solution for fast and long-lasting pipe repairs.

Before you get started offering this service or expanding it to more clients, here’s what you need to know about the process of installing inversion liners.

How It Works

In our manufacturing facility, we coat the inversion liners with resin. This resin fully covers the fiberglass or felt fibers of the liner. This wet-out process takes place with hydraulic equipment. The equipment constantly monitors the thickness and flow rate, resulting in a consistent product. We cut the length of the CIPP liner your project requires. In the field, the speedy installation process goes smoothly with our pipe pullers. Steam or hot air curing of the resin completes the installation process.


Our inversion CIPP liners are designed to rehabilitate long lengths of pipe. Use them on long sewer laterals for residential or commercial properties. The liners adhere to PVC, lead, concrete, and clay pipes.

Advantages of Inversion Lining

The inversion lining process makes use of a chemically resistant liner. It doesn’t degrade in the presence of acidic, alkaline, or corrosive materials. Grease and other substances don’t stick to it, and tree roots can’t penetrate through it. The cured resin doesn’t leach chemicals into groundwater. These trenchless pipe repair liners also resist extreme cold and heat of up to 494 degrees Fahrenheit. Their 50-year lifespan surpasses most pipes.

Inversion liner installation transforms dilapidated or failed pipes into fully functional plumbing components. Our materials, supplies, and products for inverted pipe liners allow you to expand your range of services. As a result, you get to complete more work orders in less time.

For additional information and product specifications, reach out to us at Masterliner today.

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