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    When an aging pipe needs to be repaired, trenchless methods are a fast, durable, and cost-effective way to do it. One way to go about repairing a dilapidated pipe is with inversion sewer lining. This type of pipe relining process uses a liner that’s impregnated with resin. Read on to learn about Masterliner’s coated inversion liner products and how they work.

    About Inversion Liners

    Inversion CIPP liners are used to reline old pipes and extend their lifespan. They’re typically used on small drain pipes that measure up to eight inches in diameter. This type of pipe rehabilitation can be used on residential and commercial pipes. The resin liner conforms to changes in diameter and bends, making the process ideal for tricky and older plumbing structures.

    How These Work

    To perform an inversion liner installation, you just need to create one access point. The process can also be performed through a manhole opening. The liner is placed in the inverted position inside the pipe in need of rehabilitation. The resin touches the inside of the pipe. Compressed air fills the liner and pushes the resin against the pipe’s contours. Hot air or water cures the resin and bonds it to the pipe’s walls.

    Benefits of Inversion Liners

    Inversion lining products are resistant to abrasion, corrosion, and chemicals. Only one access point is required to install them, so these projects can be completed in less time and with less disturbance to your clients. The curing time ranges from 45 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees Fahrenheit to seven hours at a temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Inversion liners are an affordable way to repair aging plumbing infrastructure. It minimizes disruptions and allows water or sewer line service to be restored quickly. For more details about an inverted CIPP liner, contact Masterliner today.

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