EnviroCure by Applied Felts: Your Answer to CIPP Styrene Emissions

After five years of investing extensive resources into research and development, Applied Felts has developed a solution to address the CIPP market’s concern about the safety of styrene emissions in the CIPP process.

EnviroCure vastly reduces if not eliminates styrene emissions and odor on the job site before, during and after your installations — taking away the significant cost and unpredictability of styrene-free resin systems.

An independent study conducted by Indiana University-Purdue University, October 2021, concluded, EnviroCure reduces on-site styrene emissions by up to less than 1 ppb. Actual job site reports very minimal detectable odors in reefer trucks when doors are opened, or in steam flumes or manholes (sense of smell is even more acute/sensitive than 20 ppb acceptable threshold).

EnviroCure provides a safer and less expensive option versus more costly styrene-free resins for all mainline CIPP installations that typically use styrenated resin systems. 

Installation successes

Applied Felts’ decades-long history of extending the life of sewer and water pipes using rigorously tested, 100% in-house, vertically integrated manufacturing processes has allowed Applied Felts CIPP felt and hybrid liners to be a leader in the trenchless pipeline rehabilitation market since its close involvement with the invention of CIPP liners in the 1970s. 

Using the same process as its felt liners, Applied Felts reinforces its hybrid liners with highly engineered flexible fiberglass, adding significant strength for both internal and external load applications.

Using only the highest quality raw materials available, products such as Applied Felts’ flame- or stitch-bonded liners allow for greater flexibility in the field. Innovations include lateral liner and in-house applications, which are dependable small-diameter liner ranges for your every need; and Duraflex liners, a wide range to accommodate varying bends, lengths and diameter changes.

These single-layer felt liners — with an array of polymer choices for your particular resin system — are best suited for on-site, vacuum impregnation in plumbing applications. These heat- or ambient-cured liners are highly flexible and available in custom lengths.

The PVC FlexLiner is a polyester fiber, flexible liner made with a styrenated resin-resistant PVC coating to accommodate the requirement for liners of varying thicknesses and up to 45-degree bends.

The SuperFlex is a polyurethane coated fleece liner for use in pipes with up to 90-degree bends.

The WovoLiner features circular-knitted PE fibers, uniquely bonded to a seamless, impermeable PU coating. This extremely flexible liner is ideal for use on multiple bends up to 90 degrees with minimal wrinkling and a wide range of diameter transitions such as 4- to 6-inch. 

WovoGlass is coming soon and is the company’s latest innovation with improved dynamic flexibility for relining diameter changes with improved physical property strength.

Applied Felts also offers a wide range of calibration tubes called CalTubes for your lateral installation needs. Applied Felts’ single-layer, PVC-coated, PE CalTubes are made in your choice of stitched, or innovative high frequency seamed options. Their 2- to 12-inch diameter CalTubes can be used in inversion, pull-in and “blind-shot” installations. 

And, making your job even easier, streamline your next job with pre-impregnated liners from anywhere in North America with Applied Felts’ five strategically-located regional wet-out facilities at FerraTex Solutions. 

Applied Felts is a world-class CIPP manufacturer, pioneering the way forward by innovating solutions for trenchless pipeline repair industry-wide for over 40 years. Be more than prepared on every job site with the right lateral equipment, materials and support with MaxLiner liners and CalTubes manufactured by Applied Felts.

276-656-1904 | www.appliedfelts.com | 844-433-7728 | www.ferratex.com | 877-426-5948 | www.maxlinerusa.com 


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