Pipeline Renewal Technologies’ WWETT 2018 Recap

Pipeline Renewal Technologies’ WWETT 2018 Recap

Thank you for visiting Pipeline Renewal Technologies at WWETT 2018. Here's a recap of all the new and noteworthy products.

Powerful Cutting in Tight Spaces

Small-diameter IMS cutters provide powerful air-driven cutting and milling capability in drainlines. With automated inchworm-style movement, extended range and multiple axes of articulation, these cutters deliver precision and productivity.

Feel Confident in Your Cure

VeriCure provides peace of mind when installing CIPP. It monitors cure temperature continuously along a liner during installation, ensuring no area goes undercooked, while saving the time and expense associated with over-cooking.

Expedite Point Repair with Quick-Lock

Positioned by a crawler and expanded pneumatically, the Quick-Lock sewer rehab sleeve provides structural, trenchless pipe repair with heavy-gauge 316L stainless steel, as well as infiltration abatement with an EPDM rubber gasket. Quick-Lock repairs longitudinal cracks, holes, separated joints, abandoned laterals and much more.

Clean and Inspect in a Single Pass with Cleansteer

Using powerful water jets for propulsion and steering, CleanSteer maneuvers around obstacles and through wyes as it inspects and cleans drainlines. It traverses multiple bends in lines as small as 2 inches.

IST Robots Provide Powerful Mainline Cutting

Whether prepping for relining or reinstating laterals afterward, IST mainline cutters provide the power and uptime you need to cut heavy coupons, grind offsets and protruding taps, and remove heavy roots and calcification. They handle lines up to 28-inches diameter and travel up to 660 feet.

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