Pipe rehabilitation system provider, installation contractor join forces to address pressure pipe market
Under a new licensing agreement with RS Technik, Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR) will be able to use the company's new RS BlueLine® pipe rehabilitation system to repair pressure pipelines throughout North America...
|IPR will be performing CIPP repairs using RS Technik's installation system featuring state-of-the-art mobile wet out units and computer-controlled resin ratio and mixing system.|
CARY, NC, July 12, 2011 -- Under a new licensing agreement with RS Technik, Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR) will be able to use the company's new RS BlueLine® pipe rehabilitation system to repair pressure pipelines throughout North America.
RS BlueLine features a mobile wet-out unit and computer-controlled resin ratio and mixing system used to prepare the fiberglass reinforced BlueLiner with MaxPox® epoxies, formulated exclusively for RS by The Dow Chemical Company (Dow). These features help ensure consistent quality installs with faster response and installation time -- both of which are important to the long-term performance of the repair and overall protection of the surrounding community and environment.
"Everyone recognizes the need for a proven trenchless repair method for pressure pipelines, not only in the water market, but in the wastewater and industrial markets as well," stated Joanne Hughes, Senior Vice President of RS Lining Systems with exclusive representation of RS Technik in the Americas. "RS Technik's CIPP systems have been designed, in part, to address this need and have had great success in Europe," added Ms. Hughes.