1-Day Install

With all the great features and benefits of a RESINATING SOLUTION, how does it all come together?  The slide set below, documents the installation of a RESINATING Fiberglass Expansion Liner in a brick and mortar manhole in Saint Paul, Kansas.  That job was done on August 12th, restoring an 11’ deep, conical manhole, 42” in diameter at the bottom and 28” in diameter at the top. The slide set graphically tells the story of that installation.

The installation was completed in 1 day by 3 workers without doing any excavation work.  As documented on the press release tab on this site, Mark Smith, City Superintendent, Saint Paul said this about RESINATING and the RESINATING Expansion Liner that was installed: “I’m glad we finally found a solution for repairing our aging manholes.”

Similarly, several hundred feet of sewer pipe can be renewed in 1-day by installing RESINATING Fiberglass Expansion Liners.  When lining a sewer pipe, a 14’ long excavation is dug in the middle of the run to be lined with a smaller trench being dug at each end of the run for workspace.  Then working from the middle out, compressed, 12’ long sections of RESINATING Fiberglass Expansion Liners are inserted into the openings of the existing pipe through the 14’ trench, one after the other, in both directions and winched into place.  Having cleaned and then coated the walls of the existing pipe with bonding agent, the liners are expanded and  bonded to the walls with the seams sealed as the job progresses.

We believe you will find the slide set below, depicting the installation of a RESINATING Fiberglass Expansion Liner in a manhole to be very informative.

Overall, as the slide set points out, a manhole can be lined quickly and easily, providing a solid base for the municipality to use for many, many years to come.  The same is true for the installation of RESINATING Fiberglass Expansion Liners to renew and repair deteriorating sewer pipes as well.