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Fast Pipe Lining Switches to Perkadox 26 From Perkadox 16

New NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) Regulations (Jan 1, 2016) changing the catalyst Perkadox 16 to a Class 1 hazardous material, Fast Pipe Lining has selected Perkadox 26 as a replacement catalyst used for styrene resins. Conforming to the new Perkadox regulations would require a large capital investment to upgrade storage facilities for Perkadox 16 at our (or any) facility along with expected increased shipping costs for Perkadox 16. Perkadox 26 is an ideal replacement that costs less than Perkadox 16, maintains the same use requirements (one pound of Perkadox 16 equal to a pound of Perkadox 26). The only difference between the two Perkadox products is Perkadox 26 (a flake like material) will only dissolve at specific temperatures for use, thus a catalyst blending unit is required. In the field, heat cure procedures for curing resins with Perkadox 26 remains unchanged.

Fast Pipe Lining, Inc. is a company focused on providing prepared Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) liners ready for installation by local contractors. Corporate offices are based in Illinois, with CIPP liner wet-out facilities in Illinois and New York. Fast Pipe Liners, Inc is not a licensed or franchise business, merely a material supplier providing high quality, ready to install CIPP liners to contractors.

Fast Pipe Lining, Inc. provides resin saturated CIPP liners for the rehabilitation in place of existing pipes including sanitary sewers, storm sewers, process wastewater lines, low-pressure force mains and roadway culverts. Brick, stone and even wood pipes have been lined with CIPP liners. CIPP liners can be installed within a variety of pipe materials including clay, asbestos, concrete, ductile iron, steel and corrugated metal. CIPP liners can be installed in round, elliptical, egg-shaped or even rectangular structures - depending on the circumstances.
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To the CIPP lining contractor, Fast Pipe Lining, Inc. can eliminate the capital costs and operational hassles of CIPP liner preparation. Wet-out facilities that operate at higher capacity can prepare CIPP liners more economically with the savings that are passed on to the contractor. Preparing large quantities of CIPP liners requires volume bulk purchasing of resins by the tanker load, additional savings that are passed on to the installer.

Wide Product Range:

Fast Pipe Lining, Inc. can provide CIPP liners from 3 to 96 inches in diameter. CIPP liners can be ordered to suit specific installation requirements including extra thick or reinforced sections, transitions and reduced diameter downtubes. Liners can be ordered for inversion or winch-in-place installation for use with steam or hot water curing systems.

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Fast Pipe Lining, Inc. wet-out facilities are geared for high volume output of resin saturated CIPP liners. Using refrigerated transport trucks, liners can be shipped anywhere in the US. Contractors can provide their own refrigerated trucks for transport to and storage at the worksite.

Fast Pipe Lining, Inc. can provide a wide range of resins suitable for any type of applications. Styrene based resins, non-styrenated resins, vinyl ester resins and epoxies can be used to prepare CIPP liners. All prepared CIPP liners are monitored for consistency during the wet-out process with gel tests performed on every 500 pounds of catalyzed resin. If requested, plate samples are prepared & shipped with individual liners