Perma-Main™ Rehabilitates Pipes
Continuous Lining Manhole To Manhole
Perma-Main™ Top Gun™ Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) Manhole to Manhole Inversion Rehabilitation System. The Perma-Main™ Top Gun™ lining system is designed for 8″ – 24″ Diameter Pipelines. The materials are air inverted through existing manholes and steam cured in as little as 1 ½ hours. The Perma-Main™ Top Gun materials can be installed safely, fast, and efficient. Installations average 300FT to 600FT in length. Transitions from 6″ – 8″ can be accomplished in a single installation. Materials are delivered prewet out, ready for installation. Installation equipment is compact and user friendly.
- Operates With Air Only, No Water
- Compact, Less Equipment & Traffic
- Quick Inversion, Under 10 Minutes
- Safe, Contractor Friendly
- Formulated Resin Allows For Longer Pot Life
- Compact Equipment Equals Less Space Required
- Air Inversion, No Water Or Large Boiler Inversion Trucks
- Steam Cure, Half The Time Of Hot Water Cure Systems
- Pre-Impregnated Liner Delivered Project Specific
- 2017 NASSCO
- 2017 IAPMO certificate of listing
- PMG 1068 Final Report
- PMG 1074 Final Report
- Perma-Mainlining Specification
- Perma-Main HTS Labs Testing
- End Seal Literature
AIR TO INVERT
The Perma-Main™ Air Inversion Liner System allows for the liner to continuously invert through the existing pipeline using low air pressure. STEAM TO CURE Our compact 750,000 BTU Dry Steam Generators allows the liner to harden without the use of large boiler trucks, in half the time!
STEAM TO CURE
Our compact 750,000 BTU Dry Steam Generators allows the liner to harden without the use of large boiler trucks, in half the time!
Prevent against cuts and bruises...
Explore our new manhole edge protectors
- High-density ABS plastic
- Color fade built into the plastic
- Temp -40 to 180F with no deflection
- Safety orange identifying the site
- Protects camera and jetter lines
- Eliminate Top Edge Roller and top side tiger tail
- Thermal protection
- Helps prevent against cuts and bruises to personnel going in and out of the manhole