As a small business owner, you provide your customers with the best possible experience. Our team at Thermoform assists you with this by delivering a technological innovation that you can count on at all times. Our PVC liners vs. CIPP liners help you build your reputation as a trusted, thorough trenchless pipe rehabilitation provider so that you can maintain a successful and thriving contracting business.

Adheres to Any Type or Size of Pipe

The unique, patented compound in our PVC liners allows you to work on complicated shapes of host pipes. This compound’s flexibility conforms to changes in the diameter and shape of the pipe. It easily handles bends and curves. The flexibility also allows you to restore pipes measuring up to 36 inches in diameter, so you can expand your services to commercial and municipal clients.

Quick Curing Rate

We formulated our compound and liners to cure quickly. Steam penetrates the liner, allowing your crew to cure it at a lower pressure. This keeps technicians safe and reduces the curing time requirement. The quick steam curing reduces project completion time and results in high levels of customer satisfaction.

Environmentally Sound

Our PVC liners do not create any emissions. Your crew remains safe, even in enclosed working conditions, such as a client’s basement. The PVC alloy in our fold-and-form liners is not water-soluble, so no chemicals leach into the wastewater supply. The installation and curing process requires no mixing, so your crew stays safe and no chemicals spill onto the worksite.

At Thermoform, we offer ongoing customer support and information about our products. Our in-depth training ensures that every liner you install results in a successful project. Why wait? Enjoy the benefits of PVC fold and form pipe liners vs. cured in place pipe liners today.

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Case Studies

5th December 2022

A growing problem under New Mexico

In Albuquerque, New Mexico, the aging sewer infrastructure has become a primary concern with parts of the concrete pipe structure being more than 50 years old.

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