PICOTE LINER GLIDER
Impregnation of liners by spreading the resin evenly inside the liner.
- When impregnating the lining, it is very important that it is supported on a stable, even surface at all times.
- The liner is easiest to impregnate evenly with Liner Glider when the process is done on sufficient size table.
- If the working environment is extremely hot, use ice or other coolants to increase the working time of the mixed resin. Check the instructions from the resin manufacturer for detailed information.
- Ensure that the resin mixing and impregnation areas are properly ventilated before using the equipment. The operator must wear air respirator system if the working space does not have sufficient enough ventilation to avoid inhalation of potentially harmful vapors.
- Do not overfill the lining to be impregnated. Add the resin in a controlled manner and use the Liner Glider to spread the resin evenly inside the lining. • The lining needs to be properly wetted out. Dry locations will create weak points in structure after the liner is cured. Check the prepared lining carefully, ensuring that the colour of the lining is constant throughout its length.
- Avoid using too much resin to avoid possible spills and excess resin slugs in the rehabilitated pipe.
SELECTING THE SILICONE RING
CHANGING THE SILICONE RINGS
There are five (5) different size silicone rings available with the Liner Glider. Instructions for changing silicone rings are presented on pages 7-9. The ring size table is shown below.
Select the correct size silicone rings according to the lining manufacturer instructions.
To exchange or replace the silicone rings simply pull them out off the roller as indicated in the figure below. Repeat for the other side.
Pull the correct size silicone rings from the storage rack on each side the handle.
Add the correct size silicone rings to the roller. Repeat for the other side.
Push the remaining silicone rings onto each side of the storage rack so they are secured on the Liner Glider