History

For the last 25 years, Inliner® has been delivering cutting-edge trenchless pipe renewal processes, and outstanding customer service to our clients across North America.

IndustrialInliner Technologies, LLC was established to manage, promote and continue to develop the CIPP technologies used by the Inliner® network of installers. Inliner® was first introduced to the United States in 1989 by the Kanal-Müeller Gruppe International, a German company who had been installing the product in Europe since 1985. In 1991, Reynolds Inc., a large Midwestern water and wastewater contractor decided to add the process of installing Cured-in-Place pipe (CIPP) to their roster of services as an Inliner® licensee. In 1999, Reynolds Inc. would purchase the technology and rights to license the Inliner® process establishing Inliner Technologies, LLC as the technology and licensing company and Liner Products, LLC, the liner manufacturing company, both headquartered in Paoli, Indiana.

In 2005, Reynolds, Inc. was acquired by Layne, and as a result, Inliner Technologies and Liner Products, LLC are now part of the Layne corporate structure. With a successful track record since 1989, Inliner Technologies' certified installers, consisting of Layne Inliner and Lametti and Sons Inc., have installed more than 30 million feet of cured-in-place pipe ranging in diameters from 4" to 106." The organizations share in the development of improved processes, materials and most recently the introduction of a UV-Cured product known as Inliner STX.