Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — On October 15th and 17th, 2013, Max Liner, LLC joined TRIC Tools, Inc. to demonstrate some of the latest technology for pipe rehabilitation. The two day event took place on October 15th in Alameda and on October 17th in Sacramento. The two companies hosted a number of TRIC's clients for the kickoff of the two joint Trenchless Pipe Rehab clinics. Max Liner, LLC, a leader in pipe lining technology, teamed up with TRIC Tools, a leader in pipe bursting technology. After the clinic, guests were treated to lunch. At lunch, Travis Allen of Smelly Mels remarked, "We do both lining and pipe bursting; both solve problems and both are the most profitable services we provide."
Max Liner's John Williamson and Dave McArthur traveled to Alameda, CA. Bob Grenier, TRIC's Municipal Sales Director, jumped right in to get a "hands-on" training on the the Max Liner technology. Bob then demonstrated TRIC's new 13HP 5000 psi pump with its X30 pipe bursting system. City of Pacifica, Affordable Trenchless, The Trenchless Company, Precision Engineering, Sanctified Plumbing, ABC Plumbing, Ace Plumbing, Roto Rooter Plumbing and Smelly Mel's Plumbing were some of the attendees at the 2-day event.
Max Liner/TRIC plan on hosting a similar event in Los Angeles during the week of December 2nd. Please stay tuned for more news about the upcoming clinics in Southern California.
Max Liner was founded in 1998 and provides cured in place pipe repair for the rehabilitation of underground pipelines. For more information on Maxliner's products and process visit http://www.Maxlinerusa.com.
TRIC Tools, Inc. is an infrastructure and environmental solutions company that provides proprietary technology, tools and services for trenchless rehabilitation and replacement of sewer, water, gas and other difficult to access underground pipes. TRIC holds four U.S. and International patents for its device and method of trenchless pipe replacement. In 1997, TRIC established the standards and created the industry for lateral replacement (homes' sewer line) using its pipe bursting technology.