TRIC Tools and Max Liner Host L.A. Trenchless Pipe Rehab in December

Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Southern California will host two Trenchless Pipe Rehab Clinics, December 3rd and 5th. Max Liner, LLC will provide guests with a demo on their pipe lining technology and TRIC Tools will provide a demo with their latest pipe bursting technology on steel pipe. Both Max Liner and TRIC have found that they have had similar growing pains during the early foundation days of their companies. After earlier clinics in Northern California, both companies will rejoin forces with some added wrinkles at the clinics. Western Drain will be demonstrating a remote reinstatement robotic cutter and Pro Pipe will demonstrate ultraviolet point repair.

The December 3rd event will be hosted by the Greater Los Angeles Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractor's (PHCC) Training Center, 2869 Glenview Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90039. The clinic will begins at 10:00 a.m. and concludes at 3:00 p.m. The December 5th event will be hosted by Western Drain, 3188 E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92806. The Anaheim event will also run from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Both events will include a networking lunch.

Max Liner's John Williamson and Dave McArthur will travel to Los Angeles, where they will join Bob Grenier, TRIC's Municipal Sales Director, and Gregg Abbott, TRIC's Director of Sales. TRIC's Operations Director, Michael Lien, will join both parties at the Anaheim Clinic. "Come out to 'Lunch and Learn' with our new product line," said TRIC's Abbott. RSVP's should be sent to sales(at)trictrenchless(dot)com or by calling 510-865-8742, option 1.

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

TRIC Tools, Inc. is an pipe bursting, 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. TRIC may be found online at


Michael Lien


Michael Lien