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FAQ

Q: How do I learn to use the MaxLiner System?
A: Training begins upon delivery of your MaxLiner System.  We schedule a convenient time to meet at your facility to thoroughly train your team.  This typically takes two days; however we will ensure that more time is given until you are proficient and confident in the use of the MaxLiner system. We can also be in attendance on the job site to support and guide your team, as needed.

Q: How long will it take for me to receive materials and equipment from MaxLiner?
A: MaxLiner’s Distribution Plant in Martinsville, Virginia carries a vast amount of inventory for our Customers. If the item you are requiring is in stock, it can be at your facility overnight or in approximately 7 days for standard shipping. If, by chance, these items are not in stock, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.

Q: Are there franchising or licensing fees?
A: No. There are no expensive hidden costs or exclusive territories. So you can start offering this revolutionary system to your customers now!

Q: How will I know which resins and liners to use for a specific job?
A: MaxLiner’s Inversion Chart indicates specific uses for our wide selection of resins and liners. Also, our technical services staff remains available 24 hours a day for your questions.

Q: Can I effectively line a pipe, such as a drain line, that has a 90-degree bend?
A: Yes. MaxLiner’s WovoLiner is a soft, woven, extremely flexible liner that was specifically designed with this scenario in mind. The WovoLiner will effectively negotiate bends with minimal binding or wrinkling, and will also be effective for diameter transitions.

Q: Most laterals in my area start out as 4″ cast iron and transition to 6″ clay. Are these possible to line?
A: Yes. MaxLiner carries a variety of liners which have substantial expansion capabilities to perform well in diameter transition scenarios.

Q: How long does it take for MaxLiner’s MaxPox Resins to cure ambiently?
A: There is no exact answer to this question, as there are many different variables involved (i.e. ground temperature, quantity of resin, type of resin, etc.). We can, however, tell you that the timeframe for unassisted curing ranges from 4 to 12 hours.

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