THE installation: FAST, SAFE, Economic


1. Installation process


  • Insertion of the gliding foil
  • Insertion of liner using a winch

2. Installation PROCESS


  • Assembly of working packers
  • Assembly of connection pipes between packer and engine

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3. Installation Process


  • Calibration of the SAERTEX-LINER® using compressed air
  • Insertion of the light source
  • Curing as detailed in the installation instruction

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4. Installation Process


  • Removal of the packers at the liner ends in the manhole
  • Removal of inner film and afterwards leakage test (not necessary for the SAERTEX-LINER® Premium)
  • Opening of side inlets and thus fast recommissioning of line and sewerage network

Saerbeck, 10th October 2018

Inventory & company holidays in December (Plant Saerbeck)

Due to our annual inventory we would like you to take following dates into consideration during your planning. Our office team will be available to assist as usual.

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Saerbeck, 01st October 2018

8TH SAERBECK PIPE SYMPOSIUM: 26. & 27.09.2019

On these days we will open the doors to the 8th Saerbeck Pipe Symposium in Münsterland.

Of course you will again find exciting lectures, interesting exhibitors in the indoor and outdoor area, live demonstrations and a great evening programme.

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Saerbeck, 06th June 2018

"SCHOOL GRADE" 1.5 FOR THE SHAFT-LINER OF SAERTEX multiCom

Our long-standing customer Swietelsky-Faber scored "very good (1.5)" with its SF shaft liner in a retest of the ICT product test "shaft rehabilitation". 

At our booth at IFAT in Munich last week, IKT-Managing Director Roland W. Waniek presented the IKT product test seal to Jörg Brunecker, Managing Director of Swietelsky-Faber.

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Saerbeck, 19th October 2017

New production and warehouse facility for SAERTEX multiCom

The construction work began early October on a new warehouse and production facility for SAERTEX multiCom at the site in Saerbeck. The project involves the installation of additional new production systems to expand the capacity for GRP-liners at the facility, which covers a surface area of  4,500 m2. The field of house connection liners (HASE) is being expanded with new areas, especially for the packaging, the impregnation, and the storage of the new light-cured liner.

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