The all-cure Heliam Scrim Liner – the first fully manufactured liner product from HammerHead Trenchless – is ‘Made in the USA’ and engineered to prevent longitudinal stretch for more accurate, reliable landings.
Manufactured by HammerHead Trenchless at its Wisconsin-based factory, Heliam Scrim is a reinforced liner that minimizes longitudinal stretch and assures accurate inversion lengths. “Heliam is engineered to reduce overshooting, so our customers can hit their exact mark without going into the main or needing to remove excess liner,” said Tara Schroeder, product manager for HammerHead Trenchless. “The product requires lower inversion pressure, making it easier to invert onsite.”
Another benefit of Heliam Scrim is that it can be used with all curing methods, a trait that is reflected in the name. Heat (HE); light cure (LI) and ambient (AM) provide the backdrop for the name, reflecting all three CIPP curing methodologies. “With Heliam in your shop, you have a versatile product that can accommodate the curing needs of any job with added peace-of-mind of knowing you have an effective, reliable liner,” said Schroeder.
Currently available in diameters of 4-in. and 6-in., Heliam Scrim is suitable for straight shot applications and bends up to 45 degrees. The product will be available in either dry rolls or pre-wet out options and sold in two roll lengths: 165 ft and 330 ft.
As with all HammerHead liner and resin systems, Heliam is tested and certified to meet and comply with industry installation standards, including ASTM F1216. “Heliam has gone through rigorous testing to ensure it meets the quality standards our customers have come to expect from HammerHead,” Schroeder said. “It will perform as expected with minimal shrinkage that achieves the goal of a quality product that extends the life of the pipe,” she added.
Heliam Scrim is available for purchase at hammerheadshop.com or by calling 920-648-4848. Next day delivery can be accommodated, and Heliam Scrim will be stocked and ready to ship from HammerHead order fulfillment centers across the country and in Canada.
SOURCE – HammerHead Trenchless