Lining solutions for the 21st century

As one of the leading manufacturers in the field of trenchless  rehabilitation of sewer pipes you can expect more from us than an "off the shelf" product: As a system supplier you can get an all-round package from us - individually planned and produced for your project.  And from the classic GRP-liner (also for the pressure range), the GRP-house connection liner to the GRP-hat profile. And of course, much more.

In our production facilities in Saerbeck, Münsterland and in Huntersville, North Carolina (USA), our products, from glass fibre to ready-to-install products, are manufactured in-house. This unique flexibility allows us to offer our clients high quality, short delivery times and customised solutions at all times. These are properties that provide our partners invaluable benefits both in the planning phase and during the installation.

Economical, innovative, flexible, quick!

In the period from the arrival of our products at the construction site until the completion of the rehabilitation work the residents will hardly be affected. Our trenchless rehabilitation procedures, which usually last no longer than one day, provide invaluable benefits.

  • Low noise, dust and exhaust pollution for residents
  • Hardly any disruptions in road and delivery traffic
  • No week-long closures of streets and sidewalks  
  • Optimal use even in spatially confined spaces
  • No excavation of soil - thus conserving tree roots etc.
  • Immediate reopening of the sewer

These are just a few factors that favour the use of our products.

Faser zum Liner

How UV CIPP Works

Manufacturers Describe Background, Application Of UV Systems

By Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor | July 2015, Vol. 70, No. 7

Manufacturers of cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) liners cured by ultraviolet light are enthusiastic about prospects of growth for this method of pipe rehabilitation.

Reline America Inc. is the exclusive North American manufacturer of Alphaliner ultra-violet glass reinforced, cured-in-place pipe (UV CIPP). Alphaliner is available for non-pressurized applications in pipe diameters from six to 54 inches. In addition, Reline America manufactures a state-of-the-art UV-light installation equipment system specific to Alphaliner. Previously Alphaliner was known as Blue-Tek.

Saertex multiCom has been manufacturing and supplying worldwide, UV-cure GRP (glass reinforced pipe) CIPP (cured-in-place-pipe) liners since 1996 and offers non-pressure, M & S+, pressure, S+ premium and potable water, S+XR liners, the equipment for installation and on-going training and support to contractors and utility providers.


Saerbeck, 30 June 2015

Thank you very much!

The 6th Saerbecker Kanalsanierungsschau lies only two weeks behind us and we would like seize this opportunity to say a big thank you to all exhibitors and speakers who helped make such a huge success of the event in Münsterland on 18 & 19 June 2015!

We also want to thank  all visitors, participants and guests who took part, sometimes having travelled long distances to join us, as well as the helpers who did everything to ensure that our guests felt welcome.

The event with more than 300 international visitors (... from Argentina, Brazil, USA, Russia, Japan, China, Spain, Italy, France, UK, Poland, Czech Republic, ... including of course Germany) were able to enjoy interesting lectures, moderated live demonstrations, tours and production of an exhibition with more than 30 specialist exhibitors, bolstered by lovely spring weather.

The day ended with an evening event in the premises of SAERTEX multiCom in a relaxed Bavarian atmosphere (until the wee hours) ...

If you ever want to reminisce the event, then you are welcome to look at the photos. Have fun and see you next time: We look forward to welcoming you!

Your team of SAERTEX multiCom


New York, 24. April 2015
By Jim Rush ( 

Relining Culverts with UV-Curing in Popular N.Y. Tourist Spot

Constructed between 1931 and 1935, the Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway in Wilmington, N.Y., is popular among tourists and outdoor enthusiasts trekking to the top of the 4,865-ft peak. The toll road winds its way eight miles to the summit, offering sweeping views of the Adirondacks and Lake Placid in northern New York.
The road is unique in that it is actually maintained by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation — not the Department of Transportation (DOT). Additionally, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located within a forest preserve. More than 70,000 people make the trip up the roadway to the summit in the busy season, which runs from about mid-May to mid-October.


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