The benefits are clear


Pipes restored, but still having to wait for days or weeks until it can be put back into service? Not with SAERTEX-LINER® (Premium)!

The follow-up procedures can be done immediately after curing. This applies both to the liner connections in the shafts as well as opening of the inputs with the usual techniques. An invaluable benefit for residents and clients alike. As a rule, it takes just four hours to install a liner and put the renovated sewer system back into service. ... And when using SAERTEX LINER® Premium, it goes even faster!

start in the morning, done by the evening


You will barely set eyes on the SAERTEX-LINER® between its arrival at the site and the completion of the rehabilitation works. The liner will be drawn into the old pipe immediately after a sliding foil has been put into place. The light-weight liner means that its tensile strength, due to the longitudinal reinforcement of the liner, is able to absorb any winching forces, thus avoiding the liner being torn off or over-expanded.


Installation of the SAERTEX-LINER® is carried out using compressed air. If there is still some water in the pipe line or in existing depressions, this water will be displaced evenly. The result is that the installed SAERTEX-LINER® fits perfectly to the wall of the old pipe.

curing: economical, environmentally-friendly, safe


The SAERTEX-LINER® can be cured by both steam or UV light. Compared to the curing of conventional needled felt liners with hot water, these two methods require little energy, handy equipment and very short curing times.

Curing of SAERTEX-LINERS® with either UV light or steam is cost-effective. UV curing process has some advantages whilst the steam curing process is favourable in cases of thicker walled liners.

Detailed discussions in the planning of your rehabilitation projects will ensure that the most cost-effective solution will be used.

immediate tightness check


In contrast to other host liners, the inner film of the SAERTEX-LINER® just serves as an aid to installation and is removed immediately following the curing process. This means that you can immediately check the tightness of the laminate in the rehabilitated pipe as required by DIN EN 1610.

Various tests carried out by independent test institutes continue to attest to excellent results being achieved by SAERTEX-LINER®. The foundation for the liner’s tight fit is created during the manufacturing process.

complete documentation


We attach great importance to provision of complete documentation from production and packaging to dispatch and installation. Therefore, each transportation box contains a thermo-recorder along with the liner from its packing in Saerbeck to its installation site.

The appropriate storage and handling of the liner is therefore documented over the entire period, another important element constituting the high quality of SAERTEX LINER®.

The same principle applies to the installation. The entire process is electronically controlled, supervised and documented. The complete documentation will be handed over to you as soon as the rehabilitation works are complete.

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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