Scotchkote Liner 2400 helps improve water quality and service life in existing potable water pipes. The quick curing polyurea formulation allows lined sections to be returned to service 90 minutes after application. It is a trenchless solution, spray applied using a spin cast method, avoiding much of the cost and community impacts of full pipe replacement.
Prevent corrosion and tuberculation
Restore and maintain internal pipe diameter
Repair cracks, pin holes and corrosion pitting
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3M™ Scotchkote™ Pipe Renewal Liner 2400 helps provide a cost effective solution to many of the problems common to potable water distribution systems. Its unique properties, combined with a trenchless spin cast application process, can efficiently coat the existing infrastructure—helping to restore internal pipe diameters, increasing flow, improving efficiency, minimizing water loss and helping to prevent additional corrosion and tuberculation. Scotchkote™ Liner 2400 offers a 10 minute set time and 60 minute cure followed by a 30 minute flush. The ability to reinstate a water main within 90 minutes of lining allows for same day return to service—reducing total cost, shortening construction schedules and minimizing disruptions to water customers, traffic and local businesses. Use for the rehabilitation of ductile, cast-iron or cement mortar lined ductile or cast iron drinking water mains between 4" (100mm) and 24" (610mm) in diameter.
Scotchkote Liner 2400 is NSF/ANSI-61 certified and approved for contact with drinking water in countries in North America, Asia and Europe. It is 100% solids and contains no epoxy resin.
Scotchkote Liner 2400 is applied exclusively by 3M Authorized Applicators using certified application equipment for trenchless rehabilitation of potable water pipes.
1.2 to 8mm dependent upon requirements, pipe diameter and bury depth - consult 3M Design and Installation Guide
Container Volume (metric)
Drinking Water Approvals
Reg 31(4)a, NSF/ANSI 61
Full Cure Time Temperature Time
60 second gel, 10 minute cure (CCTV), 60 minute total cure, 30 minute flush