Equipment

A Full-Service Trenchless Equipment Fabrication Shop

LMK’s fabrication department is capable of 3-D prototyping and machining on a 3-axis CNC machine as well as MIG, TIG, plasma cutting, and metal rolling. LMK also builds custom lining wet-out trailers and all support equipment necessary to efficiently and effectively rehabilitate lateral sewer pipe lines, main-to-lateral connections and manholes. With a specialization in custom tailoring trenchless lining equipment to the specific needs of the contractor/installer, LMK takes pride in its team of qualified and innovative individuals including a full-time Technology Team. We encourage you to learn more on how LMK can assist your company in designing the trenchless equipment you need by contacting info@lmktechnologies.com or by calling 815-640-9302 to schedule your personal tour of the LMK manufacturing and fabrication facilities.

The LMK Line of Trenchless Lining Equipment Includes:

  • Wet-Out Trailers
  • Steam Trucks or Steamers
  • LMK 5-Liner Installation System LMK’s 5-Line System for T-Liner® installation is a classic and proven system for renewing main-to-lateral connections in two hours or less without any digging. Features include a daylight viewable monitor, an 8hp gasoline powered generator, up and downstream hose rollers, a robotic positioner, and a quick connect air hose.
  • LMK Lateral Launch Inversion Tank The LMK Inversion Tank is the last word in inversion tanks and lateral lining equipment. This launcher allows the rehabilitation of a lateral pipe through a cleanout directed either upstream, downstream, or even through an inside cleanout. The tank includes three safety valves, windows, and a pressurized camera port which allows the installer can visually verify.
  • Schwalm Robots LMK is a distributor for Schwalm Robotic Systems. The Schwalm Robot is a cutter, grinder, mainline camera, and it can be used to install LMK’s T-Liner, Shorty™, or Stubby™ main-to-lateral CIPP Liners. More information about the Schwalm Robot can be found in the Schwalm section under equipment.

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