Presentation on theme: "Expert Panel on Liners This seminar is an attempt to involve the audience as much as possible in so far as to allow you to essentially control the content."— Presentation transcript:
Expert Panel on Liners This seminar is an attempt to involve the audience as much as possible in so far as to allow you to essentially control the content and enhance your educational experience Please use the note cards to write down your biggest challenge in as few words as possible We will use as many as time allows for discussion purposes
Please Turn Your Cell Phones to Silent, Vibration, or Off Should you need to excuse yourself to respond to a call please do so with as little disruption to those around you as possible. That includes quietly closing the door as you exit the room too.
Expert Panel on Liners Working Together to Solve Your Biggest Challenges
Preview Purpose of this class is to examine and offer solutions to the most difficult challenges we face relating to the installation, repair and or replacement of vinyl liners. This is an interactive event requiring and promoting participation from everyone in this room. We will attempt to offer solutions to every situation presented. Most situations have a multitude of remedies and as such if you have input based upon your experience do not hesitate to contribute your solution.
Introductions Mark Widman, Senior Designer Garrett Liners and Safety Covers more than 30 yrs of expertise related to the design and fabrication of liners and safety covers Frank Christiana President The Liner Specialists, Inc Liner and Safety Cover Specialists Jeff Maroney A.L.M. Leak Detection LLC, Expert Diving Services and Leak Detection Specialist Chris Lightenberg President Lightenberg Enterprises Consulting, Training and Measuring Services
Assessment Detailed evaluation of site is critical Effects every aspect of the project Allows for proper planning Anticipate potential problems Pressure Test lines Helps to understand true costs Enables full disclosure to customer of potential added costs Insures profitability Considering use of a subcontractor rather than turning job down.
Measuring Are Walls Plumb? Is Pool Square? Changing Coping? Concrete Conversions Diving or Non-Diving AB XY Perimeter and cross dimensions Measuring Services in your area?
Draining Local restrictions Water chemistry prior to draining Retention methods Compromising structural integrity Fast draining vs slow draining
Structural Repair or replace Straighten bows Re-plumbing walls Scrape and wire brush POR, spray or liquid zinc Repair panels Caulk, Spray Foam, and or Duct Tape Wall foam
Dewatering Proper French drain on site? Install one? Poor mans French drain techniques Is it prone to liner float issues Check for proper drainage Crock it Resetting Liner Floats
Install Problems In adequate vacuum Caulk, Spray Foam, and or Duct Tape Add more Vacs To cold or too hot Reconfiguring floor vs another liner Wrinkle removal techniques Perimeter reduction for to much bead