The "B" Steam Station is used alongside with the "A" Steam Station for air inversion Of CIPP Liners.
Once a CIPP liner has been fully inverted, the liner is connected to the "B" Steam Station for steam curing. The liner can be connected via the installation of a banded steam can (liner must be deflated) or the use of a Stab Pipe (liner remains inflated at all times) with either method connected to the "B" Steam Station on the surface using steam hose. Unit contains temperature and pressure gauges. Pressure and air flow through the liner is precisely controlled by a gate valve.