The 2001L packers help users seal off infiltration at laterals from the mainline at the lowest cost. Other than acrylamide, they can pump chemical grouts reputed to be too sticky such as urethane.
The mainline sleeve expands to create a minimal grout mixing chamber. The grout migrates freely along the restricted expansion of the body of the lateral plug and seals defects, leaving only a tiny layer of grout in the lateral.
The packers are available with different void pressure monitoring systems; a conventional localized sensor (S) recommended for acrylamide and acrylate grouts, an in-wall water chamber sensor (W) recommended for stickier grouts such as urethanes and polyurethanes or both systems (S+W) for a more versatile use. The 2001L Lateral Packer comes standard with two grout ports and a third port dedicated for the test medium (air or water).
It works best with a five hose system or four hose system with a diverter valve at the packer end. Lateral Grouting Plugs can be interchanged in a matter of seconds to grout distances up to 20 feet if necessary. Lateral Grouting Plugs are available for 4″, 5″ or 6″ diameter laterals. Flexible housing extensions are needed for lateral grouting plugs 24″ or longer.
The 2001L model is available for 6″, 8″, 9″, 10″, 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″ and 30″ mainlines.
ICGA promotes the proper use of chemical grouting as a safe, economical and effective means to reduce ground water infiltration into sewer collection systems.
|2001L Lateral Packer|
|Approx. Length without Trolleys||Recommended Max. Pipe Diameter|
* As measured on the rubber.
For larger diameter contact our sales department.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Logiball Lateral Packer Void Volumes.
Use the Lateral Launcher to clean the laterals.
View list of parts for the lateral packers 2001L. (pdf file)
A Control Panel is available to operate the lateral packer from the truck.
Camera trolleys available
for 6″, 8″ & 10″ pipes.
Presentation of the 2001L Lateral Packer at the 2014 Pumper Environmental Expo:
We invite you to view this Webcast on Chemical Grouting: Control Infiltration and Sustain Existing Sewer
Collection System Assets – 091813: