Products

Backed by over 35 years of expertise, MTC delivers exceptional product quality and affordability by focusing on first-class materials and state-of-the-art manufacturing.

MTC also offers convenience. MTube is available wet or dry in diameters from 6-96 inches, allowing customers to choose the best option for their unique rehabilitation needs.

Each step of the MTC manufacturing process uses the highest quality standards as benchmarks.

The Process
The process begins with the finest quality raw synthetic fibers which must pass stringent quality standards before being woven into tubes. Next, MTubes run a gamut of exacting quality checks such as weight, thickness, density and strength that help ensure consistency and thickness.

Quality is further woven into the MTC manufacturing process by:

  • Sewing the seams instead of flame joining
  • Heat-bonding the coating
  • Utilizing polypropylene coatings instead of polyurethane

Features and Benefits
Butt-sewn seams provide strength and produce a smooth, uniform pipe wall while the heat-bonded coating seals the stitching and provides an impermeable, watertight covering. MTubes then receive a polypropylene coating, which is thicker than standard coatings. This polypropylene layer provides a higher melt temperature and produces a lower coefficient of friction.

MTCs unique combination of sewn seams and the polypropylene coating makes MTubes more robust and less prone to rips or tears during the installation process.

Each of these benefits underscores MTC’s commitment to provide superior quality CIPP tubing at affordable prices. Now there is a better option to decrease costs and enhance quality - MTC.

Technical Data

MTC is proud to introduce MTube® Integra™
Reduce your installation costs and improve your operational efficiency with MTube® Integra™ - the pull-in and inflate liner now available from Mississippi Textiles Corporation (MTC). Click here to view detailed product information.


"The reason we chose MTC was because 1) MTube is a quality product, and 2) logistically, they are very close for transporting - the location is a couple hundred miles closer than the nearest alternative."
Mark Slack,
President, I-CON Underground.