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Fast light curing technology for
laterals & mainlines

Working diameters start at DN70 and the system is capable of effectively curing liners up to DN600. SpeedyLight+ LED features interchangeable curing heads for better maintenance and system cost optimization. Due to the low power consumption of the of LED technology, a SpeedyLight+ LED system can be powered from standard 220V mains or from any standard electrical source.

The SpeedyLight+ LED curing system is a game changer in the sewer renovation market. Its revolutionary LED technology allows contractors to optimize their operations by increasing working efficiency at the job site up to six times. It is designed to cure felt liners, invertible glass-fiber liners and fiber-glass pull-in liners.

Mobile, portable

All-in-one design allows the curing system to deploy virtually anywhere. Control unit, power supply and cable reel are integrated in a single, portable package.

90º soft bend or 2x45º

SpeedyLight+ LED successfully negotiates 90º soft bend or 2x45º. Its semi-rigid hose ensures a convenient push of the head along the pipe.

Green Technology

SpeedyLight+ LED protects our Environment by using less power and less energy to cure.

Integrated CCTV camera

Curing head with embedded camera delivering 150º field of view for a crisp image of the pipe.

Fast laterals curing

A 22 ft. long 6" lateral can be cured in 7 minutes. SEWERTRONIC’s SpeedyLight+ LED curing system enhances renovation productivity.

In Horizontal. In Vertical

SpeedyLight+ LED system is designed to be used in both horizontal and vertical pipes. Most laterals are horizontal, although building rehabilitation frequently involve vertical piping.

SpectraLight family: a curing head for each application.

Sewertronics’ is based on a static monolithic design (patent granted) that overcomes the need to force air along the interior of the curing head to stabilize LED working temperature. SpectraLight family of curing heads follow this patented design where its housing, with optimized thermal conductive properties and cooling fins, exchanges heat with the air traveling outside the core. This air is also used to pressurize the liner during inversion and curing process.

The family comprises 4 different heads, from an extra-small one up to a triple head, extending the range of application of the SpeedyLight+ curing systems up to 24" in UV fibre-glass liners.

SpectraLight design and cooling concept patented.


4 different heads for a wide range of diameters and type of liner.


4 curing heads

From the XS to the triple-head for fast and large pipe diameter curing.


Head design that lets you cure pipes from 2.5" to 24".

FAST LED light curing

  • The technology embedded in the SpeedyLight+ LED systems allows contractors to cure impregnated liner at a speeds up to 3.9 ft/min, reducing the average time at the job site and increasing the average number of jobs per day. With shot lengths of 22-26 m, SpeedyLight+ LED can cure up to 5 times faster than traditional technologies.

  • The larger the pipe section to cure, the slower the curing speed will be. Some physics are involved in this variation of speed: the larger the diameter and the wider the surface of liner to be cured, the lower the energy (power) density delivered to the internal surface of the pipe.

  • LED output power, rotative or fixed beam and other parameters like liner thickness and type of polyester needled felt or woven fiber-glass have influence on the optimal curing speed.

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All in-one

  • The SpeedyLight+ LED system has been specifically designed to be light and compact. Its design delivers a smart package than can be easily transported. The total weight of the unit (including power supply) is just over 220 lbs, and has built-in mobility wheels.

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Open-end Rehabilitation

  • The rehabilitation can be done from one end of the pipe.

  • It is also possible to work with an open-end liner. In situations where the second manhole is not accessible, the rehabilitation can be done from one end of the pipe using a dedicated transparent hose. Being transparent is essential so that the UV radiation is not blocked by the hose.

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What else at the job site?

  • The SpeedyLight+ system does not change the way CIPP companies work.

  • First, the liner is impregnated using the traditional tools found in this industry: impregnation tables, either electrical or manual. Then, the liner is placed in the host pipe using an air-pressurized inversion drum. The use of a pre-liner is recommended. And finally, the SpeedyLight+ system is used to cure the liner.

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Our Liners

  • The system is available with three different cable/hose reels. The standard length is 164 ft, and extended length are 229 ft. & 328 ft. In contrast to heat-cured solutions, LED cure time corresponds directly to the length of the shot.

  • Sewertronics offers a smart selection of invertible liners for vertical, lateral, in-house and mainline LED trenchless pipe rehabilitation.
    Partnering with global leaders in the production of liners, we have optimized felt and fiber-glass products to perfectly couple our LED curing systems and resins.

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Maximum curing length.

  • The standard length is 164 ft. , and extended lengths are 229 ft. & 328 ft.

  • The system is available with three different cable/hose reels. The standard length is 164 ft. , and extended length are 229 ft. & 328 ft. In contrast to heat-cured solutions, LED cure time corresponds directly to the length of the shot.

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Laterals & Mainlines
From 3" to 24"
For inversion liners and pull-in fiber-glass liners
Up to 328 ft.


LED Curing

A high-powered LED array irradiates the impregnated liner, initiating an exothermic reaction thet cures the entire thickness of the carrier resin. The wavelength (400nm) of the LEDs ensures energy is efficiently used to cure the liner. The LED components integrated in the SpeedyLight+ LED system are lead-free and comply with RoHS legislation.

Laterals range

In the lateral rehabilitation market, the most common diameter is 6" (50%), followed by 4" (20%) and 8" (15%). The fewest number of renovations are performed in laterals with diameters of 5" (10%) and 10" (5%).

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SpeedyLight offers a family of three different LED curing heads: XS head suitable for diameters 7 cm - 15 cm and capable of managing 90º bends starting at 100 mm, S head suitable for diameters 10 cm - 20 cm and capable of managing 90º bends starting at 16 cm and L head suitable for diameters 10 cm - 40 cm and capable of managing 90º bends starting at 20 cm. Different curing heads for all different needs.

The SpeedyLight+ LED system is designed to be used in both horizontal and vertical pipes. Horizontal pipe use is most common in sewer lateral connections, where diameters range from 4" to 16". The system is also used to renovate vertical pipes in buildings or drain lines, where minimizing downtime is critical.

SpeedyLight+ LED technology contribute to saving our environment. It uses less energy to cure every metre of liner, as well as it uses resin that is styrene and amine free. Light technology helps the industry to protect our Environment in various ways.

Integrated CCTV camera.

SpectraLight design and cooling concept patented.

The curing head's CCD camera combines a large aperture lens, 150-degree field of view and a 3000 mW LED ring to deliver a bright, sharp image. The main purposes of the camera is to support the curing process and is not designed to replace the CCTV inspection system.

Sewertronics’ epoxy LED resin

Sewertronics’ epoxy LED family of resins have been specifically designed to work in combination with SpeedyLight+, SpeedyLight VX and QuickPatch LED curing devices. Those hybrid epoxy based binder, free from volatile solvents, ensures a proper polymerization yet delivering a high degree of bonding and adhesiveness. From a mechanical perspective, Young modulus and first breaking strength exceeds the industry standards allowing to cure liners of 0.3 to 0.45 Cm under any load hypothesis and hose pipe stage. Guidelines and recommendation from EN ISO 11296-4 and DWA 144-3 have been followed.


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