Sewer rehabilitation cutter operations require a great deal of attention to detail. Whether you’re using a cutter to reinstate lateral connections or to repair defective liner, whether you’re preparing for CIPP work or ready to grind away protruding taps—the job on hand is an important one and requires precision and experience. However, even the most advanced lateral and mainline rehabilitation and reinstatement cutters can’t work effectively without the right cutter bit. Cutter bits can make or break a job, and choosing the wrong one can damage your cutter, slow down your team and add unnecessary time and cost to projects. Getting acquainted with the various cutter bits’ purposes can increase the quality of rehabilitation projects, productivity of operators and lifetime of your rehabilitation cutter.