Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining
Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining is a form of trenchless pipe rehabilitation that is an economic option for rehabilitation and repairing damaged and broken pipes from 3” to 8” in diameter. CIPP can be installed from a single access point or cleanout. No excavation is required. The epoxy resin and felt liner material can be cured in as little as 3 hours, and provides a continuous, seamless barrier to infiltration, root intrusion, and structural deterioration.
PVC Pipe & Culvert Lining
Thermoformed PVC Pipe Lining is an environmentally friendly way to rehabilitate damaged or deteriorated pipes and culverts. There are no hazardous chemicals brought to the job site. The installation process involves heating the PVC material from a hardened solid plastic to a flexible state, then cooling it back to its original solid state once installed.
This process provides a continuous, structural manhole-to-manhole PVC pipe, which will be molded in tight conformity to the original host pipe. The process is quick and cost-efficient for pipe sizes from 4” to 36” in diameter and is completely trenchless.