CIPP Lining Process

  What Is CIPP and How Does It Work?

CIPP, is short for Cured In Place Pipe. With America dealing with an aging underground sewer and drain infrastructure, innovation has led to this new process that can restore even severaly damaged sewer and drain lines to brand new condition without the need to excavate, tear up roads, highways or structures, close businesses,collateral construction costs etc.,that comes with the burden of having to replace underground pipes. The CIPP process starts with one small access point where a new initially flexible PVC infused Liner that is saturated to 100% with resin epoxy and blown into the olde pipe using a special machine. Once the liner is in place, a bladder is then inserted the entire length of the pipe and pressurized forcing the liner against the interior of the old pipe. When the resin has cured, usually in just a few hours, the liner solidifies leaving a smooth and seamless "pipe within a pipe" that will effectively sealed of all creaks, breaks, and leaks. Using a sewer camera and running through the new line reveals how well the new liner has formed a perfectly symmetrical and cylindrical pipe thst as now completely air and water tight.


  Cured In Place Pipe Process

 

     

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Cured In Place Pipe Sewer and Drain Lining Process - Click Here For A Printable PDF of CIPP Specifications as Provided by NASSCO - . Contact you local Cured In Place Pipe Contractors for more information.