Cracked Drainage Pipes - Some of your options
Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is a drain relining method utilising trenchless technology that dates from the early 1970s and is an effective means of rehabilitating cracked drainpipes. The process involves an inverted, tubular material saturated with resin being inserted into the cracked drain-pipe with the use of either a winch or air pressure.
An inflatable device is then used to expand the material to fit the form of the pipe interior after which the resin is activated via the use of water or UV light and held in place by the inflatable. The resin is allowed to cure before the inflatable device is removed.
Five Advantages of CIPP Repair
The epoxy resins used in CIPP repair, cure in the pipes. This forms a new, solid wall coating that will last for decades. The process of CIPP repair is completed in a matter of hours instead of over a longer period. This noninvasive alternative to traditional pipe repair leads to less overhead, lower costs, and a more efficient way to solve the problem without creating chaos.
Expensive and destructive pipeline repair is a topic of the past, as the use of technology has created an alternative way to fix damage without digging and excavating. CIPP repair will fix your underground pipe issues without causing your business to skip a beat. With CIPP, you will have peace of mind that your pipeline repairs are completed without interruption to your daily operations. Let CIPP repair solve your sewer system problems and save your business time and money.