CIPP liners (Cured In Place Liners) are a means of rehabilitating an existing sewer main using a woven polyester tube that is impregnated with liquid epoxy. The epoxy is hardened through the application of heat. Once the epoxy has cured it becomes a solid mass which lines the internal dimensions of the existing sewer main, taking the form of the pipeline's interior and shape.
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This is the modern, cleaner, less invasive way to repair damaged water and sewage pipes, and it comes with a 50 year warranty. After high-pressure water cleaning the damaged pipe a special fabric tube saturated in epoxy resin is inserted and the pipe inflated with air for 2-4 hours until the epoxy hardens. One in place the new pipe lining is as hard as the original pipe, and reduces flow by only 5%. Pipe lining can be used on water or sewage pipes from 2”-60” in diameter.