Cure In Place pipe Lining (CIPP)

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CIPP is one of several trenchless rehabilitation methods used to repair existing pipelines. CIPP is a jointless, seamless, pipe-within-a-pipe with the capability to rehabilitate pipes ranging in diameter from 150mm to 2800. As one of the most widely used rehabilitation methods CIPP has application in water, sewer, gas, and chemical pipelines. In 1971, Eric Wood implemented the first cured-in-place pipe technology in London, England. He called the CIPP process insitu form, derived from the Latin meaning “form in place”. A resin-saturated felt tube made of polyester, fibreglass cloth or a number of other materials suitable for resin impregnation such as epoxy enhance polyester and vinylester, is inverted or pulled into a damaged pipe. Little to no digging is involved in this trenchless process, making for a potentially more cost-effective and less disruptive method than traditional "dig and replace" pipe repair methods. As a trenchless technology, CIPP does not require excavation to rehabilitate a pipeline that is either leaking or structurally unsound. CIPP has a smooth interior and no joints.

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