Lining With Inserted Hose

Published: | Updated: December 23, 2017;

Definition - What does Lining With Inserted Hose mean?

Lining with an inserted hose is a method of lining a pipe for pressure applications using a loose-fitting reinforced hose.

Flexible, lightweight PVC is a commonly used material in this type of hose. Pipelining is used in trenchless rehabilitation to extend the life of older pipes that have become defective over time.

Trenchlesspedia explains Lining With Inserted Hose

One method for rehabilitation of a defective pipe is to use a hose liner. A reinforced PVC hose liner is highly flexible and easy to handle. It is durable and leak-resistant, as well as economical.

To convey fluids under pressure, a lining with an inserted hose can be pulled into a host pipe. Once installed, the hose is inflated to conform to the walls of the pipe. Special fittings are used on the ends to secure the lining to the pipe.

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