Structural Lining System

Definition - What does Structural Lining System mean?

A structural lining system is used to rehabilitate an underground pipe. The technology is used to strengthen the structural integrity of a pipe by acting as a pipe within a pipe. Structural lining is one of the methods used in trenchless rehabilitation.

A structural lining system is also known as a structural liner.

Trenchlesspedia explains Structural Lining System

Once defects in an underground pipe are detected, trenchless operators have a variety of choices to make repairs. One of those options is to implement a structural lining system within the existing pipe.

Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is a form of structure lining. CIPP is in-situ pipe rehabilitation that uses a flexible liner and epoxy to create a permanent repair within the pipe. A structural lining system can be an effective trenchless rehabilitation technology.

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