Cured-in-Place Pipe

If your pipe needs repair, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is one of the most flexible rehabilitation methods since there’s no need for any extra excavation. Learn all about its abilities, benefits and installation here.

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galvanized steel pipe replacing galvanized steel pipes


Galvanized steel pipes are made by dipping steel pipes into molten zinc. This coating helps prevent the pipe from corroding, however; decades of use does cause erosion...

how to defrost frozen pipes


Depending on location and material, how to defrost frozen pipes is different for each circumstance. There are several methods used to defrost frozen pipes including pipe...

no dig show no dig event


Education is an important point for trenchless technology companies, as the industry is still relatively new and growing. A no dig show allows these leaders to come...

channeling corrosion


When the bottom of a pipe erodes in a process known as channeling, it becomes problematic for a homeowner. However, the use of trenchless technology repairs the...

channeling vs line belly when trenchless repair can't be used


When a blockage occurs, is it a line belly or channeling? Line belly cannot be repaired using trenchless methods, but channeling can. Diagnosing the issue properly can...

preventing frozen pipes in the winter


'Prevention is better than cure' is an old and wise adage and it applies well to winter preparation and preventing frozen pipes. Locate outside hoses... insulate drain...

avoid a burst pipe


When you do experience a busted water pipe, there's a better option to digging up your yard to repair or replace it. Trenchless technology has an array of trenchless...

Eric Wood invented trenchless technology. Who invented trenchless technology?


Trenchless technology, the method of subsurface construction requiring little or no continuous trenching, began in 1970. It was invented by Eric Wood

lead pipe replacing lead pipes with trenchless technology the dangers of lead pipes


Many methods like cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), sliplining, pipe bursting, pipe pulling, etc. have revolutionized the underground rehabilitation industry and have allowed...

Using Trenchless Maintenance to Avoid Costly Leak Repairs


Trenchless technology methods are fast and efficient ways to address line damage. New technologies arise every day that make it easier to “see” the cracks without...

Why Replace Conventional Trenching with Trenchless Technology?


Trenchless rehabilitation is cheaper, less disruptive and requires less time to complete as opposed to conventional trenching projects, costing $50-$250 per foot. It...

The Complex World of Sewer Networks


There are three main types of sewer systems: separate, combined and partially separate systems. Separate sewer systems use two lines, one for sanitary waste and the...

Trenchless Installation of Utility Lines and Access Ports in Urban Areas


The use of CIPP most commonly occurs to repair water, sewer, and gas lines. When installing utility lines in communities, an array of trenchless methods can be used from...

The Basics of Spray-in-Place Pipe


Here we will take a closer look at the SIPP method of pipe rehabilitation, a trenchless method similar to CIPP and which still eliminates ground disruption and costly...

Rehabilitating City Water Lines Using Trenchless Technology


Rehabilitating city waterlines via cured-in-place pipe, sliplining, pipe bursting and other trenchless methods fixes tuberculation, contamination and corrosion issues in...

Common Causes for CIPP


Cured-in-place-pipe, also known as CIPP, is a trenchless method used to fix plumbing problems. CIPP works by inserting a resin-impregnated fiberglass cloth and pulling...

A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure


Cured-in-place pipe, better known as CIPP, is essentially a pipe within a pipe that costs between $60 and $200 per-foot for water infrastructure repairs. To date,...

Why CIPP Is Growing Rapidly for Drinking Water Mains


CIPP is growing rapidly for water mains, it provides a seamless fix for cracked pipes and provides consumer protection from asbestos and lead pipes without digging. This...

A Look at Structural Manhole Rehabilitation


Since manholes are designed to last 50 years, they are slowly deteriorating. Manholes can be repaired using trenchless technology and CIPP, chimney, cementitious and...

Asbestos Cement Pipe: Why It's a Problem and How Trenchless Can Fix It


Digging up and replacing asbestos-infused pipes is costly and hazardous. Pipe bursting allows replacement of the pipes without exposing asbestos to air. The use of...

7 Types of Trenchless Rehabilitation Methods and How They Are Used


Trenchless rehabilitation includes grout-in-place pipes, cured-in-place pipes, shotcrete, sliplinging, pipe bursting and more to rehabilitate projects with minimal...