Pipe Material


Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project


Learn why contractors are realizing the constructability and environmental advantages of using spiral-wound liners and are now including...

The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes


The commonly used pipe materials are high-density polyethylene (HDPE), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), reinforced concrete, steel, and vitrified...

A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure 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...

Why CIPP Is Growing Rapidly for Drinking Water Mains Why CIPP Is Growing Rapidly for Drinking Water Mains Why CIPP Is Growing Rapidly for Drinking Water Mains 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...