What is Cured In Place Pipe Lining (CIPP)?

Cured-in-place pipe lining is a trenchless repair method. When cracks under a certain size are located, the pipe can be resurfaced from the inside using a pipe liner. Before the pipe liner is applied or if the sewer camera inspection located a clog within the pipeline, the pipeline interior wall is scoured clean using our hydro jetting equipment. Once the interior of the pipeline is cleaned, the CIPP liner can be inserted. The liner is treated with an epoxy resin. Once the liner is drawn into the pipe to the correct location it is inflated, pressing the resin against the interior wall of the pipe. The resin is held firmly against the pipe wall for a number of hours, until it has cured and hardened into a new interior pipe wall.