The CIPP Process has been used throughout the world since 1971 for the rehabilitation of piping ranging in size from 3” to 108” in diameter. The process originated as a proprietary process and is now commercially available from a multitude of contractors / vendors. While the core materials are available through numerous providers; the experienced personnel are the hallmark to a final quality installation.
Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) a means of providing reconstruction of an existing pipeline without the need for excavation. This occurs through the installation of a resin-impregnated tube inside the existing pipe and curing it into a joint-less structural pipe within a pipe. A sewer can be reconstructed, with increased flow capacity typically in less than one day.
The CIPP product we utilize complies with ASTM F-1216 and meets or exceeds all applicable industry standards. Our staff and crew members are recognized industry leaders with proven experience with a vast knowledge of the CIPP industry. In addition, our staff members have helped pioneer the introduction of CIPP having worked in this industry since its introduction in North America.