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Cured in Place Pipe

CIPP Used to Rehabilitate 80-In. Diameter Storm Pipe in Massachusetts

When one of the country’s leading oil companies was having issues with a leaking storm pipe at one of its inactive depots, the use of trenchless technology — specifically cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) — was key to its rehabilitation. US Sewer & Drain, based in Philadelphia, was brought in to help solve the problem. The pipe Read More…

Cured-in-place pipe: Trenchless trends

A variety of CIPP products are enabling the rehabilitation, rather than excavation and replacement, of underground pipe for wastewater and drinking water. It goes by several aliases: Trenchless technology. In-situ pipe repair. Pipe-within-a-pipe. By any name, the underground construction rehabilitation market is a boon to motorists, who suffer fewer delays and take fewer detours. And Read More…

CIPP – Cured In Place Piping

One of the largest consumer of resin and composite materials in the US is the CIPP Industry. If you are not familiar with Cure In Place Pipe, then it is time to get acquainted. Essentially, if a city has leaky corroded falling apart sewer and storm drains (which is pretty much every city), then there Read More…