Cured In Place Pipe
You can take several preventative measures to keep your pipes safe from corrosion, cracks, and rust. One of them is having the professionals from Trenchless Pros install a cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining. It can be used as a trenchless sewer repair method. Extend your piping system’s lifespan by calling our licensed plumbers for a quote.
Protect, repair, and replace your pipes from corrosion, cracks, and rust with cured-in-place pipe lining from Trenchless Pros!
Cured in Place Services Benefits
Repair short or long runs without digging
Will resist tree root intrusion
No need to redo the entire piping system
If you have any problems with your line, up-to-date CIPP technology can help you. Made from durable materials such as resin and epoxy base, it can fix pipes damaged by corrosion, cracks and rust. As one of the best liners around, it can withstand exposure to the elements and is the ideal solution for repairing and protecting sewer and water lines. Not only is the method quick, but it requires little equipment, time, and workers to complete. This means you can save money, repair your line, and not destroy your property or infrastructure during the installation process. Call Trenchless Pros to learn more!
Cured In Place Pipe Lining Trenchless Pros
When maintaining or repairing your piping system, our team only uses top-quality materials. Let us walk you through our process.
Your plumber will begin by adding a resin mixture and epoxy base with a pre-determined hardener to the textile liner. Next, air pressure is used to insert the liner into the pipe. Now, the calibration tube is put inside the line to cure it with hot water or steam. The curing agent activates the resin, causing it to harden into a fitted, smooth, corrosion-resistant pipe wall. If needed, a robotic cutting tool is inserted into the newly lined pipe to restore any branch connections.
Our company provides prompt service and uses safe practices during our CIPP installations. If your piping system is showing signs of damage, you should seek out information about our services. Getting cured-in-place pipe lining is trenchless, so the work site stays clean during
these projects, making it an excellent alternative to other preventative and reparative methods. Our liners use strong resins and not harsh chemicals, so Call Trenchless Pros in Calgary for a free estimate today!
Cured In Place Pipe Services FAQs
How long does cured-in-place pipe lining last?
Cured-in-place pipe lining is a type of trenchless pipe repair technology that was made to last. With proper care and maintenance, the liners can last over 50 years!
How long does cured-in-place pipe lining take to dry?
Compared to their counterparts, these liners dry fairly quickly and cause minimal disruptions. After air pressure inflates the liner inside your pipeline, it takes 4-6 hours to cure using hot air or steam. The duration may vary depending on how long the pipe being lined is.
What is the difference between slip lining and CIPP lining?
There is one key difference between slip and CIPP lining. CIPP cures in places, which means the liner adheres to and restores the existing pipe. In contrast, slip lining requires inserting a new HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) pipe into the existing line.
What are the applications of cured-in-place pipe lining?
Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is a trenchless rehabilitation method used for repairing and replacing existing piping systems without excavation. It is used for residential and commercial applications. Our customers enjoy it because of its cost-effectiveness, minimal disruption, and durability. It’s used to repair and replace sewer lines, water lines, and other systems that are damaged due to age, corrosion, or root intrusion.
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Drain Replacement including the plumbing
Water lines replacement including the plumbing
Gas line replacement including the gas permits and installation
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