NEW! High-Pressure Pipe Lining
For more than 50 years, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology has led the industry with the best applications and results for pipe rehabilitation.
Now, the next generation of CIPP has arrived, introducing trenchless pipe rehabilitation and replacement for high-pressure applications.
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Why Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation?
After decades of use, high-pressure pipes are dramatically compromised. When pipes lose pressure, safety issues mount, and so does the potential for catastrophe. Extensive excavation was previously the only solution. But with our technology, we now have better options.
Our next-gen trenchless lining technology is more convenient, less invasive and more cost-effective than excavation. Rehabilitate aging, damaged water mains and fire service mains faster, easier and with less hassle.
Excellent restoration with minimal intrusion to the building structure
Extends Asset Life
Extend the life of your building assets with structural renewal
No need for costly trench digging—restore your pipes from the inside
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How it works
Inspection and Preparation
We complete a visual inspection of the pipe with video technology, verifying pipe diameter and the details of the job
Clean the Pipe
Next, we clean the pipe to remove any loose particles and potential obstructions before the re-lining takes place
Liner Preparation and Impregnation
Then, the liner is saturated with epoxy resin while under vacuum (an ASTM F2994 compliant process) and prepped for installation
Installation and Cure
Finally, the liner is installed into the host pipe with an inversion method (compliant with ASTM F1216) and cured with steam or hot water
Safe and Certified Process
Our trenchless technology for high-pressure pipe restoration is rated to the highest standards for safety and property loss as certified by the following organizations.
We provide trenchless sewer repair throughout much of South Florida. Don’t see your specific area? Give us a call; it’s likely that we can help. Click on the map below to learn more about our local pipe lining projects. And be sure to book a sewer inspection to find out the condition of your drainage pipes.
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