Cured-in-place Pipe (CIPP); Used to Rehabilitate or Repair Preexisting Pipelines
A Cured-in-place Pipe (CIPP) is a trenchless (or no-dig) rehabilitation technique used to repair
pipelines. It is essentially a seamless, joint less pipe lining in an existing pipe, eliminating the need
for cut-outs or replacement of individual sections. Its design eliminates the need for new pipe
installation and the potential for costly pipe leaks. CIPP provide many benefits, such as reduced
time for pipe repair, energy savings, easier repairs, and water conservation. CIPP is used for
application in water, gas, and sewer pipes, amongst others. A little to no digging involved in this
trenchless CIPP process.
Moreover, a Cured-in-place Pipe (CIPP) helps reduce pipeline downtime and improve pipe
function. Installing a new pipeline is time-consuming and expensive. It also requires skilled labor
and extensive inspections. A cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) reduces pipeline downtime by relieving the
pressure on existing pipes. Reduced pressure on existing pipes allows for less excavation time and
less pipe damage. When pipes are properly installed, they run at optimum efficiency with little
effort on the part of the user. With the help of a capper, pipes can be inspected for leaks; repaired,
restored, or upgraded when necessary.
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