PIPE RELINING

Pipe relining, which is also referred to as a cured in-place pipe (CIPP) restoration process, is a state-of-the-art, alternative method for replacing your pipes which is more economical and efficient. It is considered a trench-less process because there is minimal or no digging involved.

With our technology, we have the ability to renew and restore corroded piping systems without removing them, creating a system that is like new, or better than new. The rehabilitated pipe has an increased flow rate with sealed cracks and no weakened joints to eliminate the chance of groundwater pollution.

 

For more information about how our CIPP lining system can help you, please call us today!

HOW DOES PIPE RELINING WORK?

The flexible liner and liquid epoxy we use cures in place inside the old pipe, creating a rigid pipe within a pipe. 

WHY CHOOSE PIPE RELINING?

Pipe relining can be completed without digging up your yard or tearing up your walls. When properly installed, a pipe liner can provide a seamless, watertight seal that will protect your pipes from leaks and corrosion.

BENEFITS OF PIPE RELINING VERSUS EXCAVATION

If you have a damaged sewer pipe, you have two main repair options: excavation or relining. Excavation involves replacing the old, damaged pipe with a new one, while relining basically involves inserting an epoxy which cures inside the pipe, creating a new lining. One of the biggest advantages of relining is that it is less disruptive than excavation. 

 

Excavation requires digging up your yard, which can damage your landscaping. In addition, underground utilities will need to be located before digging. With relining, the work is done from above ground, so there is no need to dig.

STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY

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Non-Pressurized Epoxy Lining: We protect the interior of the piping system from additional deterioration by installing an epoxy liner that will prolong the life of your system. This is useful for clay, concrete, metal, iron, steel, PVC, and fiberglass pipe systems.

 

Pull-in-Place Structural Liner Process: Our pull-in-place structural liner process uses non-destructive technology, which allows us to complete the work of pipe relining without interrupting the daily activities of anyone in your building. This removes the need for displacement or business closure while minimizing any downtime for your pipe system. Great for residential and commercial projects.

PIPE RELINING PROCESS

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INSPECTION & CLEANING

We start by inspecting the damaged pipes and clearing any blockages. High-pressure water jetting cleans the pipes so the resin can adhere properly.

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EPOXY RESIN INSERTION

A resin-saturated, polyester or fiberglass felt tube is inserted into the damaged pipe.

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CURING
PROCESS

The resin is cured using hot water and UV radiation so that it hardens to form a new long-term, structural pipe within the old, damaged pipe.

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FINISHING
TOUCHES

Robotic cutters and grinders smooth the interior surface of the pipe, particularly the junctions, and final checks are performed.

PIPE SYSTEMS THAT CAN BE RELINED

We are experienced in residential & commercial properties, as well as industrial, municipal and federal properties.

Pipes

Mains, Horizontal Laterals, Vertical Stacks

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Storm & Roof Drains

Sanitzer

Sanitary Systems

Vents

Vent Systems

Waste Pipes

Other Waste Systems

Piping

Processed, Industrial, Chemical Piping

*While this CIPP lining technology is best suited for ¾” to 12” diameter pipe systems, there are specialty applications available for larger pipe systems.

WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK

At ADB Construction & Septic we love relining pipes! It's efficient, effective and it saves you money!

 

For more information about how our CIPP lining system can help you, please call us today. And if you think pipe relining might be right for your property, go ahead and schedule an inspection so we can take a look.