Sewer Pipe Lining
Pipe Lining or (CIPP) Cure In Place Sewer Pipelining Systems
Sewer Pipe Lining or Cure-In Place Pipeline (CIPP) air inversion, is a “Trenchless Technology” technique for rehabilitation of deteriorated or damaged pipe lines using material based on resin and polyester reinforcements. These materials have used for more than 25 years for restoring pipelines and are well proven.
Jim Dandy Sewer and Plumbing Services is committed to provide trenchless solutions for the repair of underground utilities.
The Cure-In Place (CIPP) air inversion system can provide rehabilitation of laterals (also known as side sewer lines) in the following situations:
- Straight runs from pit to pit
- From sweeping clean out to main sewer
- Basement access through open end pipe or clean out opening to main sewer
- Vertical rain water pipes from roof to ground
- Re-lining of partial lateral
- 3″, 4″, 6″ and 8″ diameter rehabilitation
The Cure-In Place Pipeline (CIPP) sewer pipe lining system can line through multiple bends. Depending on the structural damage and pipeline diameter, liner thickness can be increased to suit individual applications based on design specifications.
A cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is one of several trenchless rehabilitation methods used to repair existing pipelines. CIPP is a jointless, seamless, pipe-within-a-pipe with the capability to rehabilitate pipes ranging in diameter from 0.1–2.8 meter
The Cure-In Place Pipeline (CIPP) air inversion system utilizes a combination of patented resin formulas and reinforced polyester. The inverted liner allows the resin to migrate into cracks and bond the liner material with the existing host pipe. This full liner bonding process eliminates future water infiltration and root intrusion.
Trenchless pipe lining: relining your damaged lateral or sewer pipe will typically cost $80-250 per foot, with an average of around $160 per foot. For standard sewer lines, repair costs can vary between $4,000 and $20,000, depending on circumstance