Cured in Place Lining
- Pipelines indicating signs of corrosion can be rehabilitated by the installation of a cured-in-place lining. This type of installation is particular suitable for lines where man access is not possible or safe.
- A felt liner is impregnated with resin. It is then inverted through the pipe using water hydraulics. The liner is pushed through the pipe and inflates to create a close fit lining against the host pipe.
- When completely inverted the resin is cured by heating the inversion water or by ambient cure.
- The resultant lining is a structurally sound cured-in-place pipe which enhances the hydraulic flow and extends the life of the pipeline.