Cured-in-Place-Pipe are tailored for the individual pipeline to be renovated, a felt carrier is impregnated with resin before being transported to the site location for inversion into the host pipe.
The liner is inverted through the pipeline using water hydraulics this pushes the lining through the pipe and enables the liner to negotiate varying shapes and bends the water pressure inflates the liner 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 of the pipeline. In addition the lining has excellent abrasive resistant values.