sewer pipe CIPP Articles

  • A comprehensive review on the challenges of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) installations

    This paper outlines the issues and challenges associated with cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) rehabilitation projects of sewer mains, water mains, and service laterals. Common problems and challenges are first reviewed from the available literature and CIPP installation site visits. These obstacles and risks are classified into five different categories: pipe condition and configuration, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Trouble Shooting for Trenchless Liner Installation During Sewer Line Rehabilitation

    ABSTRACTLining is being used by the utility industry as a cost effective solution to rehabilitate utility lines. Many types of liners, such as, cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP), fold and form PVC, deformed & reformed HDPE, etc., are being used to restore structural integrity of deteriorated pipes and to reduce inflow/infiltration. Most of the lining installation is carried out without any problem, ...

  • Burnsville Interceptor Rehabilitation - Case Study

    With a budget exceeding $100 million a year in wastewater pipe capital improvements over the next several years, Metropolitan Council Environmental Services takes its job of protecting the wastewater infrastructure of the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area's nearly 3 million residents very seriously. MCES operates eight wastewater treatment plants and 600 miles of interceptor sewers ...


    By Inliner Technologies, LLC

  • Got deteriorating asbestos cement water mains?

    Asbestos has come to be one of the most feared words and materials in the world. Yet, in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, more than 600,000 miles of asbestos cement– also called transite – used for its light weight, corrosion resistance, rigidity, ease of handling and installation was installed to handle water throughout the United States. Applications included potable water mains, storm ...

  • City of Memphis Wastewater Treatment Plant - Case Study

    The T.E. Maxon Wastewater Treatment Plant of the City of Memphis, TN has four, 180-foot diameter primary clarifiers. Clarifiers 1, 2 and 3 were built in 1980 with 54-inch diameter concrete inlet pipes. Looking forward, engineers designed the splitter box that distributes effluent to the clairfiers, to allow a fourth clairfier, which was added in 1996 with a 48-inch diameter concrete inlet. ...


    By Inliner Technologies, LLC

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