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Sewer Pipes Covered Under Trenchless Repairs

Trenchless Pipelining Works on Cast Iron

Cast iron pipes are prone to corrosion and scaling. Trenchless pipelining effectively restores these pipes by inserting a resin-saturated liner that adheres to the interior surfaces, sealing cracks and preventing future corrosion. This process enhances the pipe’s durability and flow efficiency without the need for complete excavation.

Trenchless Pipelining Works on Clay

Clay pipes, known for their susceptibility to cracking and root intrusion, benefit from trenchless pipelining as the liner creates a seamless and durable inner wall. This method prevents root penetration and seals existing cracks, extending the lifespan of the sewer system with minimal disruption to the surrounding environment.

Trenchless Pipelining Works on Orangeburg

Orangeburg pipes, made from wood pulp and pitch, are particularly vulnerable to collapse and deformation. The trenchless pipelining technique supports and reinforces these fragile pipes by forming a robust inner lining that resists external pressures and environmental factors, ensuring long-term functionality.

Trenchless Pipelining Works on Concrete

Concrete pipes can suffer from cracks and leaks. Trenchless pipelining addresses these issues by applying a smooth, watertight liner that bonds to the concrete, filling gaps and reinforcing the structure against soil movement and root invasion.

Trenchless Pipelining Works on Ductile Cast Iron

Similar to traditional cast iron, ductile cast iron benefits from the structural integrity and corrosion resistance provided by trenchless pipelining. The liner installed through this process helps prevent the typical brittleness associated with ductile materials, thereby enhancing the pipe’s resilience and flow capacity.

Trenchless Pipelining Works on PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

PVC pipes are durable but can crack under pressure or due to ground movement. Trenchless pipelining reinforces these pipes without altering their lightweight and flexible characteristics, providing an additional layer of protection that helps withstand environmental stresses.

Trenchless Pipelining Works on ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)

ABS pipes, used for their robustness and impact resistance, sometimes require repairs due to cracks or joint failures. Trenchless pipelining seamlessly repairs these defects, ensuring the pipe system remains intact and functional with an enhanced lifespan.

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