Cured in Place (CIPP) Spot Pipeline Repair & Restoration
The CIPP Process
Shenandoah provides CIPP, Cured in Place Spot Pipeline Repair & Restoration throughout Florida and SE Georgia. CIPP spot pipeline repair utilizes trenchless technology to repair and restore short sections of damaged pipe. The process is ideal for all types of pipe including, circular or non-circular pipe, such as egg shaped and, ovoid pipes or box culverts. The experts at Shenandoah are skilled in every aspect of CIPP technologies. Using this trenchless process, the technicians at Shenandoah inspect the pipe using CCTV robotic cameras. Once they have identified the areas of pipe that require repair, they invert a polystyrene liner though the pipe to cover the damaged pipe. Once in place, heat is used to activate the polymer which cures it in place, effectively restoring the pipe’s integrity. The process is ideal for assisting Municipalities, Transportation, Water Utilities, and both Public and Private Commercial & Industrial entities. Call or conact Shenandoah today!
Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) is an ideal trenchless solution for restoring use to existing pipes that have degraded.
Benefits of CIPP Pipeline Repair
The main benefit to CIPP pipeline repair is its affordability. Depending on the situation, savings of 40 – 60% can be realized. In addition, because this is trenchless technology, the surrounding area is less disturbed saving time and causing fewer disturbances to traffic or the environment. Because this is trenchless technology, CIPP pipeline repair saves time and causes fewer disturbances to traffic or the environment.
What are The Benefits of Shenandoah’s Cured in Place (CIPP) Spot Pipeline Repair & Restoration Process?
Spot pipeline repair utilizes the existing pipe
Because it's thinner than inserting pipe via “slip lining” the process reduces the loss of pipe area
In comparison to traditional excavations, the process results in significant time savings
It can be used to repair short sections of pipe, joint defects or hundreds of feet of full length pipe
Where pipe sections may be missing, CIPP creates a bridge between sections
Eliminates root intrusion
Allows for the normal flow of water through the pipe
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Watch our video below to see a live view of CIPP inversion process.
Shenandoah Also Offers these Following Pipe Rehabilitation Services
Slip Lining & Pipe Restoration
Chemical Grouting & Pipe Sealing
Pipe Sag Removal
Pneumatic Pipeline Plugs
Pipeline Sectional Liners
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Our Inspection, Restoration, and Maintenance, (IRM) Program has helped maximize the performance of our customers sanitary and stormwater systems for over 40 years.