Tips for Choosing the Right CIPP Liner

Choosing the right CIPP Liner

BY DAVID BLADES AND MARK CHANDLER ON OCTOBER 4, 2018 PIPE RELINING, REHABILITATION

Choosing the right lining material for a cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) rehabilitation project can never be an “off the shelf” decision.

Research and development in the world of CIPP liners has resulted in a wide spectrum of new solutions, all created to meet unique requirements and address the proven acceptance of CIPP as a viable way to extend the life of a pipe without digging or causing significant disruption to communities.

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Chicago tackles reline of sewer beneath busy train station

3 July 2017 CIPP, From the magazine, North America, Rehabilitation, Summer 2017, Wastewater 0

Applied Felts has supplied a 120 inch cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liner for the rehabilitation of an ageing sewer underneath a train station in busy Chicago, Illinois. Wilson Station, which was built in 1923, underwent extensive renovations to provide – among other benefits – disability access and a better passenger experience.

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