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CIPP Method Being Used in Phoenix Suburb

CIPP Method Being Used in Phoenix Suburb

Outside of Phoenix is Queen Creek and the town council just approved a $1.49 million sewer rehabilitation project. The project will use the CIPP method, (cured-in-place pipe), a method for restoring older pipe lines with minimal digging in streets and on adjacent property, to line and rehabilitate the 42-inch Rittenhouse Road sewer line for approximately 3,686 linear feet.

Through due diligence, the town found many flaws within the current sewer line. The utility services staff found the original contractor failed to adequately join several bands that span and connect two individual joints of pipe. In many cases, a portion of band will ‘flip up’ against the flows in the pipe and create pockets in which heavy particles in the wastewater collect.

The project will consist of two phases. The first phase will comprise of cutting the failing bands, followed by the CIPP installation.

CIPP technology is a safe and environmentally sound solution to replace and repair aging pipes.

If you are looking for information on protecting, lining and repairing pipes, or for the nearest installer, contact Perma-Liner™ today. Perma-Liner is the leading manufacturer and supplier of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials in North America. For 20 years, we have developed systems to rehabilitate existing sewer systems without excavation. Our experience in the CIPP industry has allowed us to design, patent and manufacture state of the art technology in order for us to repair structures without excavation.