Sewer lining CIPP (Cast-In- Place-Pipe)
Crosshair Services CIPP restoration is a non-invasive procedure that uses epoxy inside a liner to create a new pipe inside deteriorated drain systems. This lining is highly specific, and can be used to span missing sections of pipe. Both strong and durable, epoxy pipe lining CIPP restoration is a non-invasive procedure that uses epoxy inside a liner to create a new pipe inside deteriorated host piping systems. This lining is highly specific, and can be used to span missing sections of pipe.
*Completely Trenchless Repair
Crosshair Services cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) system creates a protective, structural pipe inside the existing drainline, without digging or destruction to building, grounds or landscape. The new liner creates a seamless, jointless, pipe-within-a-pipe that is used to rehabilitate deteriorating sanitary drain and storm sewer lines, with minimal disruption.The process:
Once the line is cleaned it is televised and recorded. Then the new liner material is measured, cut to length at the job site, and a vacuum pump is attached to eliminate entrapped air and make the wet out process easier. The resin is measured, mixed, and poured into the liner. The liner is wet out and wound into the inversion drum. The liner is then inverted into the pipe allowing the epoxy resin to bond and seal with the host pipe and create a continuous rehabilitated line without joints. All work is performed in conformance with the industry standards.Benefits:
- No Digging or Destruction to Property
- Prevents Root Intrusion and stop leaks
- Increases flow
- Structural strength on new pipes
- 50+ years life expectancy
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