When it comes to pipe repairs, property managers are constantly looking for ways to cut back on costs while also staying on schedule. Of course, doing this in a way that isn’t temporary is the trick. Otherwise, your pipeline failures will build into a bigger issue – one that will erupt when you least expect it.
CIPP repair and maintenance is an innovative approach to industrial pipe issues – one that property managers ask for more and more each day. While standard repair methods used to do the trick, there were always flaws – namely, collateral damages, financial escalation, and the overall temporary nature of the repairs.
However, CIPP innovations like video inspections, vertical pipeline rehabilitation, no-damage repairs, future-proofing, and industrial slip-lining have come a long way to ease problems. These practices serve industrial properties well, with advantages for anyone who uses these tactics.
Avoiding expensive pipe repair bills is a lot easier when you are current on pipeline conditions. For instance, a maintenance team can discover the signs of a broken or clogged sewer line so you can handle it with long-lasting repairs. Video inspections are literally flexible enough to find the issue and establish a game plan.
Root causes of clogs and leaks are often first identified via video inspection. CIPP is a cured-in-place pipe method that lends itself to video documentation. Pipe section interiors will be visible with wire-length cameras inserted into place. Every recorded minute can assist contractors with the approach, while providing evidence for insurance claims.
Vertical Pipeline Rehabilitation
Cured-in-place piping reduces the overall cost of a pipe fixing project. CIPP rehabilitation gives your pipeline better protection, thanks to hardened resin bonding to keep things in place. This process helps reduce the odds of pipe breakdown and corrosion that might occur over the years.
Vertical pipeline restoration is faster than replacing pipes with traditional methods because contractors can pinpoint issues, then act accordingly. With CIPP, vertical lines sized 1’’-12’’ can often be cured within 24 hours – much faster than standard methods. Vertical pipeline rehabilitation helps to avoid replacing lengthy sections or entire systems. Only the affected areas need to be rehabbed.
“Cured-in-place” is exactly what it sounds like. Industrial CIPP involves faster and better access to pipeline locations. For example, CIPP restoration removes the need to open up walls just to access the pipes or hire ditch-digging equipment. This preparation means no extensive and unnecessary work that could result in surrounding damages.
Blocking Future Pipe Failures
CIPP sewer repairs can keep minor pipe woes from turning into business-halting affairs. A pipeline rehabilitation service will minimize any disruptions that could affect everyday operations or force temporary evictions.
With CIPP repair, your pipes will be reinforced via resin bonding, liners, and section extractions. Pipe failures can be fixed and protected against future breakdowns, because Industrial CIPP is a thorough process.
By using liners, a contractor can reinforce what’s already in place. Once a pipe is cleaned and free of debris and water, the contractor can insert a liner into the pipe from the surface through a manhole. Now in place, the contractor will expose the liner to heat or ultraviolet light to cure (or harden) the liner where it sits, inside the pipe.
With CIPP and industrial slip lining, entry points are barely visible. Compare this process to expensive, time-consuming dig jobs that leave an environmental mark. Slip-lining is a quick, smooth approach to reinforcement.
Innovation with Industrial CIPP
Modern innovation goes hand-in-hand with cured-in-place pipework. Traditional approaches are often a temporary fix and nothing more. With Industrial CIPP, we can save you money down the road by bringing new methods to the table. Weigh your options when it comes to pipe repair. Ask us how we can solve your problem.