Pipe Rehabilitation Methods

02 / 07 / 15Die Drawing

Technique For all close-fit PE lining methods, during the reduction process the outside diameter of the PE100 pipe is reduced to less than the minimum bore diameter of the host pipe. Once the PE100...

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02 / 07 / 15Close Fit Lining: Roller Reduction (Rolldown)

For all close-fit PE lining methods, during the reduction process the outside diameter of the PE100 pipe is reduced to less than the minimum bore diameter of the host pipe. Once the PE100 liner pipe...

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02 / 07 / 15Close Fit Lining: Fold and Form Lining

TECHNIQUE All PE close fit lining technologies effectively reduce the original diameter of the PE liner pipe prior to insertion, to facilitate pulling it in to the host pipe, followed by a reversion...

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01 / 07 / 15Slip lining

SLIPLINING - TECHNIQUE Slip-lining is perhaps the oldest of all trenchless techniques. It involves the insertion of a new PE100 liner pipe of standard diameter and SDR into an existing pipe. Under...

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01 / 07 / 15Pipe Bursting and Splitting

PIPE BURSTING / SPLITTING  - TECHNIQUE Pipe bursting and pipe splitting are trenchless methods used to replace existing pipelines with PE100 in the same alignment without physically removing the...

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01 / 07 / 15Pipe Reaming

PIPE REAMING - TECHNIQUE Pipe reaming, also known as pipe eating, is a trenchless pipe replacement technique that removes the host pipe while at the same time installing a new replacement...

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01 / 07 / 15Pipe Extraction

TECHNIQUE Pipe extraction is a trenchless pipe replacement technique that removes existing pipes for disposal while at the same time installing a new replacement PE100 pipe. There are several...

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