The Elements of CIPP: Cured-in-Place Pipe Materials and Processes

The landscape of cured-in-place pipe sewer rehab has changed significantly in the past 50 years

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The Elements of CIPP: Cured-in-Place Pipe Materials and Processes

Cured-in-place pipe sewer rehab has seen significant technological advances and widespread acceptance since first reaching the U.S. in the 1980s. From resins to liner materials to cure methods, proper CIPP installation is a science.

In a new white paper, The Elements of CIPP: Cured-in-Place Materials and Processes, Pipeline Renewal Technologies breaks down the components and complexities of CIPP. This resource explains the evolution of the technology and why it is the preferred pipeline rehabilitation method utilized by municipalities across the country. Download the free white paper now.

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