Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement


  New "No Dig" Sewer Repair Technology

Advances in sewer repair and replacement technology is saving cities, towns, and homeowners from expensive and disruptive excavation previously required to repair or replace aging and failing sewer pipes across the country and around the world. Trenchless sewer line replacement methods are being implemented by cities and towns to rehabilitate failing municipal underground sewer lines in urban and rural areas because of the minimal invasive nature of the new technology and reduced costs to the taxpayers.


  Trenchless Sewer Pipe Relining

 

     

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TRENCHLESS SEWER PIPE RELINING - This method of trenchless sewer line replacement involves using Cured In Place Pipe or CIPP, to reline the interior of the old sewer pipe with a brand new seamless liner. The PVC infused liner is first saturated to 100% saturation with epoxy resin and then blown into the existing sewer line with high pressure air. Once the seamless liner is in place, a bladder is inserted and pressurized with hot steam molding the new liner to the interior of the existing pipe. The result is a strong seamless pipe within a pipe that is highly resistant to cracking, leaking, and root infestation, the leading cause of sewer line failure.


  Trenchless Sewer Pipe Bursting

 

     

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SEWER PIPE BURSTING - This method of trenchless sewer line replacement is utilized when the existing sewer line is too damaged to recieve a new liner. A heave cable is fed through the entire length of the existing sewer line and attached to front of a cone shaped tool called a bursting head. The bursting head is in turn fastened to a brand new seamless length of HDPE Pipe (High Density Polyethylene). Using a powerful hydraulic winch, the new pipe is pulled through the entire length of the old pipe while the bursting head breaks up the old pipe and pushes it into the surrounding soil. The result is a brand new sewer pipe that is also extremely resistant to cracking, leaking, and root infestation.