The Different Kinds of Trenchless Pipe Lining Solutions We Offer

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Pipe bursting process

Trenchless pipe replacement and repair have become the most preferred method for dealing with damaged underground pipes because of its effectiveness, environmental friendliness, and timeliness. At NGI Trenchless Pipe & Sewer Repair we offer the following trenchless solutions to cater to all clients’ needs.

Cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP)

This is the most common trenchless pipe repair method that helps us repair leaks and cracks and strengthen damaged pies using an epoxy layer. To do this, we fill a liner with epoxy, feed it into the pipe, and invert it to adhere to the pipe’s surfaces. We always clean the lines before inserting the liner to ensure the pipe’s surface is smooth for maximum and smooth adherence. We then leave the epoxy liner overnight to cure and inspect it to ensure it has evenly covered the whole pipe.

Slip lining

This method of trenchless sewer repair in Brookhaven, GA, is similar to CIPP in that it helps improve the pipe’s stability and cover leaks, cracks, and corrosion. However, this method involves inserting a smaller carrier pipe into the existing line. We can use segmental or continuous slip lining depending on the length of the pipe. In segmental lining, we insert different pipe sections independently and push them along with the nest pipe piece. However, in continuous slip lining, we connect the parts into one long piece before installation.

Pipe bursting

This is a method of trenchless pipe lining that involves inserting a machine with a bursting head to break the old pipe and push the broken pieces into the soil. We then simultaneously replace the old pipe with a new one leaving our client’s yard in good condition.

NGI Trenchless Pipe & Sewer Repair is the most trusted company for trenchless sewer replacement and repairs. We are licensed and insured and have a team of knowledgeable and friendly professionals. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.