Pipe restoration is often considered a difficult task to perform when it comes to hotels, hospitals, schools, public buildings, and high rises. Not only can it be difficult, but it also can be extremely disruptive. Traditional pipe restoration methods can leave your business at a standstill. Luckily, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) repair offers an alternative, non-disruptive pipeline restoration method that keeps your business running even while your pipes are being restored. Here is how CIPP can increase the longevity of your pipes.
What Is CIPP
Cured-in-place pipe or CIPP is a type of restoration process that repairs damaged pipelines without causing mass disruption to your daily flow of business. Traditional pipeline repair methods usually involve digging trenches in order to gain access to the damaged pipe. This sort of repair method is extremely invasive and causes disruption to your daily business routine. CIPP is a trenchless method that uses a liner tube, resin, and a curing process to create a new pipeline inside the old one. This repair method allows your business to continue as usual with no noise or disruptions.
Traditional pipe restoration methods used materials like steel and copper to replace pipes. These materials don’t last very long and have to be repaired frequently. CIPP uses resin which lasts for around 50 years. This resin material provides a smooth and solid pipeline that won’t have to be restored for a very long time.
CIPP uses resin and a liner tube to create a new, solid pipeline. This new pipeline has no joining points that could lead to a leak in the future. Traditional pipe restoration involves removing the damaged pipeline and replacing it with a new one. It also involves joining the new pipeline with the rest of the existing, non-damaged pipeline. These joining points leave the pipe vulnerable to leaks. Using CIPP reduces your chances for leaks which means your pipes will last longer.
Having to get your pipes repaired can seem like a mess. Traditional pipe restoration can leave businesses in turmoil. CIPP offers an alternative way to get your pipes repaired without having to deal with a huge mess. CIPP lasts longer than traditional pipe restoration because it uses quality materials, and doesn’t have vulnerable joints. When it comes to pipe restoration, CIPP is the way to go. To learn more about CIPP and how it can increase the longevity of your pipes, contact Vertical Pipe Repair.