Published: Jan 1992
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Increasing awareness of deteriorating infrastructure systems has led to the development of a new pipeline reconstruction method which forms a tight-fitting, new PVC pipe within an existing pipe. This unique process can be used for reconstructing pipes ranging from 4-inch through 12-inch diameter for both municipal and industrial applications. The new PVC pipe provides structural support and isolates the existing conduit from further corrosion from the effluent.
PVC, trenchless reconstruction, corrosion protection, infiltration control, thermoplastics
Registered professional engineer and a Business Development Engineer, NUPIPE, Inc., Memphis, TN