ASTM WK54931

    New Practice for Non-Watertight Structural Rehabilitation of a Sewer Service Lateral and Its Connection to the Main Using a Cured-in-Place Liner.

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    WK54931

    1. Scope

    A practice for the rehabilitation of a sewer service lateral and its connection to the main using a cured in place liner. This standard includes the procedures to install a CIPP connection liner that satisfies current industry standard structural design and installation practices. Water-tightness of the Liner is not expected.


    Keywords

    Long Term Rehabilitation:Structural design:Structural enhancement:Leakage:Service Life:Infiltration:

    Rationale

    Industry is lacking a proper standard to insure a quality installed liner that only has concern for structural rehabilitation and not water-tightness. It will be used in situations where the owner or engineer does not expect a leak free connection liner but desires a 50-year design life. Engineers and government agencies will use the standard as part of their bid documents for rehabilitation projects.

    The title and scope are in draft form and are under development within this ASTM Committee.

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    Work Item Status

    Date Initiated:
    06-21-2016

    Technical Contact:
    Tim Back

    Item:
    002

    Ballot:
    F17.67 (17-06)

    Status:
    Negative Votes Need Resolution