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.
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.
KeywordsLong Term Rehabilitation:Structural design:Structural enhancement:Leakage:Service Life:Infiltration:
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