A resin felt tube, fiberglass fabric, or several other materials that are suitable for resin impregnation, reversed or drawn in a damaged pipe. This is usually done from the upstream access point (men or excavation).
It is possible to reverse the upstream layer (for samples from downstream access points), but it carries a higher risk. It is possible to install liners from downstream access points, upstream at the blind tip. However, this is often the very best risk of all CIPP installation methods. Small digging, this trenchless process is involved for the potentially more profitable and less disturbing method than traditional methods of repair of pipes.
STEPS FOR CURED IN PLACE PIPES
Measuring pipe diameter, depth, and length were taken. The layer and calibration tube are then turned off from the construction site according to the measurements obtained.
Mix Resin and Measurement
Resin is also measured and mixed according to the measurements obtained
Pour in layers
Resin is then poured into the layer and rolled or "wet" several times to ensure the complete impregnation of resin to the liner.
Load on the inverter
The layer tube and the infused calibration are then loaded into the inverter.
Loading in the line
The liner is then put into an existing pipe using a pipe direction and head of an inversion. This provides appropriate insertion.
Back with atmospheric pressure
Air pressure then turned in the resin that connects and is sealed with the existing hosts. Balloon calibration tube to maintain layers as a drug.
Loans for service
After recovering, the calibration tube is removed, and the pipe is ready for service.
The benefits are clear
As a technology without a trench, CIPP does not require excavation to rehabilitate pipes that run away or structurally. "Depending on design considerations, excavations are often made, but liners are often installed through access holes or existing access points." Even though CIPP can repair pipes with curves, special design considerations must be taken into consideration to stop wrinkles and stretches.