Flow-Liner provides CIPP solution for leaking pipe
Flow-Liner has provided a CIPP solution for a leaking pipe at a remote resort in the US.
At Amangiri resort, located in the canyons in the southwest US, a leak in a spa line was found to be leaking thousands of litres of water on a daily basis.
Amangiri was reluctant to use a repair method that would require excavation, as it would result in the demolition and reconstruction of the spa and its surrounding facilities.
After contacting a certified Flow-Liner installer, a trenchless cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining alternative was suggested.
The installer had the complication of navigating six 90° bends in the first 7.6 m of pipe, but was able to successfully install the liner using the CIPP lining inversion system, with no excavation required.
The Flow-Liner® Small Drain Inversion™ System allows for the lining of 2 to 6 inch (50 to 153 mm) pipes from a single point of entry for commercial, residential and industrial applications, using a variety of resins to suit the project’s needs.
“From this experience, Flow-Liner Systems and its certified installers are the go-to providers for underground work due to their professionalism, work skills, problem solving, timeliness, and great communications,” said Canyon Group Project Manager Dan Thebeau.
For more information visit the Flow-Liner website.
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