Flow-Liner has used its cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) solution for the second time in the Marion City School District in Ohio, US for the repair of a condenser pipe.
Marion City Schools, which serves more than 4,300 students in Marion, Ohio, discovered a leak in one of its condenser pipes and contacted the company for repair.
After an assessment by a certified Flow-Liner installer, two CIPP liners – totalling 122 m – were installed using the inversion method.
The first liner was used to repair the leaking condenser line, while the second was used as a preventative maintenance measure in the supply pipe.
The successful installation had to navigate tricky lines that each contained six bends, lining the pipes in full.
The district had previously contracted Flow-Liner on a separate trenchless project and selected the product again after prior success with CIPP lining, in addition to its ability to meet project requirements, including to avoid destruction of the driveway, parking lots and floors.
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