Lateral Sealing Process 'A worldwide problem such as Pipe Lining now has a simple solution'
It was 30 to 60 years ago when basic municipal infrastructure was built. Many existing Pipe Line networks such as sewers and water mains have given in to age related deterioration, distribution due to various stresses such as ground movement.
A lot of Irish towns have busy and narrow streets. Disadvantages of traditional approaches to Rehabilitating Pipe Networks such as excavation is that they can be expensive and a disruptive process.
The Lateral Sealing System - Replacement without digging
The ‘no-dig’ method has proven to be the best solution in terms of the total cost of the repair of the system. It is also a very fast and reliable alternative, and a long lasting one – the Lateral Sealing System displays a high degree of durability and strength and as mentioned already is the best option for Relined Pipes work. Click here to see an animation of the pipe lining system process.
INPIPE'S Technical Information
INPIPE'S No-Dig System is used for gravity-flow and pressurised supply pipes. The pliable, seamless, glass-fibre reinforced liner is pressed right against the walls of the old pipe using compressed air. Once the INPIPE System is in place, a unique train of ultraviolet lights hardens the liner.
All Lateral Sealing liner materials have a very high level of strength and durability to their surroundings. The product complies with all known environmental and strength requirements currently in force.
The INPIPE Production Process has quality assurance to ISO9001:1994. Every stage of the INPIPE Production Process from development to production to marketing is quality assured and documented. This means that you are guaranteed products which are fully commensurate with your requirements and our specifications every time.
Cured in Place Pipe Lining System - A Flexible Solution
The Lateral Sealing System can be applied to a wide variety of systems.
- Dimension range between 150-1200 mm.
- Laminate thickness ranges between 3-10 mm.
- Compact, flexible equipment means that installation can be carried out in restricted spaces.
- Installation time is kept to a minimum with the ultraviolet curing light method for hardening the liner. Activities around the installation site proceed without disturbances, and the pipe system can resume normal operation the very same day.
- Complete process monitoring and documentation is possible using the ultraviolet curing light technique to track the process of the Sewers Pipes Rehabilitation.
INPIPE Production Process - Better Materials for a Better Environment
At the heart of the Lateral Sealing System is the patented, continuous braid of corrosion resistant glass-fibre that forms a seamless tube during the INPIPE Production Process. This unique method provides the framework for correct Pipe Renovation and creates a stable and durable new pipe.
- The excellent flexibility and strength of the liner allows thin liner walls, which in turn allows a maximum diameter of the renovated pipe.
- The glass-fibre reinforcement provides a structural liner strength which complies with all stringent requirements.
- Perfectly sealed lateral connections to the mains.
- The ultraviolet method makes the process of installing more economical and cleaner than conventional methods.
- Throughput qualities are improved considerably thanks to the smooth inner wall of the liner.
- The inner and outer layers of protective foil guarantee environmentally-friendly handling.
- Pliable, glass-fibre braid ensures a corrosion-resistant end product with a long service life.
- Custom-made according to ring stiffness, length and diameter thereby giving optimal operational performance for each application.
Lateral Sealing is a glass fibre reinforced composite lining system for sewers cured in place by ultra violet light. Lateral Sealing is an advanced close-fit Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) Lining System.
UV-Cured Pipe Relining System
The UV Cured Pipe Relining System is used for the lining of pipes all over the world.
The Inversion Method
The Inversion Method is commonly used to install relined pipes. For more information on the Inversion Method or Pipe Lining in general contact USSR Ltd on +353 1 4564991.