Storm Drain Cured In Place Pipe Lining (CIPP)
Corrugated and concrete storm drains and culverts deteriorate allowing sand infiltration and resulting ground settlement. In one day we can clean and re-line the storm drains saving downtime, money and mess.
Advantages Of CIPP In Storm Drains
Replacing pipes is 50% to 75% more expensive than lining them. Lining is a non-invasive process. There is no destruction to buildings or landscape. Reconstruction costs for repiping can be 60% of direct pipe repair costs and storm drain CIPP lining eliminates the need for reconstruction.
Safe And Durable
Our storm sewer drain pipe lining has a 50-year warranty and is approved by the EPA, NSF, FDA and IAPMO.
In all cases, storm sewer CIPP lining takes a fraction of the time of traditional repiping methods. Our continuous lining installation of up to 1,000′ takes 30-minutes, followed by dry steam curing.
No Traffic Disruption
Since roads, railways and runways are not excavated, traffic flow can continue unabated.
Since the lining conforms to the shape of the host pipe, any shape (oval, rectangular etc.) can be rehabilitated.
No Annular Space For Water Infiltration
Since we use air-inversion to install the liner, the resin faces the host pipe and completely seals off any holes, cracks or missing host pipe sections, thereby stopping all water infiltration.
2 different standards of ASTM apply for CIPP: ASTM F1216-09 for air inversion CIPP, and ASTM F1743-08 for pull in place CIPP
Maddrey Enterprises, Inc. adheres to the guidelines set forth in two main ASTM Standards (a brief description of each is below) specific to the Cured-In-Place Pipe lining industry. ASTM Standards are used to design liner strength calculations for specific installations, reference accepted installation and curing methods. Learn more details about ASTM standards for CIPP.