At CME Pipe Lining & Sewer Repair, we believe proper industrial pipe cleaning and overall pipe care is essential to any industrial complex. If you or anyone at your facility begins to notice any slow draining toilets or sinks, backflow in your floor or sink drains, and/or noises from any of your pipes, it is crucial that you contact a professional to have the issue investigated right away. By looking into underground pipe problems early on, you may save yourself and the entire business a lot of time and money in the long run.
There are several, minimally intrusive ways to clear partially or completely clogged underground pipes. The goal, however, should be to implement a long-term fix that eliminates the risk of compromised drainage recurrence in the long term. The least intrusive and longest-term fix available today is the pipe lining process, or cure-in-place pipe (CIPP).
How CIPP Lining Works
The process for rehabilitating industrial pipes with CIPP lining consists of inserting a cut-to-length, sock-like, flexible pipe liner saturated with an epoxy resin into the failing pipe. The liner is then inflated with air or water, causing it to mold itself to the inside surface of the existing pipe, where it begins to cure. Once the liner is fully cured, you find yourself with a brand new and seamless pipe, engineered with a 50-year lifespan.
If you have what some consider ‘larger than usual’ pipes, CME Pipe Lining can likely handle the job. CME has the tools and expertise to line pipes with diameters of up to 54 inches and beyond.
Benefits of Lining Industrial Pipes
There are many compelling benefits to lining industrial pipes:
- The lining process is far less time consuming, disruptive, hazardous, and costly than open cut repairs. case study job – trenchless pipe lining
- Production may not need to be interrupted, depending on the pipe to be lined
- A lined pipe will have more structural integrity and a longer lifespan than the original or any standard pipe installation
Of note for our industrial prospects is that the lining process for high-temperature process pipes uses different materials than the standard sewer pipe lining process. High-temperature process pipes require materials that can handle the high temperatures of the water flowing through them. The experienced technicians at CME Pipe Lining use a custom high-temperature resin for applications like these. This specialized resin can handle up to 285 degrees F.
Work with the Best Pipe Rehabilitation Experts in Cincinnati
Our team at CME Pipe Lining & Sewer Repair has worked with hundreds of customers across the Cincinnati and Tri-State area. We pride ourselves in quality service and have perfected the CIPP method for lining Industrial process pipes. The CIPP method is the preferred method for industrial sewer and process pipe repair and maintenance. The reason we choose to use CIPP lining is because it is far more cost-effective for our customers and is also extremely efficient. While open-cut services are still needed in some situations, these are rare. Trust in our state-of-the-art sewer repair and pipe lining services to properly restore your pipes.