Reestablish structural consistency to an existing pipeline
Like cured-in-place pipe, sliplining is a long-standing and fully structural way to rehabilitate sanitary and storm sewer pipe mainlines, laterals and culvert pipes by creating a pipe within a pipe. With sliplining pipe rehabilitation, a new sewer pipe lining is pushed or pulled into an existing, deteriorating pipe. Then the annular space is chemically filled, and the ends are sealed. This sewer pipe relining method is as versatile as it is dependable: it can be used on pipes as small as 8 inches in diameter up to more than 10 feet.