For municipalities and industries looking for a quick, cost effective and non-destructive way to rehabilitate deteriorating pipelines without the need for excavation, MPC ToughTube® is the solution. CIPP lining systems are the most widely used and accepted process for restoring structural integrity, reducing inflow and infiltration, and in many circumstances increasing flow capacity in larger diameter lines. The pliable nature of the uncured pipe liner, or tube, which is made of a resin-saturated felt with a vapor barrier, allows the material to be installed around curves and other obstructions while filling cracks and bridging gaps. The lining process is accomplished by either inverting or pulling the tube into the existing host pipe made of any material. Once the resin-impregnated tube has been fully installed, it is cured using circulating hot water or steam. During the curing process, the tube is held tightly against the host pipe by internal pressure. After the tube has cured into a monolithic structure, the laterals are robotically reopened. Our professional installers work quickly, typically completing jobs in just days rather than weeks or even months. MPC ToughTube can be designed to restore the full structural strength of the host pipe or it can be designed strictly as a liner depending on the degree of host pipe degradation. It is available in a wide variety of shapes and pipe diameters from 6-inches to over 96-inches.
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