How do Spiniello’s sliplining services work?
Any new pipes used in sliplining obviously need to be smaller than the host pipe. The new pipe is first laid out above ground, then pulled through an excavated area into the host pipe. The new pipe then gets winched to manhole or exit pit through the host pipe. Materials for new pipes can include polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (HDPE and HE) and more.
Once the pipe is in place, the space between the new and host pipes needs to be sealed. Spiniello uses a special water-tight sealing solution to ensure no leakage gets through to damage the new pipe.
What are the benefits of sliplining?
Some of the biggest advantages of using Spiniello’s sliplining services are:
- Efficiency. You are able to save a significant amount of money and time while providing an environmentally friendly pipe rehabilitation solution.
- Logistically friendly. Because there isn’t nearly as much excavation required with sliplining as regular pipe replacement, you can drastically minimize the disruptions for pedestrians and vehicles.
- Better performance. Sliplining enables you to improve the flow characteristics of sewer and water lines, remove risks of corrosion and leakage and reduce the costs of pumping and ongoing maintenance.
Contact Spiniello for more information about sliplining
Our team has more than 50 years of experience in rehabilitating pipes. Place your trust in our experts and call us today for more information about how we can assist you in your job.