More Than Twenty-Five Years in the Cured-In-Place-Pipe Business!
Trenchless Technology Repairs Sewer Pipes Without Interfering in Operations
March 13, 2019
THE FORCE MAIN PIPES under Minneapolis-St.-Paul International Airport were due for an inspection. According to Peter Boyer, P.E., of engineering firm TKDA, airport officials were concerned about possible glycol leakage (in winter the pipes carry deicer, under pressure, from the deicing pads). The airport is required to inspect and maintain the lines every five years. Read how cured-in-place CIPP rehabilitation and Visu-Sewer, Inc. provided a solution.