COMPARISON OF REHABILITATION PROCEDURES

CIPP/ Inliner vs. Shortliner Trenchless complete rehabilitation compared to selective damage repair

BRAWOLINER CIPP

The pipe liner method is a trenchless rehabilitation solution, where the need to dig up or uncover the defective drainage pipes can be avoided. During the rehabilitation, a flexible textile liner is coated with resin and then by means of air or water pressure is inserted into the defective pipe. Thereby the pipe is completely lined, a new plastic pipe is created in the old pipe.

The shortliner (patch or point repair) method is a repair procedure in which selective damage is repaired. In this procedure only the optically clearly defined damages over a limited length with the help of so-called packer systems are repaired.

The advantages and disadvantages of the different rehabilitation methods:

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