The best method of treatment is determined by a number of variables and most are related to the nature and severity that the leak is. Since they do not have to be used to dig up damaged pipes to repair them, coatings are widely used to restore pipes. The coatings work well for tiny holes and cracks. They can also be lower in cost and are quicker. Spray-in-place repairs can be another choice. This process involves applying the coating again, which can be applied in about 15 seconds to the pipe’s inner surface. Any type of pipe can benefit from the coating. By using SIPP technology, thousands and feet of pipe can be repaired quickly.
You can also opt for cure-in-place linings that employ an absorbent tube along with epoxy resin to create one new tube within the previous one. Hot air or hot water can be used to create the liner at-site which can last for more than 45 years. You can also choose slip lining. This involves the installation of a pipe that has smaller diameter within an existing one before filling the space between them. It has one disadvantage: it decreases line flow and is only suitable for pipes with a long distance that flow along straight lines. This technique is not suggested to pipes that are badly damaged.
Pipes are fixed by either collars or clamps. A wrap around the pipe blanket might be necessary for damage that is more significant. This is a common repair method applied to areas of corrosion and leaks. It is also used for small pinholes and can be applied to all kinds of pipes. Repair involves placing the collar or clamp around the pipe , then lowering those bolts into the appropriate location. Finally you tighten them. By compressing the gasket seals of the collar, leaks can be stopped.
The pipe bursting method is an alternative. It involves inserting one pipe into the other, much like slip lining. It is different that the new pipe will destroy the compromised pipe to replace it. This process requires less digging and is much cheaper than some o