The only thing worse than a failing sewer line is a failing sewer liner

Aug 13, 2018

Curing with Confidence and the free White Paper by Pipeline Renewal.

Cured in-place pipe (CIPP) lining can effectively address damage and leaks — when installed correctly. But when installation goes wrong, further repairs can be costly, time-consuming and disruptive.

That's why more and more users are turning to fiber-optic cure verification. Its accuracy and detail in monitoring cure temperature assures contractors and system operators alike that the repairs have been cured efficiently, safely and to completion.

Learn more about the benefits and technique behind this technology in PRT's newest white paper.

Is Your CIPP Liner Fully Cured?

Trenchless solutions to sewer rehabilitation are often safer, cheaper and less expensive than digging. Cured-in-place pipe liners offer all of these benefits—but they bring new risks when undercooked.

Now, more rehab professionals are turning to fiber-optic cure verification, which can provide installers with the confidence that their liners are cured properly. Download our new, free white paper for an in-depth look at this temperature monitoring technology now.


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