BE-13 Renovation: Lining with Cured-In-Place Pipes - F...

Final Work, Acceptance, Renovation Defects

Opening the Cured-In-Place Pipe and Control of Success

A cured-in-place pipe that is subject to a shrinking process after curing should be cut off with a sufficient protrusion in the manhole.

To control the success the installation process of the cured-in-place pipe, the following steps need to be done:

  • Optical internal inspection and deformation measurement
  • Testing of water tightness according to DIN EN 1610
  • Site sampling and material testing
  • TV monitoring of the milling and connection work


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