Cast Iron Pipe
We can clear this nasty scale buildup from cast iron pipe by relining.
copper pile with new lining Copper Pipe After Lining
First we clean the copper pipe, then we blow in the epoxy which coats the pipe and prevents further problems with electrolysis and erosion. this process can be performed in copper, iron and galvanized pipe from half inch up to two inch pipe.
Cracked Cast Iron Pipe
The only thing holding this pipe together is the calcification that has built up over the years.
Cast Iron Pipe With Large Amount of Scale
Before lining this pipe. It first has to be completely descaled and hydro jetted. This process takes the most time in the lining process.
After Cleaning and Installing Cured in Place Pipe
This is a picture after thoroughly cleaning the pipe and installing the liner. The pipe is better than new, with increased flow rates and an expected 100 year life span.
Orangeburgh Pipe
Orangeburgh pipe was manufactured from the late 40's to the early 70's. This pipe is called fiber pipe because it is actually made from fiber and pitch. Although it has lasted for many years, roots do invade the pipe at the joints and also the pipe will delaminate.
Orangeburgh Pipe
This pipe has a root pushing in that is almost blocking the entire pipe. Our pipe bursting process for repairing sewer lines only requires two small entries. One next to the house and one at the property line in the alley, saving the yard!
Orangeburgh Pipe
This pipe has a root pushing in that is almost blocking the entire pipe. Our pipe bursting process for repairing sewer lines only requires two small entries. One next to the house and one at the property line in the alley, saving the yard!