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Quality assurance/quality control for Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) installations.

Today, after more than 30 years of successful installations and tens of thousands of miles of pipe installed, the cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) technology continues to grow. For these 30 years, CIPP liners have provided a solution that addresses an immense need in the sewer renewal industry

With passing years however, original CIPP liner product concepts have changed very little. Low Bid has become the established procurement goal, displacing emphasis on quality and product life cycle

Lower quality commodity products at a cheaper price have become acceptable rather than better quality engineered and integrated technologies installed at a fair and competitive price.

Quality Assurance of CIPP projects includes the raw materials, the method of manufacture, installation technique and the curing process. This group of presenters will discuss all aspects of how to ensure a quality CIPP installation and is a must attend for consulting engineers and municipal representatives who are tired of accepting less than top quality performance on their CIPP projects.
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Title Annotation:New For 2008
Publication:Underground Construction
Date:Dec 1, 2007
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