• Trenchless – no major excavations required 
  • Long shelf life – no liquid resins mean that there are no shelf life concerns. 
  • Thin-walled (3mm) – to maintain the pipe’s hydraulic capacity 
  • Structural – same standalone integrity as the existing pressure pipe – 50+ bar burst pressure
  • Sustainability & Environmentally friendly – low carbon footprint 
  • Cost-effective  
  • Uses 3rd party end seals, couplings and ferrules 
  • Minimal maintenance 
  • Minimise damage/disruption – to existing utility services 

Contractors & Infrastructure Owners

  • Possibility to line pipes that are difficult to access (underneath rivers, roads, railway tracks etc) 
  • The process has the ability to line round bends and offset joints 
  • Limited future maintenance required 
  • Little excavation when compared to traditional open cut 
  • Possibility to line through bends 
  • Adjacent infrastructures not disturbed by work 
  • Less complaints from residents during work 
  • Rehabilitation is less expensive than traditional open cut; 
  • Prevention of future water main breaks; 
  • Elimination of further interventions on rehabilitated water mains; 
  • Reduction of social costs. 
  • Uses standard 3rd party attachments – joints, connections, end seals etc. as below: 

Environmental benefits 

  • Preservation of surface and underground infrastructure 
  • Minimal traffic disruption 
  • Low noise and dust pollution for neighbourhood residents 
  • Protection of the environment due to CO2 emission reduction 
  • Extremely short turnaround times 
  • Restoration of the functionality of a pipeline system for many decades to come 
  • Process has a small footprint on site – potentially only requiring 2 vehicles on site