Spray-in-Place Pipeline (SIPP) Rehabilitation Process

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Extend the service life of system piping and components

SUEZ Spray-in-Place Pipeline (SIPP) rehabilitation process is a trenchless, efficient and long-lasting solution for the restoration of aging underground piping systems. This versatile solution works on pipes ranging from 1 ¼ inches to 72 inches in diameter, both vertical and horizontal. Our innovative SIPP technology uses a computer-controlled, state-of-the-art robotic spray application rig to apply an internal epoxy pipe lining in-situ. The NSF 61-approved, 100%-solids epoxy coating bonds with the pipe -preventing and sealing cracks- and moves with the structure thanks to its high level of elasticity, abating leaks caused by settling. Once cured, it creates a structural seal inside the pipe which restores the pipeline to its original design parameters, prevents future leaks and protects against contaminants leaching into the system.

Benefits of SUEZ SIPP:

  • Extends the service life of system piping and components
  • Reduces the frequency of maintenance and decreases costs and system down-time
  • Enhances flow capacity and system efficiency
  • Improves water quality
  • Protects against future corrosion and degradation, eliminates the leaching of lead from soldered joints