How do I know my existing pipes will not be negatively impacted?
- Jan 07, 2014
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Proven technology that has been developed worldwide for over 15 years. No failures to date with independent engineered studies which verify there is no damage to the host pipe. All fiber-in-the-sewer processes were developed by both telecom engineers and municipal sewer engineers. Never is the intended use of the collection system compromised and never is more than 1 percent of the cross-section of the sewer pipe occupied by the fiber cable. A municipality can continue to use existing processes to maintain the sewer system, to include high pressure cleaning, chemical grouting, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) point repairs and CIPP lining from manhole to manhole. In addition, pressure testing of joints and manholes can be done as well as open-cut point repairs.