Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) - Good Practices Guidelines
CIPP Good Practices Guidelines
This Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Good Practices publication is present by the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT). CIPP is generally defined as a trenchless technology rehabilitation technique whereby a flexible resin-impregnated sleeve is installed into an existing pipe and then cured to a hard finish which usually assumes the shape of the host pipe. In recognition of the significance of this technology, NASTT developed the Good Practice Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) training course. This companion publication for the course has been developed to be generic, non-commercial information covering a wide range of CIPP topics. The content was peer reviewed by volunteer industry professionals to ensure it offered accurate and nonbiased information.
Since 1990, the all-volunteer members of NASTT have presented non-commercial information about green alternative engineering methods to the North American communities. NASTT offers multiple, high quality courses each year throughout North America covering various trenchless topics.
Authored by: Ian Doherty,BASc., P.Eng., Dec Downey,BSc., Ph.D., CEng, Chris Macey, BASc., P.Eng., Kaleel Rahaim, BSc., & Kamran Sarrami, BASc., P.Eng.
Table of Contents:
2. CIPP Definition, Description, Background and Methods
3. CIPP Application Range in Trenchless Rehabilitation
4. CIPP Mechanical Properties and Testing
5. Design of CIPP for Gravity Applications
6. Construction and Installation
7. Specifications and Tendering
8. Inspection and Quality Control/Quality Assurance
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