Colorado Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation
In 1994 our company purchased an exclusive license from InLiner Technologies to use their CIPP process in the states of Arizona,
Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
The CIPP (cured in place pipe) rehabilitation process
involves the insertion of a felt tube, saturated with resin and coated with a
waterproof plastic film, into the existing host pipe. The tube is then expanded
and hot water (or steam) is circulated through the tube, which cures the resin.
The cured material then serves as a new stand-alone, joint-less pipe formulated
to meet the pressure, corrosive and abrasive needs of specific municipal and
This is trenchless pipe rehabilitation.
In addition to our licensed area we have successfully
completed work in Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Texas, and California. In total,
W.S.U. Inc. has installed over 500,000 lineal feet of pipe ranging in diameter
from 4" to 60" throughout the western U.S.
As with the conventional
division, the CIPP division has completed many technically difficult projects,
some of which have been published case studies in national construction
journals. In 1998 our company was the recipient of the prestigious "Construction Safety Award", presented annually by the United States Department of the
Contact our Colorado Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation company today.