Spray in Place Solutions (SIPS) inserts an innovative robotic system to camera, clean and then coat the inside of your pipes with an environmentally safe, non-porous “high-build” epoxy coating that adheres like car paint.
(SIPP) is an environmentally conscious approach with repairs occurring “in-situ”, mitigating the negative community impact normally associated with ‘ripping and replacing’ an aged piping system
Our process is custom tailored to your infrastructure’s specific needs. Our Team has more experience than any other in rehabilitating all type’s of piping systems.
Our Team has coated 100’s of thousands of feet all across America, having traveled over 500,000 miles rehabilitating municipal, industrial, commercial and residential high-rise piping infrastructure
We have roughly 90% of the history of spin casting the Warren Environmental Epoxies nationwide, the most third party tested coating in the industry
We utilize an innovative robotic technology to ‘Camera, Clean and Coat’ the inside of pipes. We apply an environmentally safe, fully plasticized, non-porous, ‘high-build’ epoxy coating that adheres to the pipe wall like car paint. After curing, we turn over a structurally rehabilitated ‘like new’ pipe with an added 75 year engineered life expectancy.
Our technology needs only 5% of the excavating, 10-15% of the timing and impact, and also saves our clients around 50% of the costs versus traditional open-cut replacement.
It’s an environmentally conscious approach with repairs occurring ‘in-situ’. Warren Epoxies have passed every stringent potable water quality requirement in states across the country. It’s a single coat, NSF Certified, 100% Solids, Zero VOC, Structural, Aquatic Safe epoxy coating.
After rehabilitation you’re left with a fully plasticized non-porous interior that nothing will stick to or tuberculate onto again. In most cases, for our water main clients, we double, triple or even quadruple their current flow capacity. On average, a coated pipe has a C-Factor of between 100 to 110, which is maintained for the rest of the life of that pipe.
We intimately bond and adhere to the host pipe wall like car paint. Water or sewage cannot get behind a liner and cause failures, as often happens with CIPP.
We follow the bends and turns of the pipe spraying from the center out, so we don’t create pinches and choke points like those found in CIPP. This is a major advantage in pressurized pipes.
We do not seal off T’s, branches or service laterals all the way down to 3/4″. Unlike CIPP, there’s no need to follow behind with robotic cutting tools that may creating other problems like leaving a lip on a liner that isn’t intimately bonded.