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Sliplining

Techniques by which continuous or discreet pipes are inserted within existing pipes: examples include the pulling in of long lengths of PE pipes within water mains or the insertion of individual pipes within sewers. This is generally a low cost technique, which has the disadvantage of reduction of bore.

 

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Schematic courtesy of WRc 

Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 14:06

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