Frequently Asked Questions
The short answer is yes. We provide expert training for your installing technicians. Not only do we do the initial training, but we also offer continuous advice on how to handle certain situations.
The InnerCure team has well over half a century of experience in pipeline rehabilitation. We use that knowledge and experience in selecting materials and equipment best suited to the target market. InnerCure also delivers that experience to their installation partners along with techniques on how to install CIPP successfully. InnerCure products are tested and certified to meet or exceed industry standards that design liners to last over 50 years. In fact, industry standards are designed for a 50 year half life since they include a safety factor of 2.
Cast Iron was a product widely used throughout the United States for residential and commercial plumbing. Aging cast iron pipelines have become problematic due to corrosion and cracking. This has resulted in issues such as back-ups and localized flooding. Having an InnerCure products installer clean, inspect and evaluate your property's piping system can let you know if CIPP is the solution.
Absolutely! The Technical Advisors at InnerCure can custom tailor lining systems for almost any budget. Based on your company or municipal budget and profile we offer the best advice on how to get started lining pipelines. We can also offer professional advice on cleaning, television and support equipment.
Yes. Our training staff have been in the pipeline rehabilitation industry a long time. They can offer advice on how to set up the equipment and manage your projects to maximize your time.
Yes. InnerCure advisors can assist in getting InnerCure's products approved. Consult with InnerCure to best address gaining approvals for installing InnerCure products.
Innercure can supply all types of lining products. No single technology can fit all situations, which is why InnerCure offers many products in order to truly partner with our installers. Your Customers deserve the very best technology for their project and we are here to help.
The short answer is 'yes". Tree roots are looking for two things when they penetrate into a pipeline. They are looking for moisture and nutrients. So, a tightly fit CIPP liner can block open joints and cracks from allowing roots to return. It is imperative that the liner be cured and sealed properly in order to prevent the roots from finding the next source at another unlined portion of the pipeline.