Epoxy spray lining is a method of rehabilitating culverts with a thin lining of resin, which is sprayed on to the cleaned surface. The goal is to isolate the host pipe from the conveyed medium.
About Epoxy Spray Lining:
- Epoxy is one of the best materials for coating and lining, and is typically used for corrosion prevention in newly installed large diameter pipes.
- The robotic spray-on application system restores culverts, sewer pipes, and also has a successful track record on underground water mains.
- The epoxy application process can reline large diameter pipes of up to 60 inches and can go up to 700 linear feet in one pass.
- This revolutionary pipe restoration process requires no excavation and is designed for horizontal and vertical pipes.
- The precision of this system can control the thickness of the epoxy, resulting in smooth lining, which preserves flow capacity, improves efficiency, and prevents costly leaks.
- Uses a chemical-resistant, non-toxic epoxy lining that provides a safe and protective barrier between the pipe and water.
- Can be applied in any metal pipe in any building, structure, or environment, above or below ground, and has a life expectancy of approximately 50 years.
Replacing pipes is 50-75% more costly than lining them. Epoxy spray lining is fast, saves downtime and money, with little mess, and minimal disruption.