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Repair Sewer Mains with Cured In Place Pipe Lining

Tearing up city streets to repair a broken sewer main may not be necessary. Time and money can be saved by using cured in place pipe lining to repair pipes rather than replacing them. Pipes can be lined with different materials then cured in place to form a seal inside the pipe. With fiberglass pipe lining, the pipe will be good for another 50+ years at a minimum and the cost is about two thirds the cost of replacing a pipe. Read more...

Why Use Fiberglass Lining Versus Felt

Ultraviolet fiberglass cured in place pipe (CIPP) liner is far superior in many ways to felt pipe lining. One of the main reasons to use fiberglass liner with UV curing, instead of water or steam-cured felt liners, is that felt curing causes by-products that negatively affect the environment. Read more...

America's Crumbling Infrastructure

Broken sewer pipes mean pollutants leaking into the ground water and potential land movement. Water infiltration into those pipes means overtaxed sewage treatment plants. Clogged sewer mains from broken pipes and clogged and broken storm drains create negative environmental impact, health risks and damage to homeowner’s properties. Fiberglass UV CIPP is an ideal solution for pipe rehabilitation. Read more...

Streamliner UV™ Passes Los Angeles Pickle Jar Test

LightStream, LP’s Streamliner UV™ cured in place pipe fiberglass pipe liner, has passed the “L.A. pickle jar” test. This is a significant milestone for both UV CIPP fiberglass liners and the city of Los Angeles. This is also a major step along the way of having StreamLiner UV™ Greenbook specified. In addition, these test results make the product available for cities and engineering firms to immediately qualify StreamLiner UV™ for inclusion in CIPP bid specifications requiring Greenbook chemical resistance testing.