When to Use a Pipe Patch
The EIS pipe patch solution is for drain, waste, and vent applications. Besides saving time and money, pipe patching also prevents the destruction that replacing an entire pipeline creates. A patch means we won’t have to cut down the neighborhood’s 100-year-old oak tree that’s growing over the pipeline, or tear out a road or parking lot that a pipeline is located underneath. Keep in mind that at this time, a CIPP is not approved for drinking water applications.CONTACT US
Here’s How the Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) Works:
- We insert a liner into a pipe impregnated with a thermosetting resin, which is expanded and cured to form a tight-fitting liner within the host pipe, a pipe within a pipe.
- The CIPP process incorporates the existing pipeline into the finished product to produce improved performance of the original pipeline.
- Cure times vary due to host pipe material and temperatures, but curing usually occurs in one to three hours.
EIS works with municipalities, developers, and contractors in little and big cities and towns across Indiana. You can count on us for maintenance as well as emergency service for the following:
Sales & Rentals
If you would prefer to do the work yourself, EIS is the rare company that offers both service and product sales. We sell new and used equipment, and we also offer rentals if you prefer not to buy. We are a one-stop shop for all your infrastructure needs. Check out our about and FAQ pages to learn more.