60,000 lf of 10", 8" and 6" sanitary sewer pipe using the steam cure
Nu Main will be a Pull-in-Place, steam cure
system for 8” to 12” in diameter main.
Insituform will utilize its proprietary Air Invert Steam Cure
(AISC) method during the CIPP installation.
The option to steam cure
in just 45 minutes also provides significant time and cost savings.
It is expected that Insituform's proprietary air inversion steam cure
installation method will be used throughout the project.
However, the process of curing UV CIPP liner is totally different than for a water or steam cure
Hallett said due to the sensitive eco system, the department would not allow CIPP hot water or steam cure
liners to be used.
It is expected that its crews will utilize Insituform's proprietary air inversion steam cure
installation method that reduces energy and water usage by approximately 95 percent.
Insituform plans to utilize its air invert steam cure
(AISC) technology to complete this project, which will reduce water and energy usage on the job site by approximately 95 percent.
The inversion and steam cure
process ensures a consistent, quality installed liner that is compliant with ASTM F2561 and F1216.
Air inversion steam cure
(AISC), which can reduce the amount of water used during installation by nearly 95 percent, will be used to install most of the CIPP.
Insituform Canada will rehabilitate approximately 11 miles of egg-shaped brick pipelines and 10-inch to 42-inch diameter combined sewer system pipelines using its air inversion steam cure
installation method, which reduces energy usage during installation by approximately 95 percent.