- Pipe Lining 6" - 96" Diameter (CIPP)
- Pipe Cleaning & Video Inspection
- No Dig Point Repair Systems
- Excavation - Sliplining - Grouting
- Trenchless Repair of Pipe Leaks & Defects
NASTT’s CIPP Good Practice Course
Tri-State Utilities will be hosting NASTT’s Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) Good Practices Course next month. The course will be held May 7th in Williamsburg, VA. Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) technology is an effective trenchless pipeline rehabilitation method that may help to address many of your city’s water and wastewater problems. CIPP is one of the most widely used and accepted pipeline rehabilitation methods. It significantly reduces infiltration and ex-filtration. CIPP is cost-effective and increases flow capacity. And because it is trenchless, traffic congestion and site disruption are significantly reduced.
The CIPP course provides an in-depth overview of wastewater mainline and lateral pipe rehabilitation using CIPP from planning and design to job completion. Course topics will include CIPP definition, description, background and methods; CIPP application range in trenchless rehabilitation; design of CIPP for gravity applications and pressure applications; construction and installation; specifications, inspection & QA/QC. The target audience is contractors, public works & public utilities, consulting engineers, inspectors and industry practitioners.
Kaleel Rahaim, NASTT’s 2015 Hall of Fame Inductee, will be presenting this course. Kaleel is a graduate / Chemical Engineer from Mississippi State University. He has experience in many different aspects of Engineering such as project and process engineering and has been involved in the thermoset polymer industry for over 30 years. His current position is Business Manager, Pipeline Remediation Polymers for the Thermoset Resins Division of Interplastic Corporation. Kaleel served on the NASTT Board of Directors from 2006 to 2011 and is involved with many other trade organizations for the trenchless remediation industry.Tags: Cured-In-Place Pipe, NASTT
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