Slip Lining in North Dakota and Minnesota
Ellingson Companies provides slip lining in Minnesota, North Dakota, the Upper Midwest, and throughout North America
Slip Lining is a cost effective trenchless rehabilitation method used to repair leaks or restore structural stability to water, sewer and storm
sewer pipelines. Slip lining is performed on pipes ranging in diameter from 4 inches up to 42 inches and lengths of up to 5,000 feet. The Slip Lining process is completed by winching or pushing a new pipe through the existing pipe, grouting the annular space between the two pipes and sealing the ends.
The Slip Lining Process
The Slip Lining process is completed by winching or pushing a new pipe through the existing pipe, grouting the annular space between the two pipes and sealing the ends.
Slip Lining Capabilities
- Pipe diameter ranging in size from 2-in. up to 60-in.
- Up to 3,000-ft. in length
- Restrained joint that withstand pulling forces
- Materials: HDPE, Fused PVC, Restrained joint PVC, ductile iron, and steel
The Benefits of Slip Lining
- Quick installation
- Minimal environmental impact
- Cost effective
- Utilize existing infrastructure
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Fusible PVC® Pipe Replaces Existing 24-inch Ductile Iron Force Main
…the IGLSD took immediate action when a 24-inch ductile iron force main recently failed…due to interior corrosion.