In Mayfield, Kentucky a 10-inch vitrified clay pipe was missing a 4 foot section, causing massive amounts of inflow/infiltration (I/I) to continuously flow through their system. Above the pipe sat a small concrete bridge with a 18-inch storm drain crossing the sewer line. Traditional dig and replace methods would have forced the city to bypass both sewer lines, completely rebuild the bridge and close the road down—estimated costs were between $25,000 and $30,000.
PipePatch No Dig Pipe Repair
No dig, trenchless pipe rehabilitation system.