How Midwest Mole Repairs Tunnels and Pipes
Sometimes, our clients need us to rehabilitate existing tunnel and pipe systems. At Midwest Mole, we’re true experts in every aspect of the rehab and repair process, with methods perfected over many years of experience. No matter what’s wrong with your pipes, we’re confident that we have the answers you need.
Sliplining is the insertion of a new pipe by pulling or pushing it into the existing pipe and grouting the annular space. The pipe used may be continuous, or a string of individual pipes of a smaller diameter than the original pipe.
Midwest Mole stays on the cutting edge of new rehabilitation methods so that we can provide you with the most options and the best methods to repair your pipes.
Spiral Wound Lining
Spiral wound lining involves winding a new pipe or liner inside of an existing structure that allows for the extension of a system’s service life, or to allow the sealing of an existing structure.
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