Traditional methods of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) use heat to cure, which is delivered using hot water or steam. For light-based curing, a specialized light head is pulled through the pipe at a defined rate of speed. The head delivers high-energy radiation that initiates the cure of the liner’s resin. Typically, these systems are also equipped with a camera, giving operators the ability to monitor and control the process in real-time from start to finish. Recent advancements in light-based cure technology like SpeedyLight+ are providing distinct benefits to operators, contractors and communities.
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