The Benefits of RESINATING Solutions

RESINATING Expansion Liners and Corbels provide a range of benefits that far exceed the benefits provided by any other method of repairing deteriorating sewer pipes and manholes. If you use RESINATING, you:

  • Eliminate the need for virtually all excavation, resurfacing and landscaping costs.
    • When repairing a sewer pipe, be that for waste water or storm water, all that needs to be done is to dig a small trench in the middle of and at the ends of the sewer line being repaired.  This can be done in a place that is as out of the way as possible and large enough to lower in a section of RESINATING Expansion Liners at a time as it is inserted in the failing pipe.
    • For a manhole, in most cases, there is no need to remove the existing corbel to insert a slip liner in hopes to stem the infiltration of storm water.  Just lower in and install a custom designed RESINATING Expansion Liner.
  • Eliminate essentially all hazardous waste removal. The less the digging, the less contaminated soil and materials there are that need to be disposed of.
  • Avoid the major traffic congestion normally caused by excavating replacement trenches. Who wants to see a major traffic tie up that can last for weeks or more when you solve the infiltration problem from failing concrete installations by replacing them? All that needs to be done is to install RESINATING Expansion Liners.
  • Enable the installation to be completed expeditiously, minimizing any disruption. With little if any trenching, minimal if any waste removal and no installation of new RCP, the straightforward installation of RESINATING Expansion Liners proceeds quickly. This cuts the minimal disruption associated with the installation RESINATING Solutions to a fraction of the time traditional repair work takes.
  • Reduce the carbon footprint for sewer pipe and manhole repair work. Consider the methane gas released into the air and the CO² exhaust emitted by construction equipment and by vehicles caught in the congestion from construction.
  • Cost less than traditional methods, yielding near term savings most often in the range of 40-60%.
  • Stop leaks into a waste water system, which significantly increases the volume of sewage that must be treated during rainy periods, yielding reduced ongoing treatment costs.
  • Are warrantied for 20 years, yielding long term savings with a useful life that likely goes far beyond 20 years.