Hy-Pro Trenchless Technology system allows our technicians to replace underground pipe without disturbing any surface materials such as:
- Parking lots
- Electrical, gas & water lines
This means you save time and money because there is no surface restoration needed. Most installations can be done through an average 4” cleanout.
Why HY-PRO Trenchless Technology System?
Hy-Pro’s Trenchless Technology team of skilled and highly trained sewer and drain contractors are among the best in the sewer and drain rehabilitation business. The no-dig technology easily and quickly repairs:
- Split, cracked or broken pipe joints
- Water infiltration and leaky joints
- Damage caused by tree roots
Using the latest materials, Hy-Pro's Trenchless Technology sewer and drain contractors create perfect transitions, all in one piece, from one size pipe to another, reducing weakness and restoring strength. Any size main or lateral pipe can be lined, from 2 to 60 inches.
Hy-Pro’s no-dig sewer and drain replacement system easily adapts to all types of pipe – clay drains, concrete drains, cast iron drains – and can be used to repair public sewer systems, industrial, residential or commercial pipes.
Stop! Don't dig up that driveway. Save that landscaping! Hy-Pro Trenchless Technology installs a pipe liner inside the existing sewer with little or no excavation.
Underground pipe reparation without extensive excavation or property damage is now available using the approved Hy-Pro Trenchless Technology Lateral Lining System.
- Save time and money with quicker repair time
- Minimal set-up space required with no dig system
- Safe and approved by public utilities
SEWER DRAIN PIPES are creating havoc for property owners. Sewers back up in homes over 750,000 times a year in North America due to aging lines, root intrusion, calcification and ground movement from seismic activity, costing homeowners millions of dollars in damage to their homes and landscaping, and millions more in increased taxes due to crumbling underground infrastructure of municipalities.
Sewer and drain rehabilitation actually renews old, damaged pipes. A new pipe completely fills the old one – with absolutely no seams or joints. With such a smooth exterior, there are no gaps anywhere around the new pipe, leaving no chance for tree root penetration or future damage.
- No inconvenience to the public and traffic
- Permanent structural repair
- High performance tensile strength
- High performance compression strength
- High performance durability
- Stronger than original pipe
- Bonds to dry and wet substrates
- Seals infiltration and exfiltration
Pipe Bursting [Replacement]
Pipe Bursting is a technique for replacement of existing pipes. The existing pipe, once burst, becomes the guide path for the new pipe being installed.
This technique bursts the old pipe and in so doing displaces the fragmented old pipe into the surrounding soil. This creates a hole of roughly the same dimension as the original. If a larger diameter pipe is to be installed a larger 'expanding cone' is used to increase the size of the hole. Once done, the new pipe is pushed or pulled into position.