New Technology Allows Home Water Pipe Replacement Without Digging Up Your Yard – Aspen Mountain Plumbing
Aspen Mountain Plumbing is the first plumbing company in Wyoming to offer UV Cast-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) technology for trenchless sewer line repairs. This state-of-the-art technology offers several advantages over traditional methods such as open excavation. Some of the benefits of UV-CIPP include reduced environmental impact, faster repair times, and less disruption to businesses and homeowners.
LightRay LR3 – supply of pipe liners
After completing a thorough on-site training seminar, Lance Ball, owner of Aspen Mountain Plumbing, describes the recent partnership with Waterline Renewal’s LightRay product as groundbreaking.
“This tool allows us to provide a convenient and more time-efficient solution to a traditionally messy and persistent problem,” says Ball.
“We are excited to be among the early adopters of this new method of casting emergency liners that can be quickly deployed in the field. It uses non-thermal, UV light-activated resin and high-strength, flexible fiberglass material in its liners, eliminating cold-weather effects while reducing human error from mixing resins that thermally cure in previous CIPP processes—all without additional ones Equipment.” This means that each liner is pre-impregnated with UV resin by the manufacturer. This means lower costs due to less processing time.
Ball goes on to say that the new LightRay LR3 system is designed to give your Aspen Mountain Plumbing technician complete control of an ambient temperature lining process.
“With our new LightRay LR3 system, our licensed technicians control every aspect of the process. We are capable of producing up to 10 feet per 5 minute cure using our proprietary dual strand; A cold LED light train that doesn’t require heat and only requires low voltage to pour – which means it’s safe even if you have some pipes with bends in the middle.”
Homeowners can rejoice – a new technology has been developed that makes it possible to replace drain pipes without digging up the entire garden
In trenchless sewer rehabilitation, the damaged pipe is accessed via a small access point, which is then replaced with a new pipe liner. This method is less disruptive and causes less damage to your property, making it a much more attractive option for those in need of a drain pipe replacement.
“This major breakthrough for homeowners eliminates the need for costly and time-consuming excavation. Rather than digging up your entire front yard to fix a broken sewer line, we essentially use a single access point to power our repair technology and use UV light to mend your broken pipe,” says Ball.
“Best of all, this process can be completed in just one day with minimal disruption to your household or yard work.
For more information on Aspen Mountain Plumbing’s new LightRay technology for trenchless pipe repairs, call (307) 922-4413 or request a quote online at https://www.aspenmtnplumbing.com/booking-form
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