Pipe Rehabilitation refers to the rehabilitation of supply and disposal pipes laid in the ground. New process technologies can restore the functionality of the pipes and extend their service life. The main difference between these techniques and conventional pipeline civil engineering is that roads and paths do not have to be excavated lengthwise. This is why we speak of trenchless pipe rehabilitation. Another advantage of this approach is shorter construction times and thus lower costs and environmental pollution.
Today, trenchless sewer rehabilitation is an innovative and cost-effective alternative to conventional open construction methods. In addition to hose and short liners as well as remote-controlled robot systems, the rehabilitation specialists at Max Bögl rely on a further liner technology: the repair of damage to defective drinking water and sewage pipes using the close-fit method.