Final Acceptance of CIPP

Final acceptance of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) can be challenging when the owner and/or the engineer are inexperienced or have unrealistic expectations of what this renewal solution is actually capable of producing. Of the various quality assurance components of projects involving CIPP, the two most recognized standards for acceptance of the CIPP installer’s work are: 1) fit and finish and 2) finished mechanical properties.