Frontline – Termon Road, Carrickmore, Omagh. Our rehabilitation team was on site yesterday at Termon Road in the townland of Carrickmore outside Omagh, Co. Tyrone working on behalf of the River’s Agency. The task was to reline a 20m pipe running under the road using 1200mm Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) liner. The liner itself weighed approximately 2 tonnes which necessitated the liner in its packaging being craned into the immediate area where the work was to take place. The team overcame some access problems and managed to sandbag a river to allow the liner to be installed, inflated, cured and cut flush at both ends of the pipe. The images below depict the process involved. Rehabilitating pipes allows for defects to be corrected and the cured liner (using an Ultra-Violet lightrain) will extend the lifespan of the pipe by as much as 75 years. On the island of Ireland, the McAllister Group is one of the foremost specialists in the use of trenchless or No-Dig technologies such as CIPP lining. Our experience and client base extends across infratructure, industrial, commercial and residential applications.

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