Integrity Inspection Solutions offers a wide range of industrial services including confined space entry, power washing, tank or pit cleanings, potholing or daylighting, as well as many other services for your project needs. Our mission includes handling jobs efficiently and being respectful to the environment and the community.
CIPP - Cured in Place Pipe
The (CIPP) cured in-place pipe restoration process is an economical and efficient alternative to traditional pipe system replacement. Our CIPP lining technology allows us to restore, corroded piping systems to a “better than new” condition without removing them. The CIPP lining process can be used on a variety of piping materials.
Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP lining) system creates a long-term, structural pipe inside the existing host pipe system without digging or destruction to buildings or landscape. The pipe is rehabilitated to a better-than- new condition, with an increased flow rate, eliminated weakened joints, sealed cracks and eradicating the chance of groundwater pollution.
Our teams are here to provide you with a value driven solution to maintain the sewer lines by utilizing various innovative methods to safely clear obstructions from underground piping and sewer systems and restore them to original flow capacity. A combination of high-pressure water and a high-velocity vacuum dislodges and removes the flushed materials. A benefit of this method is its effectiveness on a variety of materials that can be performed without physical entry into the system
Integrity Inspection Solutions uses the most cutting-edge sewer camera inspection equipment Idaho has to offer to inspect the interiors of pipelines. Our NASSCO trained and certified sewer inspectors use specialized robotic equipment to travel through sewer pipes.
We use equipment vans manufactured by industry-leader CUES, who have set the standard for closed circuit television video (CCTV) pipe inspection. Our robotic, remotely controlled CCTV cameras can be inserted through existing sewer entry points, in pipes anywhere from 1-1/2” to 72” in diameter. We use CCTV to identifying and determining how severe the damage is within your sewer pipeline and where along your sewer line repairs are needed most.
Ranging from 1-1/2" to 72" pipe diameters, Point Repair challenges traditional excavation repair methods with its innovative and trenchless Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) technology. The point repair process eliminates the need for digging by utilizing a process that creates a pipe within a pipe with minimal change to the original diameter. Structurally rehabilitating of the sewer line occurs within a short period of time.
In excavation jobs where precision is necessary, hydro-excavation is the preferred method over conventional forms of excavation. This is because hydro-excavation has a higher degree of accuracy as opposed to other methods. The precision with which excavation can be performed using high-pressure water flow helps to eliminate error and minimize time spent digging and backfilling. By utilizing pressurized water to break down the earth in tandem with vacuum removal into a debris tank.
Hydro excavation can be utilized for:
- Potholing or daylighting
- Trenching slots
- Removing debris
- Exposing utilities
- Cold weather and remote digging
- Pipe repairs
Hydro excavation advantages:
- Minimized site impact
- Less equipment and personnel
- Time and cost savings
- Reduces the risk of damaging utilities
Tree root intrusion into sewer lines is an amazingly common problem. Tree roots naturally seek out the best source of moisture and are attracted to the limitless supply of wastewater found in sewer lines. Contrary to popular belief, there are ways of permanently solving the problem without cutting down the tree and/or digging up the entire sewer pipeline. These invasions not only clog your pipeline, but continue to grow and expand damage the longer they are ignored. At Integrity Inspection Solutions, Inc., we use advanced trench-less technology to clean out the clog and repair your pipes quickly.
It is difficult to diagnose a tree root invasion without a thorough inspection. Here are a few symptoms to watch out for.
- Recurring clogs – if you are noticing your toilet, bathtub, or sink is frequently clogging for seemingly no reason, it could mean that you have an obstruction such as a tree root in your lines.
- Slow draining – slow draining is a common sign that there is a clog in your pipelines that is affecting water flow.
- Gurgling noises – gurgling noises are often the result of water having trouble passing through your pipelines. This could be because a tree root is blocking your lines, making the space for water much smaller.
- Higher water bills – if your water bills are noticeably higher than usual, this could mean a leak is causing you to waste water.
- Low water pressure – low water pressure is a common symptom of a leak and a clog in your lines, both of which can be caused by tree roots.
Manhole Repair & Protection
Integrity Inspection Solutions performs manhole rehabilitation with comprehensive manhole repair solutions. Our certified applicators provide necessary grouting for restoration and rehabilitation. We use Raven 405 protective coating products specifically designed to meet the difficult demands and severe deterioration of manholes, lift stations, underground structures, collection systems, tanks and storage. These systems have performed strongly during the company’s 30 year history in infrastructure corrosion control, containment in the private and public sectors with the best products in the industry.
Manhole Infiltration Repair
If you are experiencing groundwater infiltrating into your collections systems through manhole or access structure, this can be a nightmare for your municipality. With the extra water intake into the collection system there is an added cost of treating clean water to the sewage treatment process. A small 1 GPM leak adds up to 1,440 Gallons of clean water per day or 525,600 gallons per year of unnecessary treatment. Our team of experts will seal your leaks by injecting our hydrophobic expanding grout into the structure, which will allow it to be sealed directly at the source of the leak.