CIPP is used to rehabilitate existing sewer pipelines by lining the walls of the existing pipe with an epoxy resin tube.
During the renovation process, the liner is soaked in resin and then inserted into the defective pipe using pressurised air or water. This completely lines the inside of the pipe and eliminates any existing or potential damage. Curing creates a completely new, watertight pipe within the old one.
Roto Rooter® CIPP Liner is a "no dig" sewer rehabilitation system for repairing damaged drains and sewers without the need to carry out disruptive excavations.
Developed specifically for the rehabilitation of pipes in diameters from dn 50 to dn 250 and offers many advantages compared to traditional rehabilitation.


Eco-Friendly Pipe Relining Choice

The dried resin and lining have been certified to be environmentally friendly by the German Institute for the Environment and Hygiene making it perfect for sensitive areas such as near streams and rivers. The specially designed lining product can be hot cured and set in place in as little as 2 to 3 hours. Roto Rooter's® No dig pipe relining provides a quick and cost-effective solution to damaged pipes especially in areas where digging up the pipe would cause extensive damage to buildings, fences, roads, infrastructures, driveways, trees and gardens.

Exclusive to Roto Rooter - New Services - Quick Lock - Patch Repair

QUICK LOCK Liner End Sleeve

Local Patch Repair
For many years, the Quick-Lock system has been used successfully as a repair system for closed canal rehabilitation. Quality and sustainability are the basis of our development and production.

The positive, long-term experiences of clients and Quick-Lock users throughout the world ensure pipe rehabilitation at the highest level for you too.

System advantages:

  • Simple offset procedure
  • Durable V4A stainless steel and EPDM
  • Hinged
  • Without any chemicals
  • Approved according to building legislation
  • With statics for old pipe condition II
  • Pressure rinsing resistant according to DIN 19 523
  • Low investment in system technology

Operating principle
The Quick-Lock system seals and stabilizes damage completely by mechanical means, without any chemicals and regardless of the raw material. The patented Quick-Lock fastener ensures secure compression of the EPDM seal. After rehabilitation, the sleeve remains elastically hinged and absorbs movements of the pipes. For repairs in longer damaged pipe sections the Quick-Lock sleeve can be installed in series consecutively. 

The only tools required for the offset of the Quick-Lock sleeve are a sewer inspection camera or robot system, a compressor and the Quick-Lock packer. 

Area of application
The area of application for the Quick-Lock system is vast. It does not matter if the Quick-Lock sleeve is used horizontally or vertically or above or below the water level. Due to the high quality and resistance of the used materials, Quick-Lock can be used not only for canal rehabilitation but also in the area of drinking water or in industrial environments.

Quick-Lock in closed canal rehabilitation

The Quick-Lock system can be deployed successfully for many damage symptoms:

  • Systems of cracks
  • Shard formations
  • Infiltration and exfiltration
  • Ingrowing roots
  • Leaks
  • Closure of blind inlets

If the damage is longer than the sealing range of a single sleeve, Quick-Lock sleeves can be arranged in endless rows. The overlapping rubber gasket provides a secure seal.

Quick-Lock in an industrial environment

The materials used for the Quick-Lock sleeve– V4A stainless steel and EPDM– have a high corrosion and heat resistance. This opens up a multitude of application possibilities in the area of industrial pipework.

The used V4A stainless steel 1.4404 can also be deployed at high pollutant concentrations of acids and lyes. EPDM can be used at temperatures up to 120 degrees Celsius and resists high concentrations of acids and lyes.

By means of a sewage analysis, the suitability of the Quick-Lock system can be checked at any time.

Quick-Lock in mobile applications

If a construction site is not accessible by the rehabilitation truck, such as disposal sites, at rail drainage plants or tunnel drainage, Quick-Lock can be used in a mobile way due to the transportable equipment.

Quick-Lock in the drainage area

Quick-Lock sleeves can be produced in a perforated version for use in wells, horizontal wells and seepage pipes. The seepage capability of the pipe system is also retained and statics are restored.

Quick-Lock as a pre-sealant and static pre-stabilization in hose lining

With extreme infiltration or for static stabilization, the Quick-Lock system can be used as a pre-sealant before deploying hose lining measures. The mounted Quick-Lock sleeve can hardly be seen under the hose liner.

 Quick-Lock sleeves are available for non-walkable pipes with a nominal width of DN150 – DN800 and in lengths of:

  • 400mm (DN150 – DN400)
  • 500mm (DN450 – DN800)