Videos

Want to learn more about Pipe Shield? Check out our gallery of videos for great information, live demonstrations and more.

Pipe Shield – An Inside Look

See Pipe Shield in action. Watch our professional pipe lining team implement the Pipe Shield pipe lining solution on site at a recent project.

R&D Lab Testing – Epoxy Line 7ft Pipe w/ 4 Bends (2 inch diameter pipe)

We have invested over $8 million dollars in the research and development of our Pipe Shield lining technology. The resources and support from agencies such as CATT (Centre for The Advancement of Trenchless Technologies) of the University of Waterloo, NRC (National Research Council of Canada), The University of Toronto, and Seneca College has enabled Pipe Shield to experience incredible results and validate our superior lining technology process.

2014 Mississauga Board Of Trade Awards – Technology & Innovation

On November 20, 2014, Pipe Shield received the 2014 Technology & Innovation award from the Mississauga Board Of Trade. Check out our video introduction from the evening.

R&D Lab Testing Expoxy Line 5 ft. Straight Run (2 inch diameter pipe)

We have invested over $8 million dollars in the research and development of our Pipe Shield lining technology. The resources and support from agencies such as CATT (Centre for The Advancement of Trenchless Technologies) of the University of Waterloo, NRC (National Research Council of Canada), The University of Toronto, and Seneca College has enabled Pipe Shield to experience incredible results and validate our superior lining technology process.

R&D Lab Testing Expoxy Line 10 ft. Horizontal Pipe Straight Run (3 inch diameter pipe)

We have invested over $8 million dollars in the research and development of our Pipe Shield lining technology. The resources and support from agencies such as CATT (Centre for The Advancement of Trenchless Technologies) of the University of Waterloo, NRC (National Research Council of Canada), The University of Toronto, and Seneca College has enabled Pipe Shield to experience incredible results and validate our superior lining technology process.

2013 Mississauga Board Of Trade Awards – Clean & Green

In 2013, Pipe Shield received the 2013 Green & Clean award from the Mississauga Board of Trade.
Check out our video introduction from the evening

R&D Lab Testing Epoxy Line 10 ft. with 2 Elbows (2 inch diameter pipe)

We have invested over $8 million dollars in the research and development of our Pipe Shield lining technology. The resources and support from agencies such as CATT (Centre for The Advancement of Trenchless Technologies) of the University of Waterloo, NRC (National Research Council of Canada), The University of Toronto, and Seneca College has enabled Pipe Shield to experience incredible results and validate our superior lining technology process.

Neofit Potable Water Pipe Relining System

With Neofit an effective barrier is created between water supply and pipe material. The liner is inserted into the pipe; it is then heated and expanded to contour to the inside walls of the existing pipe. Furthermore, the thin yet durable lining provides leak tightness in bridging gaps and holes in the pipe wall, without affecting the performance of the service.

CIPP Lining Of 6 Inch Drain – Video Inspection

The CIPP or “Cured-In-Place Pipe” lining system is used for the reconstruction of existing drain and sewer lines, without excavation, by forming a new pipe within an existing deteriorated pipe, which has generally maintained its original shape. This will be accomplished by the installation of a resin impregnated flexible felt or woven tube inverted into the existing pipe utilizing a pressure apparatus positioned at a cleanout, basement drain or similar access point. Curing can be accomplished by ambient air or circulating hot water through the liner that will cure the resin into a hard, impermeable cured-in-place pipe (CIPP). When cured, it is a continuous, tight-fitting, corrosion resistant and watertight CIPP pipe-within-a-pipe. CIPP liners are ASTM certified.

Pipe Shield – Video Camera Inspection Before CIPP Lining

Video of a roof-top canopy rain water drain before CIPP lining. The Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) method can be applied to almost any application including PVC, Cast Iron, Aluminum, etc.

Pipe Shield – Video Camera Inspection After CIPP Lining

Video of a roof-top canopy rain water drain after CIPP Lining. The Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) method can be applied to almost any application including PVC, Cast Iron, Aluminum, etc.