Avanti Videos & Animations

Lateral Connections

Annular Space Grouting - 2010
While liners, when properly designed and constructed, will stabilize the structural integrity of the host pipe, even close-fit liners will not eliminate the problem of infiltration. The use of injection grout will seal both the annular space between the host pipe and liner and any leaks at the later...
Annular Space Grouting - 2014
Chemical grout travels freely between the liner and host pipe to cure in place and eliminate infiltration.
Grouting and Lining Work Well Together
This video shows how grouting and lining work together to prevent Inflow & Infiltration (I&I).
Lateral Leaks in Lined Pipe Sealed
View footage of leak between liner and host pipe before and after it is sealed with chemical grout.
Leaking Lateral Connection Sealed
View footage of leaking lateral connection before and after it is sealed with chemical grout.
Seal "Lined" Lateral Connection
Sealing a service line 21-ft. from a mainline sewer that has been lined with CIPP. Note: Grouting the lateral/mainline connection will seal the service line as well as stop water flow.
Seal "Unlined" Lateral Connection
Sealing a leaking service joint from the mainline sewer using a lateral packer.
Grouted Sewer Joint / Connection
View a grouted sand/soil demo outside a lateral/mainline sewer connection after being sealed with chemical grout.
Seal "Unlined" Lateral Connection
Sealing a leaking service joint from the mainline sewer using a lateral packer.
Seal "Lined" Lateral Connection
Sealing a service line 21-ft. from a mainline sewer that has been lined with CIPP. Note: Grouting the lateral/mainline connection will seal the service line as well as stop water flow.