SGICP Construction Method

Ecomony and Energy-Saving / "Non-Cutting Method" with Excellent Watertightness SGICP Construction Method 

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Pipelines such as sewers buried underground are usually invisible to the human eye, but they are important assets that are indispensable for our lives, industrial systems, and environmental conservation.

This buried pipe continues to withstand the uninterrupted changes in the ground.

Ground movement, earthquakes, cracks / damage due to vehicle vibration, toxic gas, erosion due to acidic drainage. After the end of its useful life (about 50 years), the degree of fatigue of the pipe increases rapidly and it deteriorates.

Infiltration and water leakage from cracks and breaks, and invasion of tree roots cause serious problems.

Infiltrated water causes an economic burden due to an increase in treatment costs.
Leakage can contaminate groundwater.

In addition, there are various problems such as the risk of secondary disasters such as road collapse due to the pulling in of earth and sand, traffic congestion due to construction work, noise, and the generation of industrial waste.

For these various issues, a non-excavation method that is energy-saving and has excellent economic efficiency / watertightness is required, but the SGICP method, in which the main pipe, lateral pipe, and manhole are completely integrated, is the most suitable.