Stratview Research publishes a new report titled Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) Market which is segmented by Diameter Type (<1 Foot, 1-2.5 Feet, 2.5-5.0 Feet, and >5.0 Feet), by Resin Type (Polyester, Vinyl Ester, and Epoxy), by Fabric Type (Polyester Felt, Glass Fabric, and Other Fabrics), by Curing Type (Hot Water, Steam and UV Curing), by Weaving Type (Woven, Nonwoven, and Others), by Coating Type (Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polyurethane, Non-Coated, and Other Coatings), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World).

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Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is one of the trenchless (or no-dig) rehabilitation processes used to repair pipelines. It is a non-invasive, jointless, seamless, pipe-within-a-pipe, which is used for the rehabilitation of sewer pipes, industrial gas pipes, potable water pipes, and gravity pipes. It can be performed inside a pipe with a diameter range of 6" to 120". This trenchless pipe rehabilitation method causes minimal disruption to traffic, work productivity, and people at home. It is installed by municipalities or utilities by accessing piping systems from city manholes. CIPP liner manufacturing has to be compliant with various standards, regulated by ASTM and has to follow the emission norms of different regulatory bodies, such as OSHA regulation.

The CIPP technology was invented by Insituform Technologies, Inc. in 1971 with the first project in London, the UK. Since then, the market has been witnessing incessant growth in its penetration across the world. There is already high penetration of CIPP technology in developed economies, especially the USA, Germany, and Japan. Currently, the penetration of CIPP technology is limited in developing economies, such as China and India; however, this study reveals that the adoption rate is briskly increasing in these markets in the wake of aging pipelines coupled with increased spending on infrastructure rehabilitation.

There are various trenchless technologies used for pipe rehabilitation such as CIPP, SIPP, pipe bursting, and slip lining. Among all, CIPP is the most widely used technology and alone accounts for a mammoth share of the trenchless pipe rehabilitation market. The global CIPP market grew at a healthy rate over the past five years. The market also witnessed a marginal drop in its growth trajectory amid the pandemic in 2020. The resulting market loss is estimated to be aptly compensated by a swift growth in the sale of CIPP during 2020-2021 and beyond, filling all the voids generated due to the pandemic.

Consequently, the overall cured-in-place pipe market is estimated to grow at a decent CAGR of 5.0% during the forecast period, to reach a value of US$ 3.8 Billion in 2028.

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