Spiral Wound Lining

Spiral Wound is a trenchless method to fully rehabilitate gravity sewers, storm drains and culverts with PVC liners. 

Pipe Rehabilitation Innovation

Trenchless pipe lining is a method for restoring pipelines without digging or excavation. Spiral Wound lining is a sustainable trenchless solution to renew  sewers, storm drains, and culverts.

Quick Features

  • Live Flow Installations
  •  6″ – 200″+ Solutions
  • No Chemicals
  • Round & Non-Round Pipes
  • Fully Structural Renewals

Spiral Wound Lining

Spiral Wound pipe lining fully restores deteriorated pipelines without digging. Unlike other commonly used pipe rehabilitation methods, the Spiral Wound process is entirely mechanical. PVC strips are wound to form a fully structural pipe within the original pipe. We offer 3 installation methods that vary by pipe diameter:

6" - 42"

Expanding liner results in a tight-fit groutless solution.

40" - 60"

Lining against pipe wall for groutless tight-fit solution.

32" - 200"+

Round/non-round large diameter lining solution.

Trenchless PVC liners provide fully structural pipe rehabilitation for gravity applications. Spiral Wound rehabilitates corrugated metal, brick, concrete, clay and other pipe materials.   

Pipe Rehabilitation Applications

sewer lining symbol

Sewer blockages, foundation changes, and unexpected lawn growth are just a few signs of a collapsed sewer pipeline. Spiral Wound Lining can rehabilitate the damaged pipeline without any unnecessary digging. It can also be completed in a live flow, making a top choice for sewer pipe lining repair.

Learn More: Sewer Pipe Lining

symbol for storm drain lining

Storm drain damage can lead to flooding and irreversible erosion. Spiral Wound Lining is a trenchless solution that can re-line your storm drains and correct the issue. With trenchless pipe repair, you won’t have to worry about any additional strain on the environment when rehabilitating your storm drains.

Learn More: Storm Drain Lining

symbol for culvert lining

Culvert damage can lead to detrimental road damage that disrupts traffic and negatively impacts the surrounding environment. It’s essential to repair culverts quickly and efficiently. Spiral Wound Lining is a trenchless repair pipe solution that can prolong the life of your culvert in a minimally-disruptive way.

Learn More: Culvert Lining

Over 4 million feet of Spiral Wound Liners have been installed across the United States. See our recent projects and videos. 

Pipe Rehabilitation Projects

In recent years, the massive Peachtree Creek Trunk sewer pipeline was in need of a repair. Located in such a densely populated area, a trenchless pipe rehabilitation from the team at SEKISUI SPR was the best option. More on this project…

In Portland, Oregon, you’ll find over 750 feet of 51” cast-in-place monolithic concrete sewer newly repaired using the SEKISUI SPR Spiral Wound Lining technique. More on this project…

2005

Year Established

4,000,000+

Feet Installed

SEKISUI SPR Americas, LLC

We provide the most innovative pipeline rehabilitation for our installers to efficiently renew aging infrastructure. As leading innovators in trenchless technology, our Spiral Wound Lining method is a sustainable solution for pipeline rehabilitation. Contact our team today to learn more about how we can help you extend the life your pipeline systems!

Trenchless Lining Methods

3 Spiral Wound installation methods based upon pipe diameter. 

Pipe Lining Projects

Over 4 million feet of Spiral Wound Liners have been installed across the United States. See our recent projects and videos. 

SEKISUI SPR Americas

We provide the most innovative pipeline rehabilitation for our installers to efficiently renew aging infrastructure. 

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