Piping Repair Technologies offers economical engineered composite repair solutions for piping and infrastructure repair, reinforcement and remediation. We utilize the most thoroughly tested and proven lines of composite materials in the industry. We assist our clients in the restoration of operational integrity and in the resolution of compliance concerns without the trouble and expense of replacement, and without costly downtime.

These engineered composite systems are in compliance with or validated to one or more of the following industry standards: ASME PCC-2, ISO/TS 24817, US DOT 49 CFR Parts 192/195 and NSF/ANSI 61

Since 1991, Piping Repair Technologies (PRT) has been focused specifically on product development, testing and field application of composite materials. During this time, PRT has played a part in the evolution of piping and infrastructure composites by advocating extensive research and ASME testing to create uniform industry standards. We have also been pleased to contribute by being part of the committee developing the ASME PCC-2 industry guidelines. Our goal has always been to establish sound engineering data to design safe, appropriate and viable alternatives to expensive traditional repair and replacement methods. This integral involvement, combined with constant communication from the field, has helped transform modern piping and infrastructure composites into the superior products they are today.

Over the years we have been fortunate to design an impressive variety of solutions for our clients all over the world. These have ranged from small, routine repairs to large scale rehabilitation projects measuring in kilometers.

Challenging projects are our specialty and we enjoy providing innovative and cost-effective solutions for our clients. We look forward to answering your questions and welcome the opportunity to design a solution for you.

What Types of Repairs?

Modern composite repair systems are extremely versatile and adaptable. They can be customized for specific tasks and have impressive capabilities that make them attractive options to traditional repair or replacement methods.
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ASME PCC-2 Spool Test Summary

Testing was recently performed on our PowerSleeve® composite system. The 80% wall loss repair was pressurized to 8200 psi (565 bar). It performed as calculated and was a complete success.
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