Cement Lined Pipe

A cement lined pipe is a metal pipe lined with concrete or mortar to reduce corrosion in the pipe.

Cement lining of pipes was first implemented in the late 19th century after it was discovered that a layer of mortar resisted corrosion. At first cement lining was carried out manually in pipes large enough for a person to enter the pipe. Later cement lining machinery was developed which enabled smaller pipes to be lined.

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