At the end of the 1950s, the first trenchless technical solutions were launched.
Since the early 1970s, cured-in-place pipes (CIPP) have been the trenchless technology most often used to repair pipelines all over the world.
In 1977, Vollmar Jonasson filed the first patent application for a system for braiding fiberglass wires to create a flexible liner. This was followed by a few years of product development.
In 1982, a system was developed with polyester resin cured with UV light.
In 1985, Inpipe AB was founded. In the same year, the first commercial installation of an Inpipe liner took place in a drainpipe.
In 1988, The production facility in Vilhelmina was opened, where all product development and production has taken place since then.
In 1995, Inpipe became ISO-certified.
In 2017, research and development work began to develop a styrene-free polyester liner.
In 2021, Inpipe launched the world’s first fiberglass-reinforced liner, cured using UV light, free of styrene and all forms of bisphenol.