Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) refers to the installation of a relatively thin walled tube, impregnated with resin, inside the existing pipe. The tube is inverted or winched into place and then expanded to conform tightly against the inside of the existing pipe. While in this state, the resin is thermally cured using hot water or steam to form a hard, stiff, tight fitting pipe within a pipe. Typically CIPP may be installed from within existing manholes, uses a relatively small surface footprint, can provide structural supports as well as leak prevention, and can negotiate some bends. Lateral services can be remotely reconnected from within the pipe using a robotic cutter. The CIPP process can rehabilitate pipe from 4 to 60 inches in diameter.