Robotic Pipe Repair llc (RPR) is a small startup company and is looking for industry partners, collaborators, key team-members and investors. Please reach out to us on our contact page if you are interested in this opportunity!

Providing Specialized Solutions For Remote, Robotic Pipe Equipment and Services.

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Robotic Pipe Repair llc develops automated and robotic technologies to address many of the challenges associated with trenchless pipeline repair and maintenance operations.

Robotic System Benefits:

Robotic System

Safer Operations (Minimal to No Manned Entry)

Precise, High Quality Operations

Faster Operations

Lower Operation Costs


  • Remote Pipe Repair Robotics
  • Remote Pipe CleaningRobotics
  • Remote Pipe Inspection and Mapping Robotics
  • Remote Equipment Or Debris Removal Robotics


  • Municipal

  • Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Chemical and Industrial
  • Power Generation
  • Federal and Public Land Infrastructure


  • Large Pipe Diameters
  • Deployable Through 24 Inch Diameter Openings
  • Configurable for Operation Within Round, Square, Obround, and Curvilinear Triangle Pipes along with Flat Surfaces

Compatible With a Large Range of Tooling and Operations Including:

  • Plural Component Epoxy Coating
  • Polyurea Coating
  • Cementitious Coating
  • Paint Coating
  • Film Coating
  • Vacuum Systems
  • High Pressure Water Blasting (1,200 to 40,000 PSI)
  • Abrasive Blasting
  • Drying and Ventilation Operations
  • Environmental Testing Equipment
  • Inspection Equipment
  • Pipe Repair and Maintenance Tooling
  • Remote, Multi-Axis Manipulators
  • Pneumatic, Hydraulic and Electrical Tooling

Unique Features:

  • Computer Assisted Remote Operation
  • Self Propelled
  • Self Centering Design
  • Three Degree of Freedom Tool Head With Variable Speeds and Variable Oscillation Capabilities
  • Real-Time Feedback Capability
  • Automatic Adjustment for Varying Geometry
  • Four Degree of Freedom (DOF) Actuation
  • Independently Configurable Modules for Specialized Operation
  • Inherently Stable Design (cannot tip or fall)
  • Continuously Variable Actuation
  • Mechanically Variable Actuation
  • Operation up to 2,000 Feet
  • Radiation Tolerant

Past Projects

Prototype Testing and Demonstration