On-Site Pipe Manufacturing
InfinitPipe® is the latest revolutionary product developed by Professor Mo Ehsani that allows construction of a pipeline of virtually any size, shape and length... directly on the job site.
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Continuous, Corrosion Resistant FRP Pipe for Industry

InfinitPipe® is the revolutionary FRP-honeycomb pipe that can be made on-site, with no joints, at whatever length is needed. This high-pressure, corrosion- resistant pipe eliminates pipe joints – the No. 1 cause of leakage and maintenance in pipelines. This pipe garners international attention as a potential sustainable solution for several industry applications.

The development of InfinitPipe® has been recognized and financially supported by multiple research grants and awards including the following:

  1. National Science Foundation, Phase I SBIR Grant #1315561, $150,000, July 2013
  2. National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA), Phase I SBIR Grant # 2017 33610 27181, $100,000, September 2017
  3. National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA), Phase II SBIR Grant # 2019 33610 30182, $625,000, August 2019

InfinitPipe® has been awarded the following U.S. Patents:

  1. Ehsani, M.R., "Pumped Hydro Storage and Real-Time Stress Monitoring in Penstocks," U.S. Patent Application No. 63/198,614, Filed on Oct. 29, 2020
  2. Ehsani, M.R., "Method and Apparatus for Mining Copper," U.S. Patent No. 10,571,052, Feb 25, 2020
  3. Ehsani, M.R., "Trenchless Pipe-Laying" U.S. Patent No. 10,436,350, October 8, 2019
Other patent applications have been files and are in various stages of prosecution.

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An idea to save the world's coral reefs
image An innovative proposal to manufacture a durable, lightweight, single-piece pipe long enough to continually feed cooler water from nearby greater depths to heat stressed coral in the shallows.Read the proposal and see media response.
InfinitPipe gets boost from USDA
image The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) supports InfinitPipe for its potential major benefits to agriculture. Read the original USDA/NIFA announcement here.

Part of the LIFT Technology Scan
image LIFT Technology Scans identify and evaluate innovative technologies to inform water facility owners, funders, advisors, and end users in order to promote early adoption of the technologies.Read the InfinitPipe profile on the LIFT initiative website here..
InfinitPipe Part of Cohort Five
image InfinitPipe participates in Valley Ventures' accelerator program, where technologies experience mentorship and engagement with top-tier industry leaders in water, energy and agricultural. See InfinitPipe and the other cohorts here..