drain lining

 

CIPP RELINING

CIPP is an industry-standard solution to the rehabilitation of pipelines.

 

CIPP is far less disruptive to the environment and the general public, compared to the traditional methods of excavation. CIPP is a form of trenchles repair solution, and is also known as no-dig technology. These methods can be used to rehabilitate sanitary sewers, storm drains and pressure pipelines for water, gas and process effluents.

INSTALLATION METHODS

There are two installation methods; inversion lining and drag in lining. 

 

Inversion lining is a method of installation for most CIPP applications, certainly where the host pipe is of a diameter greater than 225mm. Drag in lining or pull in place lining is the industry standard method of installation for small diameter repairs, where there are two points of access to the sewer.

CURING METHODS

We are happy to cater for the wide range of curing methods available across the industry, ranging from ambient cure systems using simple thermosetting resins to extremely technologically advanced curing methods using LED and UV Light.

SECTIONAL REPAIR

Patch, or spot repair as it is can also be known, involves the repair of an isolated defect within a sewer pipe. The repair is usually made by positioning a short sleeve of resin impregnated material within the pipe and curing using ambient techniques, this method can also be effective in full length lining as continuous patching.. 

 

Our mid-length repair system utilises a specially formulated rubber bladder that is suitable for use in 100mm and up to over 1m diameter pipework. The bladder is made up using high end machined parts, coupled with a layflat rubber tube that is inflated once into position.

Pitch fibre Pipe rerounding

Pitch-fibre drainage systems have been haunting us for many years.

Previously the only option available for remedial action was open excavation, both costly and time consuming. However, recent advancements now mean that deformed or de-laminated pitched fibre can be repaired in-situ, thus making significant savings in time and therefore cost. The diagram below shows how partially collapsed pitch fibre pipes can be re-rounded without resorting to excavation.
For more details contact us now.

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Blue light Lining
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Bluelight lining

THE FUTURE OF LED LINING IS HERE 

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Bluelight led lining

Simple, cost effective, safe, and stress free CIPP lining solutions using the latest in technology using a system developed by installers for installers.

The use of an LED light head that is passed through the resin impregnated material which is inverted through the damaged section of pipe, the LED lights then cure the resin which leaves a new pipe within the host pipe.

Between 90% and 99% CO2 saving compared to heat curing systems.

Minimum of 50 year life expectancy.

700,000m of live installations and 13 years of practical development, already carried out meaning this is a proven technology.

Full European patent (EP 2 129 956 B1)

CIPP Liner Carrier

Flexible synthetic fiber with PU coating or GRP carrier.

Installation using traditional equipment.

Low inversion pressure 0.2bar approx.

Resin

Styrene Free, based on Vinylester. 

Single component resin requiring no mixing.

 Ability to pre wet liners or impregnate on site. 

3 month shelf life of pre wet liners. 

Zero odour

CURE

            LED technology in the wavelength of Bluelight (450nm). 

                   Curing up to 5 times faster than traditional methods.

                 The ability to check the liner before it cures using the built in camera system.

                     System ability to carry out full protocol to provide  client with quality assurance of the curing process.

 

 

Low space requirements.

 Fully automated control system.

curing speeds

0.30/min – 1.65m/min

Depending on liner thickness, diameter and type of liner

installation range

DN100 to DN300

Change of nominal diameter possible depending on liner type, length of 95m from a single end.

Bends up to 90° depending on product.

Open ended liners using specialist translucent calibration hoses.

Reusable calibration hoses reduces waste.

Renovation with PAA-F-Liner standard with Ø 150mm (6 inch), s=4,5mm, 45 degree turn

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Renovation with PAA-F-Liner standard with Ø 150mm (6 inch), s=4,5mm, 45 degree turn

Renovation with PAA-F-Liner 3D with Ø 100mm (4 inch) with change of nominal diameter to Ø 150mm (6 inch), s=3,0mm

Renovation with PAA-G-Liner LED with Ø 300mm (12 inch), s=4,0mm

180m of DN600 Hot Cure 

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Rerounding Pitch Fibre

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Pitch fibre Pipe rerounding

Pitch-fibre drainage systems have been haunting the professional specifier and the public for many years.

Previously the only option available for remedial action was open excavation, both costly and time consuming. However, recent advancements now mean that deformed or de-laminated pitched fibre
can be repaired in-situ, thus making significant savings in time and therefore cost. The diagram below shows how partially collapsed pitch fibre pipes can be re-rounded without resorting to excavation.
For more details contact us now.

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