Drain Renovation and Patch Liners

Non disruptive, environment friendly.

Patch liners ( Permanent Localised Structural Repair ) cured-in-place repair (CIPR) .

The cost-effective alternative

Patch liners can be used to repair localised damage where full end-to-end lining would be unnecessary. This method involves placing a piece of impregnated matter on an elongated inflatable bladder and

guiding it into place with the help of a CCTV camera. When it is precisely located, the bladder is inflated, pressing the patch into place. The pressure is maintained until the patch has cured, the

bladder is then deflated and withdrawn, and the job is done. Patch liners are becoming increasingly popular for dealing with isolated defects, offering a cost-effective alternative to a full liner or other repair such as digging up the drain or sewer.

Guaranteed for 10yrs and tested and fit for use for in excess of 50yrs.

Lining (CIPP) cured-in-place pipe

A renovation technique in which a resin-impregnated liner is placed inside a drain and cured in-situ. It may be full length,where it starts and finishes at an access chamber, or part-length,where it starts at a

chamber and finishes part way along a drain.

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