Pipe lining
Technology

As a homeowner, maintaining the integrity of your sewer pipes is crucial for the smooth functioning of your household. Traditional methods of repairing damaged sewer pipes often involve extensive excavation, which can be disruptive, time- consuming, and costly. However, advancements in technology have introduced a less invasive and more efficient solution: pipe lining.

MINIMAL
DISRUPTION

COST
EFFECTIVE

QUICK
INSTALLATION

DURABLE
RESULTS

IMPROVED
FLOW

WHAT IS PIPE LINING?

Pipe lining, also known as Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) lining, is a trenchless rehabilitation method used to repair existing sewer pipes without the need for digging. This innovative technique 2 involves inserting a resin saturated liner into the damaged pipe, which is then cured to form a new, seamless pipe within the old one.

1

CAMERA INSPECTION

A camera inspection is conducted to assess the condition of the pipe and identify areas that need repair.

2

CLEANING

The pipe is thoroughly cleaned to remove debris and ensure proper adhesion of the liner.

3

LINING

A flexible tube saturated with resin is inserted into the pipe, often using air pressure.

4

CURING

The resin is cured using heat, UV light, or ambient curing methods, forming a hard, durable new pipe.

5

FINAL CAMERA INSPECTION

A camera inspection confirms the successful installation of the liner.