No Dig Patch Repairs

Quick & efficient drainage repairs.

Derby - Leicester - Mansfield - Nottingham

Drain lining repairs offer a no-dig solution to restore the integrity of damaged pipes without extensive excavations. Once cured, it forms a robust new layer, effectively sealing cracks or breaches and ensuring smooth water flow.

What is Pipe Lining?

Quick solution for any drainage emergency.

Pipelining is a method used to repair existing pipelines without the disruptive process of traditional excavation. This technique involves inserting a resin-saturated tube into the damaged pipe, which is cured using heat or UV light to form a tight-fitting, corrosion-resistant new pipe within the old one. For your business, this means minimal downtime, as the process is faster and less invasive than traditional pipe repair or replacement methods.

Furthermore, since there's no need to dig up large sections of the property, businesses can continue their operations with minimal disruptions.

No Dig Patch Repairs

Ambient Cured Lining

Unlike other methods that rely on external heat sources, such as hot water or steam, to cure the resin-saturated liner, ambient lining allows the resin to harden and set at ambient or room temperatures. This process utilises specific resin formulas designed to cure without additional heat. Once the liner is introduced into the damaged pipe and positioned correctly, it undergoes a curing process, effectively forming a new pipe within the old one.

What are the benefits of Ambient Cured Lining?

The absence of an external heat source means a more energy-efficient process, which can often result in cost savings for the project. Moreover, because there's no requirement for bulky heating equipment, the setup is generally less complex, leading to faster project completion times.

This method is particularly advantageous in environments where introducing external heat might be challenging or risky. For businesses, this translates into reduced downtime and disruption, ensuring that operations can resume quickly.

Heat Cured Lining

Heat-cured lining employs an external heat source, typically hot water or steam, to catalyse and expedite the curing process of the resin-saturated liner. Once the liner, saturated with thermosetting resins, is positioned within the damaged pipe, it's exposed to the heat source. The elevated temperatures accelerate the chemical reactions within the resin, causing it to harden rapidly and mould to the shape of the existing pipe, thereby creating a robust, new pipe layer within the old one.

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