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1. Pipe Cleaning
2. Pipe Lining
3. Bladder Removal and Evaluation

Pipe Inspection:

Utilising our advanced CCTV drain inspection technology, we thoroughly examine the pipe to identify the root cause of your plumbing issues.

Cleaning and Clearing:

Upon inspection, we often find debris and buildup inside the pipes. To clear these blockages, we employ a range of tools such as drain eels, Picote or Fixer machines, robotic cutters, or water jetters. Additionally, we ensure the pipe walls are thoroughly cleaned to facilitate a strong bond between the new lining and the old pipe.

Final Inspection:

After cleaning, we conduct another CCTV drain camera inspection to confirm that the pipe is clean, clear, and ready for relining. This step is crucial, as the pipe must be completely clean for the pipe relining process to be effective.

Preparing for Pipe Relining:

We determine the length of pipe lining required and prepare the epoxy or silicate resin mixture with the hardening agent.

Inserting the liner:

Using a specialised inversion drum, we insert a flexible epoxy resin-infused liner or a specialised bladder with a silicate-infused patch liner into the damaged pipe/s.

Setting the Liner:

To set the new, watertight pipe liner within the old pipe, we use air, water, and the necessary temperature conditions.

Completing the Pipe Reline:

Once the damaged section of the pipe has been relined, we conduct a final inspection using our CCTV drain inspection equipment to ensure that everything has been set correctly and all damage is completely covered.

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