By inserting and inflating an epoxy or polyester based resin lining inside the sewer we are able to prevent sewer problems such as leaking joints, root intrusion and pipe cracks.
Patch repair is an efficient and cost effective method of repairing cracked or leaking pipes and is ideal when a pipe is only damaged in one or two areas where full re-lining is not needed.
Top Hat & Lateral Repair
The Top Hat system is designed to repair damaged drainage connections and to prevent potential root growth around the faulty connection.
Cured In Place Pipe lining (CIPP)
Cured In Place Pipe lining (CIPP) is a lining method used to rehabilitate defective sewers and culverts without the need for open cut excavation and replacement.
Sealing the internal structure and voids found within manholes is a great way of improving the performance and lifetime of the structure as well as minimising the risk for costly emergency repairs.
We have various robotic cutters that can work in pipe diameters from 100mm to 750mm, these are commonly air powered and applications include removing intruding connections and re-opening laterals after relining.
Pipe bursting can save you more than half the cost of the traditional open cut (trenching). The sections of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) pipe are fusion welded together to provide one continuous piece of pipe from the house to the sanitary main.