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Is your sewer repair? We have a comprehensive service for sewer repair. Root ingrowth is the most common cause of a blocked canal. Settlement cracks, fragmentation, and punctual cracks, on the other hand, will necessitate sewer repair, as if left unchecked, the result is normally a weakened sewer that collapses.

For sewers with holes, broken fragments, ingrown roots, and leaky sockets, we use our short liner, depending on the damage and the pipe.

Repairing A Sewer With A Short Liner (Punctual Sewer Repair)

If we can locate a single point in the pipe system, sewer repair with a short liner makes sense.

First, we use our camera to calculate the size of your punctual leak, and then we join our short liner, which is made up of thin, multi-component polypropylene and glass fibre mats. We use bladder and air push rods to push the components to the damaged area, fill the bladder with air once it arrives, and let the short layer harden. In one to two hours, the material settles on the leak in the pipe system and stiffens.

At this stage, a thin-walled, punctiform pipe-in-pipe system is built, which prevents new knot growth and ensures maximum flow.

To Fix A Short Liner, You’ll Need The Following Materials:

  • Mats made of ECR or Advantex glass fibres
  • Resins of two or three components

We’ll Need The Following Things To Make A Short Liner:

  • Kit for milling or flushing
  • TV set-up
  • Condenser
  • Pushrods and air hoses
  • Packers that inflate
  • Scissors, plastic, bucket (mug), tape measure, and pen
  • Surface for working
  • Clothing that is protective

The Following Are The Steps For Repairing A Short Liner:

  • Obstacles and deposits in the sewer are removed.
  • Using a TV system and a camera, assess the damage.
  • Get the inflatable packer ready.
  • ECR or Advantex glass can be used to make glass fibre mats.
  • Resin mixture
  • Resin should be applied to the fibreglass mat.
  • Place the fibreglass mat on top of the inflatable packer and secure it.
  • Place the inflatable packer on the damaged area and cover it with a fibreglass mat.
  • Enable the resin to harden.
  • Take out the inflatable packer.
  • With the TV system, inspect the repaired area.

The Inliner Is Used To Patch Sewers (Sewer Repair Over Longer Distances)

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damaged areas on the sewer or where the affected pipe is unavailable, such as in sewage systems on flat roofs, we use liners. The more inline is then laid in a continuous pattern from shaft to the shaft or from the street canal to street canal.

As a material, we use needle felt tubes that are impregnated in synthetic resin, similar to the short liners. After that, the unhardened lining is wrapped in an inverting drum and blown into the duct with compressed air. Then we water this new pipe-in-pipe system for 2-4 hours to enable the inline to cure fully under air pressure for 24 hours (water speeds up the resin reaction time).

We can fix up to 40 metres of sewer in the ground in one piece using this process. We can fix downpipes that are up to 30 metres long. In high-rise buildings, this is not unusual.

Both of the products we use have received DiBt authorization, and our consumers are covered by a guarantee: 4 years under VOB and 5 years under BGB.

Inline-repair Products Include:

  • Polyester needle felt or polyester cloth tubing
  • Resin made from two components that react at different rates

We’ll Need The Following Things To Be An Inline Skier:

  • A milling machine or a flushing machine
  • TV set-up
  • Condenser
  • Hoses for air
  • Drum of inversion
  • Scissors, aluminium foil, a bucket (mug), a metre, and a pen
  • Surface for working
  • Tables for impregnation
  • Pump that creates a vacuum
  • System of water supply
  • Cutter for milling
  • Clothing that is protective

The Following Are The Steps For Repairing An Inliner:

  • Cleaning the sewage system
  • Using a television device to assess the length
  • Make sure you have all of the supplies you’ll need.
  • Prepare the liner by cutting it out and cleaning it.
  • Resin mixture
  • Incorporate resin into the liner.
  • Inversion Liner
  • Give time for the liner to harden.
  • We reopen inlets that were previously closed after curing.
  • Epoxy

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