Which materials are suitable for pipe lining?
Pipe lining is perfect for a wide variety of drain materials, including concrete, clay, plastic, vitreous china, pitch fibre, cast iron, or polycarbonate. Kwikflow technicians can also line various kinds of ducting and install patch repairs in lengths from 500mm to 1000mm.
What does pipe lining involve?
Our team will use CCTV survey cameras to examine your pipes thoroughly, to check for, and identify any damaged areas. Once we have diagnosed the problems, we will be able to give you advice as to how these faults can be repaired properly, at a price that is cost-effective to you. As a rule, we advise our clients to opt for our pipe relining services, rather than digging trenches, for the sole purpose of saving them inconvenience, money, and time.
After we have identified the damaged areas of the pipes, we will then, by using specialised, adaptable equipment, prepare the inner surface of the pipe. This activity often needs the use of two things: cutting equipment to get rid of roots, hard objects, and roots, as well as certain robotic cutting technology capable of cutting sideways, to follow all along the pipe lining.