1. Restore cracked pipe
2. Keep the host pipe sealed against infiltration
3. Close holes in pipe walls
4. Isolate root intrusion
5. Prevent exfiltration.
uses PVC-coated polyester needlefelt tube filled with
liquid resin. The impregnated felt hose is inverted from a
Drum by well proven inversion method using compressed air.
The resin filled felt hose is pressed tightly host pipe and
held until cured. The end is a solid smooth pipe that acts
compositely with the host pipe.
DrainLiner technology is a low-cost relining method for
the rehabilitation of lateral connections from buildings to
main pipes. This variable ambient cure system has an
adjustable pot life of 20 to 90 minutes, which enables
control of the full curing process to be completed from 1 to 2 hours.
can be substantially reduced through applying hot water or
damaged lateral service drains and restores structural
capacity of those pipes without excavation or
potential for accidental damage to other adjacent
underground utilities associated with dig and replace
Eliminates street excavation, paving repair costs,
bonds, traffic control problems and possible accidental
excavation damage to other services.
lateral re-lining project takes less than 5 hours to
complete. Up to 2-3 repairs can be planned for a work day
per lining crew.
landscape damage and restoration costs.
inconvenience to the property owner during the
lower overall costs compared to dig and replace method,
especially in congested and hard to access areas, e.g.
easements, basements, garden features, etc.