Pipe Relining Adelaide
Renoflo CIPP Pipeline renovation system done by the experts!
What we do
SA Pipe Relining
Plumbing & Pipeline Solutions is an exclusive installer of Renoflo CIPP Pipeline Renovation System.
Pipe relining is a trenchless technology that has been available for over 40 years but is still a largely unknown alternative to pipe replacement. As the name implies, it is a method Plumbing & Pipeline Solutions can use that enables us to reline the interior of pipes.
Sewer pipe relining is done by inserting a specially designed liner through the pipes. When the liner is in place, it is inflated until it fits tightly against the walls of the pipes. The outside of the liner is coated with a resin, which makes it adhere to the pipe. When it cures, the drain relining provides a seamless seal that is extremely durable, drain pipe relining can extend the life of the pipe by 50 years plus for both sewer and storm-water drains. This saves you the substantial cost of excavation and replacement, especially for easement locations.
Maintaining the integrity of your pipes before they collapse can help you avoid the high costs and negative publicity associated with emergency repairs.
Just remember that rehabilitating instead of replacing is not only more economical but environmentally low-impact as well.
Advantages of Trenchless Pipe Relining
Replacing sewer and storm-water underground pipes can be an expensive nightmare. First a trench needs to be dug. Then the old pipes need to be removed and replaced which is a labour and materials intensive process. It can be very costly and when the job is done, you’re faced with further landscaping costs.
When you have your pipes relined, on the other hand, only a single access hole has to be dug. Usually only about a metre square, no expensive trenching equipment is needed. The liner is far less expensive than new pipes and there’s no need to dispose of your old pipes, either.
Aside from being less expensive than replacing old pipes, pipe relining takes less time and does less damage to your landscape. Depending on the product we use, it can have a warranty of up to 50 years, so pipe relining is a long-term solution, too.
Renoflo CIPP Relining Method
PPS uses a hydrostatic head to invert a resin-impregnated, flexible tube into the existing conduit which is then structurally cured-in place (CIPP).
And then, this CIPP has been used worldwide for more than 40 years and is the most widely used trenchless method. So, if you need either horizontal and vertical rehabilitation, the Renoflo CIPP Liner restores structural integrity. This includes stormwater and sewer pipes from 100 mm to 2.0 metres in diameter and improves hydraulic flow characteristics.