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Spiral Wound Relining for Durable Pipe Rehabilitation
Spiral wound relining is a trenchless pipe rehabilitation method that involves installing a spiral wound, pvc strip inside the damaged pipeline. The strip is typically made of pvc and is wound tightly into the damaged pipeline and expanded to meet the internal diameter of the host pipe.
In situations where there is an annular space between the host pipe and the expanded spiral wound liner, this can be filled with grout but is not typically needed in diameters less than 750mm. Spiral wound relining is a relatively fast and cost-effective method of pipeline rehabilitation, as it does not require extensive excavation.
spiral wound relining IS Ideal For:
Spiral wound relining is particularly well-suited for larger diameter pipes, particularly where sewer flow cannot be diverted. This liner can be installed in a live sewer main.
The system comes with an innovative control system that incorporates ibeam technology. The system provides full telemetry to the operator during installation as well as being accessible remotely via 4G modem in real time to trainers, supervisors or technical support staff. Following installation the CCTV footage is captured and is immediately available to project managers or clients.
Spiraline has all the benefits of traditional spiral products with a range of innovations that the make the system faster, easier and safer.
Most of all, Spiral wound lining installation equipment is powerful, low maintenance, designed, developed and supplied by a local South Australian business ibetch.
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