spiral wound relining

strong & flexible relining technology

Spiral Wound Relining for Durable Pipe Rehabilitation

CIPP Relining for Lasting Solutions

Spiral wound relining presents a cost-effective solution by eliminating extensive excavation, thereby reducing labor and material costs associated with traditional repair methods. Its trenchless application minimises disruption to surrounding infrastructure, making it particularly suitable for urban environments and critical infrastructure projects. Versatile in accommodating a wide range of pipe diameters and materials, spiral wound relining offers flexibility in pipeline rehabilitation applications. Advancements in technology and equipment have led to faster installation times and improved operational efficiency for spiral wound relining systems.



What to expect with spiral wound relining

Watch spiral wound relining in action...

Step into the world of innovative pipeline rehabilitation with our animated video showcasing the transformative power of spiral wound relining. Dive deep into the intricacies of this cutting-edge technology as we guide you through each stage of the process, from installation to completion. Witness firsthand how spiral wound relining revolutionizes pipeline rehabilitation, offering a cost-effective, efficient, and environmentally friendly solution.

Ideal for Versatile Applications

From larger diameter pipes to live sewer mains, our spiral wound relining is tailored to meet a diverse range of pipeline rehabilitation needs. With the capability to install liners in live sewer mains, disruption to your operations is minimised.

Spiral wound relining finds widespread use in municipal sewer systems, industrial pipelines, and various infrastructure rehabilitation projects. From wastewater treatment plants to underground utilities, spiral wound relining offers a cost-effective, efficient, and environmentally-friendly solution for extending the lifespan of critical infrastructure assets.

cutting-edge technology

Our spiral wound relining system boasts an innovative control system with ibeam technology, providing real-time telemetry to operators and remote accessibility for trainers and technical support staff. With immediate CCTV footage availability post-installation, project managers and clients gain unparalleled insights.

the spiraline system

Benefit from the speed, ease, and safety of our Spiraline system, equipped with a range of innovations to enhance performance. Powered by low-maintenance equipment from local South Australian business ibetch, our spiral wound relining ensures efficient and reliable pipeline rehabilitation.

spiral wound relining process

Spiral wound relining stands as a cutting-edge trenchless pipe rehabilitation technique, offering a host of advantages over conventional methods. The process begins with a meticulous inspection of the pipeline using advanced CCTV technology, allowing our experts to assess the extent of damage and evaluate the suitability of spiral wound relining. Once deemed appropriate, a flexible PVC strip, infused with resin, is meticulously wound into the damaged pipeline. This strip is then expanded to perfectly conform to the internal diameter of the host pipe, ensuring a snug fit and seamless integration.

In cases where an annular space exists between the liner and the host pipe, our skilled technicians may apply grouting to provide additional support and sealing. A final inspection, conducted with CCTV technology, verifies the integrity of the relined pipe, ensuring its durability and longevity.

ENHANCED benefits

Not only is spiral wound relining cost-effective, eliminating the need for extensive excavation and reducing labour and material costs, but it also minimises disruption to surrounding infrastructure and reduces downtime. This makes it an ideal solution for urban environments and critical infrastructure projects. Moreover, its versatility allows for application across a wide range of pipe diameters and materials, offering flexibility in pipeline rehabilitation projects.


Durability is another hallmark of spiral wound relining, with the PVC strip providing exceptional resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and abrasion. This ensures long-term reliability and performance, even in the harshest of environments. Thanks to advancements in technology and equipment, spiral wound relining systems can potentially offer faster installation times and improved operational efficiency, further enhancing their appeal.