Drain lining involves adding a resin liner to a damaged pipe. The resin liner will also improve the flow rate by reducing friction and provide a highly resilient, permanent, seamless tube inside your existing pipe or drain.
The resin impregnated liner may be blown into the drain using specialised equipment or winched through depending on circumstances. A removable inflatable tube is then blown in under pressure and liner is forced into contact with the previously defective pipe until curing takes place. Our skilled engineers calculate the chemical proportions of the resins taking into account the ambient temperature and ultra violet conditions.