Many people are starting to learn about the benefits of pipe re-lining.
This is recent CIPP relining job we completed in Portland Maine
First the liner and bladder are laid out and cut to length
Then the resin is weighed and mixed, this has to be inserted into the liner within 15 minutes of mixing.
Then the mixture is funneled into the liner.
And the liner is rolled through a calibrations roller to make sure all the resin in distributed evenly.
This is Tyler giving a shout out to Maxliner our supplier!
Once the liner is filled it is taken to the pipe for installation.
This is the liner gun that introduces the liner and resin into the pipe by inversion method, this one took about 20 minutes.
Then the bladder is inserted (the orange one) and filled with water and is brought up to 120 degrees in temperature so that the resin can cure. Once that is done the resin cures for about 2 hours and the bladder is removed and your pipe is fixed. Most jobs can be completed in one day.
This is a before and after photo, the pipe looks like new. And only reduces your pipe size by 4%.
So before you dig up your lawn and street…..
Look into weather or not your a candidate for pipe lining or CIPP lining before digging, it could save you thousands of dollars.
Northeast Sewer & Drain Service