There are a number of different ways to achieve pipe relining, but it will usually follow a similar pattern. First, a CCTV drain inspection
is conducted. This finds breaks and cracks in the existing piping system. Once we have all of the measurements, we then create a custom liner and inflatable bladder to match the exact pipe specifications, including the curves. When we’re ready to install the relined section, we soak the liner in an epoxy resin and insert the uninflated bladder into the pipe liner. A rope is attached to each end of the liner, which we use to pull the pipe liner into place using existing access points. Next, the bladder is inflated with air, blowing out the liner to seal against the pipes. The bladder remains until the resin has hardened. Viola! A new interior lining is now in place via the process of pipe relining. The bladder is deflated and retracted back out.