May
08

Fiberglass Sewer Re-lining

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Fiberglass Sewer Re-lining can save the customer thousands of dollars in costly replacement of landscaping, sidewalks and driveways. We are experts in pipe re-lining and most jobs are done within a few hours restoring your system same day.

Before Reliningafter

Trenchless pipe Relining is the process of repairing damaged sewer pipes by creating a “pipe within a pipe” to restore function and flow. Epoxy relining materials mold to the inside of the existing pipe to create a smooth new inner wall. The new epoxy lining is a Stand Alone pipe meaning even if the old pipe breaks away it stands by itself.

In most cases pipe relining can be performed through a building’s clean-out access and often requires little digging SAVING YOU THOUSANDS $$ on costly replacement of landscaping, driveways and sidewalks. Pipe relining may be used to repair root-damaged pipes, seal cracks and holes, fill in missing pipe and seal joint connections underground, in roof drain pipes, in storm lines and under concrete. The relined pipe is seamless and durable, and all materials used in the relining process are non-hazardous.

At Just Right we use:

The MaxLiner System TM is portable and enables Just Right to repair lateral pipelines, restoring both service and flow to the pipe in a matter of hours. Using air pressure or water inversion techniques, we can reline the pipes to create “a pipe within a pipe” that will restore function and flow without digging. After more than a decade of engineering, testing and perfecting, the MaxLiner System is now available to provide even small plumbers and contractors throughout America with an affordable, long-lasting, quick, easy, reliable and trenchless system of lateral repair for their customers.

Once the liner is impregnated we invert the tube and injects air throughout, forcing the tube to extend the length of the old pipe. A calibration hose is then inverted inside the liner to allow for curing. At this point, We can choose to cure the pipe ambiently by holding air pressure and allowing the resin to harden on its own, or introduce heat into the existing pipe by re-circulating hot water, thus dramatically reducing the cure time required for the pipe to harden. The cured resin has now affixed the new liner to the old pipe, thereby repairing the broken pipe by eliminating cracks and damage. In essence this pipe within in a pipe is brand new and will last for at least as long as its 50 year minimum design life.

Homeowners not only save the expensive costs associated with digging but can protect their landscaping, which would have been ruined by the traditional dig and replace
method.

About MaxLiner L.L.C.

MaxLiner is a leading cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) relining system for small diameter applications ranging from 2 to 10 inches. The system uses highly engineered equipment and materials to repair existing pipelines without digging. MaxLiner offers a wide selection of liners, all of which are extremely flexible and designed to maneuver multiple bends and joints. Using styrene-free epoxy resin, MaxLiner repairs offer a quality that is unsurpassed in the underground pipe-lining industry. The MaxLiner System has been used and tested throughout the world and has received NSF Standard 14 certification.

MaxLiner has sold over 40 units in the US alone and more than 225 units in Europe, Asia and Australia. For more information, visit the website at www.maxlinerusa.com.

MaxLiner SystemTM to Appear on This Old House®

Root-Infested Sewer Pipe Sheds Light on Growing Nationwide Problem

Using the MaxLiner System, the team restored 100% flow capacity and made the cracked and defective pipes like new in less than one day. The five step process involved: 1) removing roots from the pipe 2) mixing the epoxy 3) wetting out the liner 4) using air pressure to insert the liner into the pipe 5) using a hot water curing process to form the liner into a tight-fitting pipe within the existing pipe. The entire sewer line from the basement out to the city sewer was relined, forming a watertight barrier that is impenetrable by root intrusions.

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