Drain Repairs,

Patches & Lining

Drain Repairs

Our expert team are well equipped to carry out all drainage repairs and replacements. 

For more information please call for a free quote.

Drain Relining & Patch repairs

A fast cost effective way to repair a damaged drain or sewer, no digging or excavating is needed. Relining a pipe involves inserting a liner impregnated with a special resin into the existing drain, it is then expanded with an air bladder and the and the resin laden lining bonds with the old pipe work to effectively give it a second skin It is as if you are fitting a brand new pipe inside an old existing pipe.

It is all carried out through the existing inspection chambers / manholes. Full lengths, half lengths or even individual sections can be installed. Bends, curves and offset joints are no problem for this flexible lining to negotiate and repair.

When re-lining is not an option, we are fully equipped & experienced to carry out the traditional methods of excavation and replacement.

MT Drains Folkestone

Drain Relining - No Dig Technology

Drain lining is suitable for sewers, culverts, vertical down pipes and many other applications. It is built to resist the most aggressive chemicals and can withstand extremely high temperatures

 

Drain relining benefits include:

  • No costly excavation of surfaces needed

  • Minimum disruption and down time to your business / home

  • Suitable for domestic, industrial, commercial and municipal applications.

  • Suitable for diameter ranges 100mm to 200mm

  • Able to negotiate bends and offset joints

  • All types of pipe material can be considered

  • Prevents tree root infestation

Patch Lining

Patch lining is a cost effective, no mess, no disruptive time saving permanent & watertight solution, eliminating the need for costly & inconvenient dig ups.

 

It is ideal for repairing cracks, breaks, corrosions, root intrusion and open & displaced joints. The patch is spread out and infused with an epoxy resin before being wrapped around a pipe packer. The packer is then inserted into the drain up to the defective area before being inflated.

 

After an hour or so the resin cures and the packer can be removed.  our drainage engineers have the knowledge and expertise to carry out the work professionally and efficiently.