Once the clogged line is cleaned, it is inspected and recorded with our video system. Then, we measure the pipe liner material, and cut it to length at the jobsite. A vacuum pump is attached to eliminate any trapped air and also to make the wet out process easier.
Then, a two-part, styrene-free resin is measured, mixed, and poured into the liner. The liner is then wet out and wound into the inversion drum of our lining system. The liner is inverted into the pipe, allowing the epoxy resin to bond and seal with the pipe and create a permanent continuous rehabilitated line without joints.