A popular measure for repairing damage to drain pipes is to perform a so-called relining. There are several types of relining, but where the basic principle is that the old worn-out drainage pipes are clad from the inside with a sealing material. This is a method that avoids having to expose sewers, which is the case with a trunk change. Relining, however, has its shortcomings; for example, it can be difficult to seal around branch pipes and floor drain connections. As an impartial assessor, Rörmokare24 can check the tightness of the drain after a relining has been carried out to investigate whether the leakage problem remains.
A leak on a drain pipe often also causes an unwanted odor, even if wastewater does not get out of the leak hole. Such an odor can spread throughout properties, far from the source itself. We at Rörmokare24 can also detect this type of leakage and have solved many odor problems that have arisen through leakage on drain pipes.
Wikipedia information about ReliningSliplining Sliplining is a technique for repairing leaks or restoring structural stability to an existing pipeline. It involves installing a smaller, "carrier pipe" into a larger "host pipe", grouting the annular space between the two pipes, and sealing the ends. Sliplining has been used since the 1940s.The most common material used to slipline an existing pipe is high-density polyethylene (HDPE), but fiberglass-reinforced pipe (FRP) and PVC are also common. Sliplining can be used to stop infiltration and restore structural integrity to an existing pipe. The most common size is 0.20m - 1.5m (8"-60"), but sliplining can occur in any size given appropriate access and a new pipe small or large enough to install.
Synonyms for Relining
- patching, lining