- An internal renovation of sewage pipes with inner diameters starting from 34mm up to 155mm in inhabited apartments and buildings.
- Usage of an inodorous, elasticized two-component epoxy resin system
- Suitable for nearly all kind of pipe materials such as PVC, vitrified clay, concrete, cast iron, fibre cement, GRP, PE, PP and so on.
- With this homogenous internal coating of sewer pipes Spray-Liner® offers an efficient alternative to the conventional exchange of old pipes.
The Spray-Liner® process in detail
This system can be applied to all sewer pipes within a building starting at a diameter of 34mm.
The Spray-Liner® method is suitable for all current materials like PVC, concrete, PE, PP, cast iron and vitrified clay. Typical damages such as mechanical wear, voids, radial- or longitudinal cracks, leakages or corrosion can be repaired with the Spray-Liner® method.
This new renovation method allows to renovate sewer pipes horizontally and vertically including pipe bends and side connections.
And all this without any dirt making demolition of walls, ground floors or ceiling.
We are the manufacturer of this unique system and we sell it to companies working in the field of pipe rehabilitation, pipe cleaning, refurbishing and specialists in the area of house building all over the world.
If you want to renovate a sewage pipe nowadays you are not forced anymore to take hammer and chisel.
For quite some time special techniques allow to rehabilitate pipes without demolition and excavation work. Thus saves time and expenses. For lots of house owners the economic efficiency as well as the non –disruptive method have priority.
For example the liner rehabilitation: a liner soaked in epoxy resin is inserted into the old pipe. But the liner technique can only be used for pipes from 50mm diameter and so this method is not suitable for each renovation.
After the liner is inserted into the pipe, side connections have to be cut by a robot-cutter, often this might lead to damages or milled edges where water can infiltrate. A cap profile has
to be placed, but especially in in-house sewage pipes this often is not possible > the consequence: a not professional reparation.
Some resins, e.g. polyester resin, shrink while hardening, so a gap between the applied resin and pipe may arise and this may lead to water infiltration and leakage.
This will not happen with the Spray-Liner® renovation, as this close-fit technology will form a force-fit and form-fit bond with the cleaned pipe material.
That new spraying method by Spray-Liner® offers a perfect alternative and a useful completion to the conventional renovation technologies.
A patented rotating spray-head is inserted into the pipe and squirts a two-component epoxy resin onto the interior of the pipe wall. The whole process is safe, quite, inodorous, eco-friendly and visually controlled.kontrolliert.