CIPP Relining

Problems with drainage can be detrimental to the day to day running and success of any business. If left unaddressed small drainage repairs can suddenly turn into major leaks and flooding, causing major structural and environmental damage.

At Subscan we provide a relining service that doesn’t require digging up large sections of pipework’s and significantly reduces the amount of disruption caused. Saving both time and money for your business whilst taking care of essential maintenance work.

How does re-lining work?

The relining process involves the installation of a drain lining that bonds to the inside of the pipe, essentially creating a pipe within a pipe. The re-lining means that no excavation work is required for major drain repairs, significantly reducing the time it takes to repair and essential drain works. The re-lining can be laid vertically or horizontally, depending on the location of the damage pipe.

Relining can be applied to a vast array of pipes, ranging 100mm all the way up to 1,500mm diameter culverts.

  • Extends drainage life expectancy up to 100 years
  • Minimal disruption to customers or public highways
  • No excavation required as the method used is through existing access manholes and gullies
  • No over pumping required
  • Cost effective and durable

Industry leading specialists

At Subscan we are one of the UK’s leading commercial drain re-lining specialists. The lining process involves the installation of a drain lining that bonds to the inside of the pipe, essentially creating a pipe within a pipe, covering all cracks and leaks.

We always strive to use new industry leading techniques to ensure that all patch lining projects are completed to the highest standard. We always put our client’s businesses and properties safety first.

Case Study

Client:
Costain

Project type:
CCTV drainage survey and asset mapping

Location:
A160, Lincolnshire

Overview

A comprehensive CCTV drainage survey and asset mapping on a busy stretch of highway with all work undertaken during the night to ensure minimum disruption to the local residents.

As part of the Port of Immingham improvement scheme, Subscan were appointed to carry out a Haddms CCTV drainage survey and asset mapping of the highway drainage system on a busy stretch of the A160.

Subscan were tasked in completing a detailed survey and mapping of the current drainage solution in place for the local council. All of the work was undertaken during the night under traffic management to ensure minimum disruption to the local residents. All works were completed on time within the programme of works.

Client Testimonial

“The Subscan UDS team of surveyors and drainage engineers helped our minor works team out again and did a thoroughly professional job. We will continue to work with Subscan on LNE projects throughout the region.”

Lee Sanderson, Building & Civils Project Manager, Construction Marine Ltd