- 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
How does it 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. This can be laid vertically or horizontally, depending on your organisation’s needs, and can be applied to pipes with diameters as small as 100mm, all the way up to 1,500mm diameter culverts.
Industry leading specialists
At Subscan we are one of the UK’s leading commercial and private drain 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.
Since no two jobs are the same at Sub Scan UDS, we constantly invest in new technology to make sure we can comfortably take care of anything we are tasked with, while remaining a step ahead of the competition. This allows us to exceed our clients’ expectations as a matter of course, whether it’s through the use of specially-formulated chemical-resistant liners at production facilities to repel caustic cleaning materials, or through using odour-free pipe liners to meet the specific needs of food and drink manufacturing sites.
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 clients businesses and properties safety first.
CCTV Drainage survey and unblocking
As part of the project we completed a comprehensive CCTV drainage survey to identify and clear any debris and blockages. All work was completed on time and within the programme of works.
Outwood Academy contacted Subscan to determine if we could resolve an issue they were having with flooding on the Academy roof and ground areas.
To identify the cause of the flooding we surveyed all the down pipes using our CCTV drainage survey to identify if they were clean and free from structural damage. During this process we also identified blockages within the tennis courts that required emptying but had access issues.
To clear the blockages our team of engineers used a Cityflex Vacuumation Unit to clear the blockages and access stacks by means of Core drill & Install Fernco Inspection Point to empty the gullies and associated drainage within the tennis court areas.
All works were completed on time within the programme of works.
“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