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                                                                                                                                                                  Updated 28 March, 2016 > site map > cipp drain lining > drain lining training                                                  

Drain Lining Training

Most of the defective liners we come across are down to poor preparation of the host pipe or the liner itself or poor installation techniques, defective drain liners are more often than not avoidable and the cost to the industry in unscheduled excavations is considerable

Drain lining involves the use of chemicals, resins and machinery so there are obvious health and safety reasons for regular and extensive training, drain lining materials and installation techniques continue to improve and develop as does the plant and machinery used for opening lateral connections etc so regular training will keep you up to date with the latest industry improvements

Anyone involved in the drain lining industry should be trained and proficient in the basics of drain lining installation:

  • The resins and chemicals used and the curing process including how temperature and UV light affect the process
  • Safe handling and use of said resins and chemicals
  • The types of drain liners available for negotiating bends, changes in diameter and differing load scenarios
  • Preparation of the host pipe for drain lining including root, encrustation and protruding lateral connection removal
  • How to identify and deal with ground water issues.
  • Preparation of drain liner for installation including the mixing of resins and the wetting out process
  • Drain liner installation and curing techniques including drag in, inversion and double inversion including the use of pre-liners and end liners.


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