Case Studies: Real-Life Examples of Successful Pipe Relining Projects


Pipe relining is a process that involves inserting a new liner into an existing pipe, which can be made of steel or plastic. Sewer pipe relining Sydney remove the old lining and replaced with the new one through a hole in the side of the pipe.

The process works by using an epoxy resin to bond together new liners with existing pipes, creating a strong bond that prevents corrosion from occurring. This method has been used for decades because it’s effective at preventing leaks and other damage caused by corrosion inside pipes without having to dig up roads or sidewalks.

Overview of Different Types of Pipe Relining

  • Cured-in-place pipe relining
  • Slip lining
  • Pipe bursting
  • Trenchless relining

Case Study 1: Pipe Relining in a Residential Home

This project was a residential pipe relining job in a home. The homeowner had been experiencing issues with their plumbing system, and they wanted to improve the performance of their pipes.

The first step in this project was to dig up the existing pipes and determine what kind of material they were made out of. After excavating them, we found that they were made out of cast iron and lead-based solder joints! These types of materials are no longer used for residential plumbing systems because they can corrode over time and cause serious damage to your home’s infrastructure. In addition, if you’re not careful when working with these types of materials (or even just touching them), there is also a risk for exposure to toxic chemicals such as lead dust or mercury vapors–both which can be harmful if inhaled or ingested by humans or animals alike!

After uncovering this information about our client’s old plumbing system we knew exactly what needed repairing: all new piping would need replacing before any further work could commence on other parts within their house.”

Case Study 2: Pipe Relining in a Commercial Building

  • Project Overview
  • The project was a commercial building with a sprinkler system. The owner had experienced several water leaks in the past, and wanted to address these issues before they became more serious.
  • Challenges Faced by the Contractor
  • The contractor faced several challenges during this project, including:
    Working around existing equipment and piping that could not be moved or removed due to its location in the building (e.g., boilers)
  • Removing old pipe joints from corroded piping and installing new ones on site (i.e., relining)

Case Study 3: Pipe Relining in a Municipal Sewer System

This case study covers a pipe relining project in a municipal sewer system. The project was undertaken to address an issue with the existing pipes, which were prone to clogging and infiltration of wastewater into the surrounding soil.
The challenges faced during this project included:

  • Finding a way to access the pipes under roadways and other public areas without disrupting traffic flow or causing damage to nearby structures and infrastructure (such as sidewalks)
  • Working around existing utility lines that run through areas where new pipe needed to be installed

Case Study 4: Pipe Relining in a School

Pipe Relining in a School

One of the biggest challenges for this project was finding a way to access the pipes that were buried deep underground. The school’s maintenance staff had been trying unsuccessfully for years to access the pipe and make repairs, but they couldn’t get past all of the obstacles standing in their way. They finally decided that it would be better to just replace them with new pipes instead of continuing their efforts at repairing them.

After learning about pipe relining from one of our sales representatives, they decided it was worth trying out because it would save them time and money while still providing an effective solution for their problem areas. After completing this project successfully using our services (and saving themselves thousands), we expect them will use us again when other parts need repair work done around campus!

Case Study 5: Pipe Relining in a Hospital

The project was a pipe relining project in a hospital. The challenge of this job was that there were many different types of pipes in the building, some with different diameters and materials. The result was that it took longer than expected to complete the project because they had to take extra time to make sure that all of the pipes were properly sealed and cleaned before they could move on to another section.

The end result was worth it though; after several months of work, we were able to restore full functionality back into this hospital’s plumbing system without having any leaks or other problems occur!

Case Study 6: Pipe Relining in an Industrial Plant

A pipe relining project in an industrial plant was completed by a contractor who had never done this type of work before. The project involved replacing several thousand feet of corroded piping with new, seamless pipes made from ductile iron. The main challenge was that the existing piping was not straight or level; it had been installed over many years and was crisscrossed with other pipes, valves and fittings.

The contractor used our patented Pipe Relining System to perform this job successfully:

  • He was able to complete the entire project without shutting down production lines or removing any equipment (which would have taken weeks).
  • He saved thousands of dollars by using our patented Pipe Relining System instead of excavating trenches around every bend in every pipe–a process that would have been very time consuming and expensive because it would require digging up concrete floors throughout large areas where there were no obstructions underfoot (such as electrical conduits).
  • By using our patented Pipe Relining System instead of traditional methods like excavation or trenchless rehabilitation techniques such as CIPP lining systems (which are often referred to as “pipe bursting”), he avoided having to excavate areas where there were no obstructions underfoot – saving both time and money!

In conclusion, pipe relining is a cost-effective and efficient way to repair damaged pipes without the need for excavation or disruption of your property. With the right team of professionals, you can ensure that your pipe relining project is completed quickly and efficiently, giving you peace of mind and a fully functional plumbing system that will last for years to come. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with your pipe relining needs!