Cast Iron Sewer Pipe Relining Videos – By Hugo Forster
Here Are Some Recent Re-lined Cast Iron Sewer Pipes – Before and After Pipe Relining
Ever wonder what the cast iron drains will look like before hydro-jetting, before de-scaling and after pipe lining? Check out these videos:
Important Things To Notice In These Cast Iron Sewer Pipe Re-Lining Videos
- Most cast iron pipes have a crack in the pipe floor or the crack has widened so the floor is missing. The edges of the remaining cast iron sewer pipe catches on debris, causing repeated backups
- The cast iron sewer pipes that need re-lining are very rough sometimes. That is scale, and takes more than a hydro-jetter to remove. We have special de-scaling tools for this purpose
- The pipe lining once installed is really smooth and slippery. No more debris can get stuck and cause backups.
- Wherever incoming pipes connections exist, the sewer pipe relining material stops and starts without covering connections.
- The ends of the pipe relining are very flat against the old pipe, so nothing can get stuck.
- Some cast iron pipe relining is smoother than others, depending on how well the scale was able to be removed. But the new lining is always very slippery preventing backups
- Even when cast iron pipe floors were missing, that defect was no longer visible after relining.
Here Is A Great Web Site Explaining Cast Iron Sewer Pipe Lining In Detail
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