From simple repairs to complicated drainage projects, our teams are highly experienced and authorised to undertake works on Highways, due to our NRSWA qualified supervisors and operatives.
Clients can be assured of receiving a first class service, minimising disruption and providing a highly cost-effective alternative, where traditional excavation methods are not practical. For more straight forward drainage repairs, Jet Aire are able to use no dig technology, which enables us to carry out the repair without the need for excavation work.
The excavation division has extended its profile with 'no-dig technology', utilising structural linings and patch repairs.
No dig pipe repairs are a quick, efficient and cost effective solution to the client and Jet Aire can provide a range of no-dig repairs including liner installation and localised patch repairs for small and large diameter pipework:
Drain lining is the application of a cured in place pipe (CIPP) liner within a damaged pipe.
The liner is inflated and inserted with an epoxy or polyester based resin. Once in place the liner is inverted using water or air pressure and left to cure. Once cured, the liner will prevent drainage problems such as leaking joints, root intrusion and further pipe cracks.
Patch lining is a silicate patch liner resin that performs a localised repair to a section of pipe (hole or small crack) and are commonly installed in 1 metre long lengths.
The process involves wrapping fibreglass matting impregnayed in a silicate resin around a packer , which is inserted into the drain/sewer and within a few hours is fully cured.
Patch lining is an efficient and cost effective method of repairing cracked or leaking pipes and has a long term drainage solution with a life expectancy of in excess of 50 years
It is ideal when a pipe is only damaged in one or two areas where full re-lining is not needed.
Clients can be assured of receiving a first class service with minimised disruption providing a highly cost effective alternative, where traditional methods are impractical.