405FT of 24″ Drain Line Relined at a Major Pharmaceutical Company

Boss man overseeing the crew while liner is being blown in.

Pearl River, NY – A large pharmaceutical manufacturing company was having some serious issues with their storm drain lines on site. After doing an initial inspection, our crew determined that due to significant damage to the line, roughly 405ft of drain line was in need of rehabilitation. This line was for roof drains, and also storm drains in the roadway. The pipe was a whopping 24” in diameter and required some serious manpower to install.

Prior to shooting in the liner, the pipe needed to be prepped and ready to go. The crew removed all debris from the line, and waited for the liner to arrive via reefer truck. Due to the size of the liner being used, we had to use our large shooter, the Perma-Main Top Gun F-24,  and a conveyor belt system in the back of the reefer truck to properly insert the new liner into the storm basin. The liner was blown into the drain line via storm basin access, and we used our Permaliner Viper steam units to speed up the curing process.

Although this is considered a bigger job, it took the crew roughly one day to complete – including mobilization, setup, prep work, lining, and tear down.
(An initial site visit was made to scope/map out the lines prior to this visit, but the lining portion was done in one day).

Steamers cooking the liner during the curing process.
Steamers cooking the liner during the curing process.
Tech guiding the liner into the manhole.
Tech guiding the liner into the manhole.
Liner being pressurized.
Liner being pressurized.
End of Liner
End of Liner
Boss man overseeing the crew while liner is being blown in.
Boss man overseeing the crew while liner is being blown in.
Crew working on steam curing the newly installed liner.
Crew working on steam curing the newly installed liner.
Crew on site waiting for the liner to arrive via reefer truck.
Crew on site waiting for the liner to arrive via reefer truck.
Another shot of the crew hard at work.
Another shot of the crew hard at work.
Crew Set Up on Site
Crew Set Up on Site
Crew and equipment set up - steamers, generator, Top Gun F-24.
Crew and equipment set up – steamers, generator, Top Gun F-24.

 

Liner passing through one catch basin.
Liner passing through one catch basin.
Techs refueling steamers while newly installed liner is curing.
Techs refueling steamers while newly installed liner is curing.
New liner coming off of the reefer truck, into the catch basin via Top Gun F-24 shooter.
New liner coming off of the reefer truck, into the catch basin via Top Gun F-24 shooter.
New liner being pressurized.
New liner being pressurized.
Steamers cooking off the new liner.
Steamers cooking off the new liner.
Technician with the 405ft of 24" liner.
Technician with the 405ft of 24″ liner.
Technicians guiding the liner through the shooter into the catch basin.
Technicians guiding the liner through the shooter into the catch basin.
Liner coming off the conveyor belt, and down into the catch basin though the shooter.
Liner coming off the conveyor belt, and down into the catch basin though the shooter.
Tech refueling the Viper Steamers.
Tech refueling the Viper Steamers.
Techs going over the plan for the rest of the job.
Techs going over the plan for the rest of the job.
End of liner when it enters the other catch basin.
End of liner when it enters the other catch basin.
Steamers cooking during the curing process.
Steamers cooking during the curing process.
Crew setting up equipment for the job.
Crew setting up equipment for the job.
Crew working on steam curing the newly installed liner.
Crew working on steam curing the newly installed liner.

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