Kitchen Sewer Line Repaired at JFK Airport in Jamaica, NY

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JFK Airport – Jamaica. NY. A kitchen within the JFK Airport was having a drain line issue that needed to be remedied. There were a few sections with holes and cracks in it. This was a different job than the crew is used to; it was in a “cleanroom” and the techs had to wear appropriate PPE. They also used a special type of liner, Max WovoLiner 3D Brawoliner, that is extremely flexible, and could be blown in through the 4′ PVC floor trap.

This liner was cured via steam. Prior to blowing in the liner, the crew cleaned and descaled the line in preparation for lining.

After the completion of the liner, it was then camera inspected to ensure there were no imperfections, and it had cured properly. This job took roughly half a day to complete, including mobilization, set up, prep, lining, and breakdown.

Crew had to plastic off the work area to ensure there would be no mess left behind. The job took place in a cleanroom, which requires the utmost cleanliness.
Crew had to plastic off the work area to ensure there would be no mess left behind. The job took place in a cleanroom, which requires the utmost cleanliness.

Outside Service Location
Outside Service Location
Floor Drain
Floor Drain
Technicians in the cleanroom preparing the area for lining.
Technicians in the cleanroom preparing the area for lining.
Technician blowing the liner in through the floor drain.
Technician shooting the liner in through the floor drain.
Technician cleaning and camera inspecting the sewer line prior to lining.
Technician cleaning and camera inspecting the sewer line prior to lining.
Crew inside the work area, getting ready to blow in the liner.
Crew inside the work area, getting ready to blow in the liner.
Technician preparing the lining material in the back of the wet trailer.
Technician preparing the lining material in the back of the wet trailer.
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