Resin Kit for Point Patch Repairs
Resin Kit for Point Patch Repairs

Trelleborg Point/Patch Repair

Trelleborg DrainPacker | Sectional repair of sewer pipes with the shortLiner method.
The Trelleborg ShortLiner repair system is a sectional or point repair method for all types of wastewater and sewer pipes. The system uses Trelleborg Silicate Resins and chemically resistant CRF+ glass fiber

  • Perfect start into trenchless pipe repair business
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Tested to a service life of 50+ years
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Description

The Trelleborg ShortLiner method is the basic technique of No-Dig methods. Many consider it a perfect start into the No-Dig business. Quick, simple and reliable, it is recommended by experienced users worldwide with more than 100,000 installations every year. It requires only few material, and a good training, which we provide for you.

However, you always need high-quality equipment to obtain high-quality results. The equipment tailored to the needs of the Trelleborg ShortLiner system offers all that is necessary to achieve high-quality results.

The Trelleborg ShortLiner Patch Kit makes it easy on you. It is available in different configurations – ready to go – for single repairs in pipes ranging from 4” to 15” in diameter, and in repair lengths ranging from 2 ft to 5 ft (see table).

Application Areas

Pipe Diameters

  • DN 35 – DN 1200 | 1.4″ – 48″

Pipe Material

  • Circular and egg-shaped pipes
  • concrete
  • asbestos cement
  • plastics (PVC, PP, HDPE)
  • cast iron
  • ductile cast iron
  • reinforced concrete and vitrified clay

Applicable Damages

  • Leakage with or without groundwater infiltration or exfiltration at pipe joints, pipe walls, junctions, etc.
  • Offset pipes, cracks and debris, ruptures
  • Mechanical wear
  • Corrosion

Inapplicable Damages

  • Extreme pipe or joint offsets
  • Broken or collapsed pipes
  • Large cross-sectional reductions in conjunction with bedding problems
  • Longitudinal cracks at pipe connections