Blueline Technology

Blueline Technology

 

Blueline technology is designed to repair pipes under surfaces you don’t want to destroy. Blueline solves problems with sewerage or stormwater systems.

The most versatile lining in the world, Blueline structurally repairs any type of blocked, damaged or leaking pipe in diameters from 40mm to 1000mm with minimal disruption to your home or business.

Flowwise can clear blocked sewerage pipes and blocked stormwater pipes allowing drainage system to be flowing again in no time.

Blueline offers a structural repair and rehabilitation solution for a variety of drainage systems including sewerage pipes, stormwater pipes and vertical drain stacks. Blueline can be utilised all types of pipe including clay, concrete, metal, iron, steel, PVC and fiberglass.
Blueline restores and maintains water flow and acts as a barrier between water and pipe walls that stops leaks, bridges gaps and spans holes in the pipe. Blueline is a seamless, joint-free pipe repair process that is used to rehabilitate blocked drains and deteriorating sewer and stormwater pipes.

Blueline is the ideal long-term solution for pipe leaks and breaks, drain blockages, root intrusion, calcium build-up, water damage and sewer backups.

As a non-invasive pipe rehabilitation process, Blueline cost-effectively restores deteriorated and failing underground or in-building pipe systems. Our Blueline pull-in-place technology is uniquely capable of restoring pipes in diameters from 40mm to 1000mm within buildings as well as underground and under building foundations. All with without digging or destruction to buildings or landscape.

Blueline allows the restoration of pipe systems with multiple bends, elbows, branches and transitions in pipe diameter all from existing access points.

Flowwise are the specialists in Lateral Connection Liners (LCL) for any type of junction. Blueline repairs the whole junction in one process. We can reline any type of pipe, diameter or length combination, from 45 or 90 degrees.

What are the benefits?

  • prevents root intrusion and stops leaks
  • assists to prevent blocked drains
  • increases water flow
  • no digging or destruction
  • offers the structural strength of new pipes
  • alternative to drain replacement.

How does the Blueline system work?

Before any relining takes place, the drains must first be inspected and surveyed. We use a pipe camera to identify and locate the cause of the problem. The drain is then cleared using high pressure water jets; once the blockage is cleared the pipe is then ready for the liner installation.

Our liner is custom made from fabric that is impregnated with specially formulated two part epoxy resin that sets hard, becoming a structural repair, in a matter of hours allowing minimal disruption and inconvenience.

Once the liner is tailor made and prepared, it is inserted in to your drain via any opening in the drain. It is positioned in place with a camera and inflated, forcing the liner to take the shape of the pipe filling voids or cracks and lining over any damaged section. After a curing period, the internal bladder of the liner is removed, completing the process and making the drain ready for use immediately.

Specifications

Flowwise also uses Redline technology, a simple but highly effective cured-in-place pipe restoration system that completely coats the inside of your copper or galvanised pipes.

Flowwise are proud to back their service and products with the following guarantee and warranties

guarantee     40year     10 year Product Warranty

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I pick a no-dig solution?

The benefits are all listed above, but if that has not convinced you, then it might be worth mentioning the risks of needlessly digging to fix the pipes. The surrounding area becomes a bit of an eyesore for an extended period, and there is always a chance that their machinery might burst a pipe and cause worse damage.

Is there a loss of flow after the pipe is fixed?

As the relining works by entering the pipe itself, it may be that the flow is reduced slightly, but this is how relining would work, whether it involves excavating or not. The benefits of repairing the pipe without a full replacement will massively outweigh only a small decrease in water flow.

How much does the lining cost?

This will depend on the complexity of the work, such as the amount of lining required and the number of metres that have to be repaired, but we charge a flat fee every hour to make sure our services stay affordable to all. If you need help with your pipes, then please feel free to contact us for a free quote!

What type of leaking pipe repairs do you do?

We offer our no dig pipe repair to sewerage, stormwater, and plumbing pipes.

What our customers are saying

FlowWise
FlowWise
20 Google reviews

PUNCTUAL AND HARD WORKING!

"Thank you to Justin and the Flowwise team for their valuable information and professional manner. I highly recommend Flowwise!"

Pat Plowman
Les Beaches Body Corporate

HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

"I found Flowwise to be punctual, hard working, knowledgable and personable."

Jarrod Hogan
Storming Normans Carpentry

VERY HAPPY!

"I recently had a problem with my drains. I rang Flowwise and they were there in a flash - sorted my drains out very quickly and inexpensively. I am very happy and I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone - ever! Thank you guys so much!"

Christine Rule
Home owner, Sunshine Coast

PROMPT AND RELIABLE!

"Massive thanks to Justin and the boys from Flowwise. Prompt and reliable service with fantastic results! Highly recommend!"

Shay McInerney
Home owner, Sunshine Coast

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