First, a camera is inserted into the pipeline to inspect the current condition. The pipes are then cleaned mechanically and rinsed with water to flush out all dirt and impurities.
After cleansing, the pipeline is dried with an air blower and then inspected again to ensure it’s thoroughly dry and there are no tears or punctures. Any punctures are patched and repaired before continuing.
After the pipeline has passed the inspection, it is coated with enough ElastoFlake to achieve a minimum coating of 3 mm. This normally requires several layers of ElastoFlake, sprayed and brushed with the ElastoTec system. When the coating is finished, the pipeline is inspected again by camera and the results are documented to ensure that the outcome is seamless, consistent, and free from irregularities. The pipeline is ready for use after 20 min to 1 hour of drying.