Water Jetting Association Members

HYDRO-DESCALING LTD

Member Type: C2 - Drain & Sewer Cleaning Contractor
Categories: Drain & Sewer Cleaning, Tube, Pipe & Bundle Cleaning
Address:

16a Revenge Road
Lordswood Industrial Estate
Chatham
Kent
ME5 8UD

Tel: 01634867297
Fax: 01634201376
Web: www.hydrodescaling.co.uk
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Hydro DeScaling Ltd

Hydro DeScaling Limited • InSewer Surveys • Hydro (Pipeline) Construction.

These three divisions handle the whole of the companies activities which are:

24 hr emergency drain clearance
High Volume Tanker Jetting
Liquid Waste Disposal
Specialist High Pressure Descaling and Root Cutting
CCTV Surveys
Sewer Location and Mapping Services
Excavation and repairs to sewers and water mains
Installation of New drainage and Soakaways
Renovation by pipe lining and trenchless technology
24 hour Emergency Drain Clearance:

Emergency calls are answered and dealt with 24 hours a day 365 days a year

Rapid response van pack jetting units equipped with the latest specialist drain cleaning equipment, satellite tracking and communication systems

Clearance of blocked, foul and surface water drainage systems, down-pipes, toilets, sinks, urinals, grease traps and rain water gullies
Minor plumbing repairs to get you up and running as soon as possible
Industrial Tanker Jetting:

Medium and High Volume combination jetting / vacuum tankers
Up to 1800 gallon fresh water / silt and sludge tank
Jetting rates of up to 50 gallon per minute / 2000 psi pressure
Capable of cleaning sewers / culverts up to 1 metre in diameter
Hydro Descaling is a reigistered waste carrier under the Disposal of Waste Regulations 1996
Typical applications include:

Cleaning of foul and surface water sewers
Cleaning petrol / oil interceptors
Pump pit cleaning and desilting
Catch pit, gully and soakaway cleaning
Removal of sludge / silt from confined spaces
Liquid Waste Vacuum Tankers:

Tankers of varying capacities from 2,000 to 3,000 gallons
Hydro DeScaling is a registered waste carrier under the Disposal of Waste Regulations 1996
Typical applications include:

Cesspit emptying
Cleaning petrol / oil interceptors
Pump pit emptying
Removal of sludge / liquids from confined spaces
Flood pumping
Specialist High Pressure Water Jetting:

Turbo assisted Century Harben pumps with operating pressures of up to 10,000 psi
Specialist rotating jetting nozzles either self propelled or winched through the sewer or pipe line
All works are monitored by CCTV and water pressure is controllable to ensure that no damage occurs to the host pipe and that blockages and obstructions are completely removed

Typical applications include:
Removal of cement deposits within sewers and pipes
Removal of hard scale deposits from sewers and pipes
Removal of tree root infiltration from sewers and pipes
CCTV Surveys:

Domestic CCTV units, some now with on-board jetting facilities, capable of surveying 100 – 225mm diameter drainage systems using a small flexible push rod system. Ideal for house and small industrial surveys.
Mini – Mainline CCTV units capable of surveying 100 – 600mm diameter drainage systems incorporating both push rod and mini tractor systems. Ideal for most industrial and commercial surveys.
Mainline CCTV units capable of surveying 100 – 1800mm diameter drainage systems including large tractor unit with “pan and tilt” facility. Length of survey from one access point can be up to 300 metres. Ideal for Water Authority, Municipal contracts and specialist “one-off” surveys.
All levels of survey are carried out by operators trained and qualified to the Water Industry International OS20X standard. On site input and validation of the survey results is carried out using the latest Wincan CCTV reporting software using on board industrial computers.
Sewer and Pipe Lining:

A four step process designed for the repair of cracked, fractured and broken pipes.

• Step 1
A pre survey is carried out by CCTV followed by pipe preparation by high pressure water jetting or specialist descaling.

• Step 2
The liner which is a polyurethane coated felt tube, impregnated with resin and catalyst system, is winched or pushed through the defective section of pipe.

• Step 3
Water or air is then induced into the liner expanding it to the contours of the host pipe and then is held under pressure where curing takes place usually in 1 – 2 hours. The lining at this stage has formed a hard, tough, structural pipe inside the old defective pipe.

• Step 4
Upon completion, the lined pipe is re surveyed by CCTV to check the installation and the results are recorded onto DVD.