The rehabilitation of lateral connection pipes and service drains with in-built changes in diameter sometimes presents a major challenge for many existing rehabilitation technologies. Given the occurrence of such pipe structures, there has for some time been a need for a liner system that can accommodate such diameter fluctuations during the installation process without the need to excavate to access the diameter change location or design a liner with the diameter change in the ‘right position’ before installation. This is particularly the case where, in one single pipe length, large increases in diameter exist, for example from DN 100 to DN 150. The new BRAWOLINER® 3D liner system was developed especially
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Since 2004 Bell Services Ltd, the Dyno Rod franchise holder for the Channel Island of Jersey, has been using the German-manufactured Brawoliner® system, from KOB (Karl Otto Braun KG) of Wolfstein, for the lining of deteriorated pitch fibre and vitrified clayware foul and surface water pipes across the island. Some 2,000 m of Brawoliner® has been installed over the last 3 years in either 100 mm (4”) diameter, 150 mm (6”) diameter, with some 200 mm (9”) diameter installations. Clients have included The States of Jersey Public Services, Education Sport & Culture (local schools), Health & Social Services (General Hospital) and Housing Departments as well as Public Houses and Residential Homes and numerous properties across the island. The work has been undertaken in close association with CJ Kelly Associated Ltd, an independent specialist sewer renovation consultant and KOB’s technical representative the UK and Éire.
The 5 Star Dromoland Castle Hotel, located about 6 miles north of the town of Shannon in the west of Ireland, is renowned as a magnificent example of Renaissance architecture having been built in the 16th century and is recognised as one of Irelands premier castle resort hotels. Out of doors, the facility offers a championship golf course, fishing, horse riding, clay shooting, and many more active pursuits and the castle is often used as a base to explore the surrounding area from Bunratty to the Burrren or the Cliffs of Moher, all of which are within easy driving distance.