Where does the lime come from?
The lime deposits are caused by rainwater entering through the soil layers, which contain lime salts. Depending on the composition of the soil, more or less lime is deposited on the canal walls. The degree of hardness of the respective water behaves accordingly.
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Details on the topic of lime deposits
Incrustations can become a problem if they prevent the flow of water and coarse materials such as branches or leaves lead to blockages, backups or even flooding.
- Reduces the run-off of the water/sewage
- High risk of constipation (cross-sectional reduction)
- Due to the slower flow of the water, the limescale can form more quickly
- Prevent consequential damage
High-pressure water technology has always been used for vibration-free removal. This enables us to work even in pipes with cracks, whereas conventional impact or vibro jets often promote crack formation.
Another advantage of our technology is the constant camera monitoring for controlled work and the flat (almost axial) jet angle to the pipe. This means that the force of the water does not affect the pipe wall, but only the material to be removed: "The gentle power in the canal!"
- Our efficiency: With our technology, we are faster than conventional milling technology in most cases!
- Trenchless work: We work directly from the pipe, so you can save on expensive work to uncover pipes!
- No use of chemicals: We work purely with the power of water without adding chemicals!
- Gentle and controlled: Thanks to the flat impact angle of the beam and permanent camera monitoring (robot), we work gently.