Hydro Cleansing has 20 years of experience in operational maintenance services to drains, sewage, sewer surveys, and sewer line replacement. Our years of expertise enables us to provide ad hoc callouts and emergency response for all kinds of sewer blockages and cleaning requirements.
We have a broad fleet of specialist jetting and vacuum combination units, all capable of tackling all types of sewer cleaning tasks. Hydro Cleansing Jetting tankers have moveable partitions which allow them to carry clean water for jetting and collect waste from site to avoid further build-up, at the same time. We work alongside members of the Water Jetting Association and clients alike to provide services and equipment across a variety of works.
Blockages and build-ups of rag, fat, and silt can create unpleasant odour that need to be professionally removed. Hydro Cleansing can remove all blockages including silt and root incursion whether its a fatberg, root damage or older lines causing smelly or slow-moving drains. It is well known that fat, oils and grease (known as FOG) can cause repeat problems, sometimes mixing to cause blockages and ‘fatbergs’ that can lead to flooding. Read our recent blog post here for some of the biggest fatbergs found.
Hydro Cleansing has the expertise and knowledge to tackle any cleaning challenge. From the initial site inspection to the successful completion of a major clean. Hydro Cleansing Limited has 20+ years of experience in active maintenance services to sewerage, water, and other underground infrastructure. We offer a wide-ranging portfolio of professional drain cleaning and sewer cleaning services for commercial, industrial, and residential customers including full 24/7 emergency call-outs.
The HCL Fleet includes a range of tankers suitable for all sewer rehabilitation requirements, our vehicles are capable of a max of 12,000 CFM of suction power and can operate from a distance of 1000m away from the site. The 180˚ pivoting high pressure jetting lance provides optimum ergonomics and ease of use and safety when using the 3500psi Jetting facilities. The control panel pivots with the reel always ensuring the best operating height and angle. If you prefer the standard model HCL Tankers, you will benefit from a tank capacity of 13,500L wastewater sections of the tank. Our Sewer Rehabilitation Fleet allows for full access to Confined Space Engineers, the latest in CCTV Drainage Surveying Equipment and our clients are able to gain access to two of only two of the biggest vehicles in the UK built for this work.
Trenchless Sewer and Drainage repairs are often used in areas where excavation of the damaged pipe is not an option due to excessive depth or closeness to structures or other buildings. Trenchless options are known as Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Internal Point Repair, Chemical Grouting, Internal Seals, and Robotic Repairs. When installing any trenchless solutions we understand there are factors to consider including the location of gravity sewer line, type of damage, and depth.
HCL has over 15 years of working with dig-less sewer and drainage repairs, renovating mainline sewer systems county-wide, and occasionally across entire counties and sites of national importance. As innovators in lining equipment, we are happy to use a variety of sewer renovation techniques including the newest and most innovative: liners cured by UV light are a number of methods we are testing with and installing for a number of corporate clients. Assisting large-scale projects on community infrastructures whilst preserving services as far as possible for customers and the populace is a little we do on a daily basis.
If you have any difficulties with your drain or adjacent drain, for example if it's blocked, contact your local water company as a first step. Here at Hydro Cleansing, we can help to find out who is responsible for your drains, giving expert advice so you know where the obligation lies if your pipes suffer from blocked drains. As the majority of drainage is part of a system underground, it can be difficult to find out what’s really going on, that’s why hiring the expertise of a professional will ensure the problem is dealt with quickly and correctly.
Sewers and horizontal drains connected to the public network were once the responsibility of the property owner. Nonetheless, over the years most are now maintained by local water corporations. When it comes to blocked drains, many house owners are uncertain whether it is their responsibility or that of the local authority to fix them, and we have seen this can cause frustration and a reluctance to action blocked drains and other issues, usually too late.