• "We did a lot of research prior to purchasing a lining system... I honestly believe it’s the best product on the market." - Mike Kolakovic
  • "We can re-line through a 4-inch cast iron clean out, a Y in a 45 and go right to the city main with zero digging, no breaking up the floor." - Jim, Levine & Sons
  • "You can have the liner in and cook 45 minutes. You’re in and out. You know, ambient, could be three to four hours." - George Intile
  • "I just really liked the complete package that you get with Formadrain. I like the fact that we can rehab larger diameters. So basically we do small to large diameter pipe." - Reg Mulligan

The FORMADRAIN System is a steam-cured fiberglass and epoxy liner that is pulled-in-place or pushed-in-place through existing pipes, meaning it can be used to repair underground pipes without any digging. It can repair lateral lines, Lateral-Main-Connections®, spots and process piping.

Unequaled Technology

The Formadrain System utilizes efficient, easy-to-use technology and powerful equipment that no other pipe repair solution can match.

Highlights

  • A Formadrain engineer walks you through all the equipment
  • See the equipment and how it works
  • Safety mechanisms covered
  • Overview of the full process

Case Studies and Testimonials

Plumbers across North American have used the Formadrain System to repair pipes while increasing their profits.

What plumbers say…

  • We went with the product because we can do the 4 to 6 transitions without measuring.
  • The support we get from the staff is second to none.
  • I honestly believe it’s the best product on the market.

See It In Action

Watch the video here for a complete overview of the Formadrain System.

Highlights

  • Full preparation of the system and all components
  • Watch an actual installation and repair
  • Interview with Formadrain engineer
  • Every step of the system shown

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