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Here at Drainage Care, we can provide complete industrial drainage services for all kinds of environments. Our experienced team can deliver long-term drains services for a range of industrial spaces across the South West of England. We can not only maintain and repair existing drains, we can install new industrial drainage systems where required.
A low-quality drainage system can have long-term and potentially hazardous effects across your industrial property. If you want to avoid serious damage and costly repairs, get in touch with our team of drainage specialists and engineers today. We can work with you to resolve any problems with your industrial drains, including blockages, cracked pipes and tree root intrusions.
What are the Common Problems Related to Industrial Drainage?
There are all kinds of issues which can develop with your industrial drainage systems. These systems are vulnerable to the same kinds of problems as other drainage solutions. However, they are often placed under a great deal more stress than other drains. Just some of the most common problems that any kind of drainage system can suffer from include:
Blocked Drains – Blockages in drain pipes are an extremely common problem for all kinds of properties. They can be caused by a wide range of materials and debris entering your system. This is a serious and common issue for all kinds of commercial and industrial properties. These drainage systems will be required to deal with a high volume of water and waste of various types.
In these larger properties, it can be extremely difficult to control the kinds of waste that enter your drains. Employees and visitors can flush and dispose of all kinds of personal waste without having to worry about maintaining the drains. Some of the most common causes of industrial drains blockages include:
- Toilet Roll and Kitchen Roll.
- Wet Wipes and Baby Wipes.
- Feminine Products.
- Food Debris.
- Fats, Oils and Greases.
Tree Root Intrusion – Tree roots can enter your drains extremely easily. They will be naturally drawn to the water and nutrients inside your pipes. These tree roots need only the smallest of cracks or loose connections to enter. Once inside, the tree roots will grow quickly and can easily cause serious blockages. In some cases, these roots can even cause substantial damage to the interior of the drain pipes themselves.
Collapsed Drain Pipes – Whenever a drain pipe collapses, it can cause serious problems for your industrial site. It will allow water to leak out from the pipe into the surrounding area. As such, it can cause substantial damage to your property’s foundations. Collapsed pipes are also a common cause of subsidence, water logging and standing water.
Why are Industrial Drainage Systems More Dangerous than Commercial Drains?
Industrial drains are required to handle a wide range of potentially hazardous materials. These drains can be required to deal with a wide range of materials and waste, including human waste, food waste and more. However, they can also be required to deal with harsher, more industrial waste including cleaning agents, chemicals and more.
Industrial drainage needs a professional team to ensure that it operates at its peak efficiency. Failing to do so can lead to a wide range of potential problems across your industrial site.
For Industrial Drainage Systems, Get in Touch with Drainage Care Today
Here at Drainage Care, our experienced team can deliver a wide range of industrial drainage services. We can deliver reliable repair and maintenance services to eliminate any issues you might be experiencing. If your drains require it, we can also provide complete replacement solutions for individual pipes or entire systems.
In the past, we have worked on the industrial drainage systems of a variety of properties, including:
- Trading and Industrial Estates.
- Power Stations.
- Waste Processing Plants.
Before we conduct any work on your drains, we will normally conduct a detailed CCTV drain survey. A CCTV drain survey will help us to identify the exact problem and the location of any blockages, fractures or loose connections in your system.
You can get in touch with our experienced team of industrial engineers by calling us directly. You can reach us on 0800 193 9973. If you prefer, you can email any questions or concerns that you might have through our simple online contact form. Just leave us your message and contact information, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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