Having recruited a lining manager and two more lining operatives in 2020, Jet Aire is recruiting patching engineers to join its dedicated services in ‘no-dig’ drainage remediation. The move follows a recent £200,000 investment in further resources for trenchless maintenance, including additional CCTV drain survey cameras, new cutting equipment and the latest ultraviolet lining system from Swedish manufacturer, UV Relining, which enables the internal reinforcement of smaller and more complex pipe structures without expensive and disruptive excavation.
Sales & Marketing Director, Jamie Swan, said:
“Trenchless techniques are well established as best practice where feasible in drainage maintenance. Jet Aire have invested heavily in our no-dig resources over the past few years and we offer a full portfolio of trenchless solutions, including cure-in-place pipe reinforcements, commonly known as CIPP patching and CIPP lining. We have experienced a substantial increase in demand for these solutions across a wide range of sectors, including facilities management, energy, chemical processing, retail, utilities, highways, transport and infrastructure. It is likely to be one of the fastest-growing areas of our business in the coming years.”
Jet Aire Services provides a range of professional drainage solutions including CCTV surveys, high-pressure water jetting, sewer cleansing and clearance, tankering, waste disposal, CIPP patching and lining, UV lining, infiltration sealing, robotic cutting and root cutting. Accredited and approved by many of the environmental and drainage industry’s leading bodies, the company also holds both ISO9001 and ISO14001 internationally recognised standards for Quality Management as well as OHSAS 18001 certification for Occupational Health and Safety Management.