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PBF Drainage Services Ltd, Unit 27, Rothersthorpe Crescent, Northampton, NN4 8JD


PBF Drainage Services Ltd, Northampton, Northamptonshire, Nationwide, United Kingdom, Europe.


Blue-Light LED Systems, Trenchless pipe repairs, Full length lining, patch repair, CIPP), cured-in-place-pipe, lateral cutting, CCTV surveying, HP jetting, Specialist no dig repairs, CCTV drain surveys, HPWJ, high pressure water jetting, pipe repair specialists, clearing blockages, descaling, root cutting, fog removal, fats, oils and grease.

PBF Drainage Services Ltd
PBF Drainage Services Ltd

Specialist in no-dig-repair and pipe rehabilitation, drain lining and lateral cutting.  Also, specialists in blue light curing methods.

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PBF Drainage Services Ltd
PBF Drainage Services Ltd

Specialist in no-dig-repair and pipe rehabilitation, drain lining and lateral cutting.  Also, specialists in blue light curing methods.

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PBF Drainage Services Ltd
PBF Drainage Services Ltd

Specialist in no-dig-repair and pipe rehabilitation, drain lining and lateral cutting.  Also, specialists in blue light curing methods.

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Established in 2012 PBF Drainage Services Ltd have become one of the most highly respected drainage companies in the country, due to our unparalleled customer service. Our knowledge has come from extensive experience within the industry and our careful selection of staff. As a company we carry out extensive training, to ensure all our staff are fully capable to carry out their duties, in a professional, cost-effective way, under the strictest of health and safety procedures. Working alongside some of the largest companies in the UK PBF Drainage Services Ltd have the skill set and back up to support any sized project you may have. For all your drainage needs please call one of our team to discuss your requirements. From our centrally based location in Northampton, we work throughout the UK and Europe providing a one stop shop for your project large or small. Listed below are some of the services we provide:


PBF Drainage Services Ltd, are specialists in the use of bluelight LED Systems. Bluelight is the newest method of curing CIPP installations. Simple, cost effective, safe, and stress free CIPP lining solutions using the latest in technology using a system developed by installers for installers.

* The use of an LED light head that is passed through the resin impregnated material which is inverted through the damaged section of pipe, the LED lights then cure the resin which leaves a new pipe within the host pipe.

* Between 90% and 99% CO2 saving compared to heat curing systems.

* Minimum of 50-year life expectancy.

* 300,000m of live installations and 10 years of practical development, already carried out meaning this is a proven technology.

* Full European patent (EP 2 129 956 B1)


Small van mounted equipment used in smaller diameter pipes. Our van packs are capable of cleaning a 225mm pipe. Operating at 3600psi 16gpm lengths of 100m can be worked in. Ideal for clearing blockages, descaling, root cutting, and fog removal (fats, oils and grease). These jetting units are mounted in 3.5t MWB Vehicles so can work where larger truck mounted equipment can’t get to.


With the latest camera systems on the market all fully portable systems. This enables access to all areas where vehicle access is limited. All our systems run off either compact silent generator systems or battery power reducing noise pollution allowing work to continue with minimal disruption during unsociable hours. Our main line camera systems have the capability of working within pipe diameters of 150mm – 3000mm with full pan and rotate camera lenses, fully steerable and auto height adjustment, these cameras can negotiate bends and obstacles in larger diameter pipes reducing abandoned surveys due to debris or diameter changes midway through a pipe length. Explosive atmospheres or high-risk areas are not a problem for our systems as they are fully ATEX compliant and certified for work in these areas.


This is a method used where pipe conditions or site condition do not allow for conventional repair methods. We use an epoxy type resin that is resistant to most chemicals and is incredibly hard wearing. This is applied via rotating brushes that coat the internal surfaces of the pipe. Thickness’s of up to 10mm can be applied if required and in pipe diameters of 30mm – 150mm larger pipes can be coated if required using specially made attachments. This system is ideal for coating of cast iron pipework, air conditioning ducts, water pipes of varying materials and traditional clay and concrete pipes. It is also used where traditional methods can’t overcome multiple bends or where heat can't be used to cure liners and standard resins could potentially cause fumes to enter the property during the curing process.

The benefits of a CCTV drainage survey are spectacular in defining an accurate report with real time footage of your drainage system.

Trenchless drain relining methods such as (CIPP), a cured-in-place-pipe. Is created by an epoxy layered liner which does not involve digging a trench.  Benefits? Less noise, cleaner and overall, more convenient. 

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How Drainage Systems Can Fail - Weather Erosion. 
When an emergency arises with our drainage, be it a blocked toilet or an over flowing drain on our property. High pressure water jetting will be the tool to unblock it!

The benefits for using high pressure water  

jetting is valuable in maintaining the integrity and continuity of your drainage pipes, and to keep them flowing. 

Moss, leaves, and dirt can build up in our guttering over time, and with a steady stream of rain, It will eventually be channeled down into our gullies. If not cleaned properly and checked regularly, it will back up surface water and create pooling and flooding.  Damp saturation, mold, cracks, slip hazards, ground movement or erosion can all occur over time. This can also lead to pipe collapse symptoms, with sustained heavy rainfall, extreme cold, and heat, all expanding and contraction effects.