The mixing of resin and hardener has a decisive influence on the quality of the rehabilitation.
Only when resin and hardener are mixed in the correct ratio and homogeneously, the cured liner will achieve the desired static properties. When mixing, special care must be taken to ensure that no air is introduced into the resin. Air bubbles in the resin can lead to blowholes and leaks. To avoid this, it is advisable to use a slow-running, double blade mixer, which mixes the resin from bottom to top.