Over 400 feet of 6″ and 200 feetof 8″ galvanized water mains, from the pump room to vertical risers that extend upand through the travertine-covered walls,the ceiling of the main lobby and throughthe ceiling of a restaurant
The time share units that were built in the 1980s experienced chronic pinhole leaks and slab leaks, which caused mold damage and destruction to the rooms. Welk Resort was spending hundreds of thousands of dollars per year on Band-Aid-type fixes to these problems. In order to alleviate that financial burden
and constant annoyance, the customer decided to investin an effective, long-term solution to prevent future pipesystem failures for the resident
Extremely corrosive and aggressive water caused the various potable pipe system problems. The 2” and 3”potable line for the eye wash was so corroded that it gave out red water. The 8” and 10” potable lines for the reverse osmosis system had rust and debris, which the customer feared would cause damage. The potable lines for the office building experienced corrosion and rusty water as well. The pipe systems had to be protected against such aggressive water.
The contractor of an under-construction, 11,000-square-foot residence was referred to Nu Flow to protect the new home’s copper, underground potable system from corrosion and pinhole leaks, which are very common in copper pipes due to the natural corrosiveness of potable water.
The galvanized steel potable water lines that run beneath thecountry villa experienced pinhole leaks. The 1 1/4” diameter pipes are 30 years old. The pinhole leaks were located under the home’s garden, so a traditional re-pipe was not an option.
Leaks can occur at the most inconvenient times and in the most challenging places. The leak’s location should not determine the quality of the fix. Nu Flow has the technology to rehabilitate your property’s failing pipe system, nomatter where the pipes are located, without requiring subsequent renovation to the building or landscape around it.
This historic apartment complex’s 80-year-old galvanized and copper potable pipes experienced pinhole leaks, low flow and would not provide hot water due to heavy corrosion. The strata sought after an effective long-term solution that
was also cost-effective, quick and not destructive
The residents at Salerno Apartments were frustrated with their potable pipe system failures. When installing new water heaters did not restore their hot water, the strata knew that there was a serious problem with the pipes. The
residents needed their potable pipe system fixed in a cost-effective, timely manner without causing damage to the historic property.
The middle school’s aged, potable main line was badly corroded and experienced pinhole leaks. The cold water line was partially beneath roads and the school did not want to tear up the roads in order to restore the pipe line.
This luxury condominium, which consists of 190 units in 18 buildings and overlooks the famous Del Mar Racetrack,experienced constant pinhole leaks in the potable system. These copper pipes range 1/2″ to 1″ in diameter and are located in walls and under slabs in the units.