Epoxy Pipe Lining
Steel HVAC pipes that run 300 feet from one heating and cooling tank to a return tank within the plant. The 4″ diameter pipes are located four feet underground, surrounded by 480 volts of electrical conduit lines. The pipe system is more than 30 years old.
An evaluation of the steel HVAC pipes that run throughout the plant revealed a lot of interior corrosion. These 4″ diameter pipes are located four feet underneath concrete, surrounded by 480 volts of electrical conduit lines. The customer wanted to rehabilitate the pipes but without touching the electrical lines.
The aged HVAC pipe system inside this multi-story office building had to be repaired, but since some of the pipes are hidden inside walls and other inaccessible areas, the building engineers looked for an in-situ pipe lining process. The black iron pipes have 8″ through 12″ diameters.
Approximately 2,000 feet of HVAC pipes. These black iron pipes have 8″, 10″ and 12″ diameters and include dozens of elbows. The pipes are hidden inside walls and other challenging places.
The chiller pipes experienced heavy corrosion and scale build-up that reduced their efficiency. There was also the threat of leaks, which could damage the building. The customer wanted to and a long-term solution that would not cause
destruction or business downtime.
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 indoor pool in this beautiful hotel experienced unidentifiable leaks, so the customer was burdened with the cost and inconvenience to rell the pool daily. The customer was also greatly concerned about where this leaking water was going and what negative effect it could have on the property. While a traditional repipe would have caused a messy nightmare for the hotel, Nu Flow’s long-term, in-place pipe lining technology was the ideal solution.
The aged PVC lines for this home’s backyard poolexperiencedcracks and leaks. The precise locations of the cracks couldnot be traced using the normal tracing wire procedure, so allof the pipes had to be repaired. A re-pipe would have involvedripping up the backyard, which was not desirable
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.