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.
Portland Community College had potable copper and galvanized pipes that experienced leaks. After an impressive job on the first campus, the customer hired Nu Flow to line potable pipes,ranging from 1/2” to 4” width, on three other campuses.
One of the student housing buildings experienced leaks in itspotable copper pipes. Built-up corrosion had caused pinhole leaks in the pipes, which were 1/2” to 2” wide.
This elementary school experienced rusty water and low flow in its potable water system, which is made up of 1/2″ to 2″galvanized pipes located under slab. The customer had to improve the water quality but did not want the work to disrupting classes.
Nu Flow technician crews were on the job site 7 days a week for 6 weeks straight so that the work was completed before Summer break ended. Nu Flow’s patented blown-in epoxy coating was applied to the pipe system to prevent lead leeching, pinhole leaks and other failures.
Use Nu Line epoxy pipe lining to line all of the cold water pipe systems in-place within this on-campus apartment complex before the summer break ends.