CIPP Cured in Place Pipe Lining

Pipe lining is the most cost effective and convenient solution for problem pipes. Feel free to contact Nu Flow today to discuss your pipe problems.

  • COST EFFECTIVE
  • NO EXCAVATION
  • NO DIGGING
  • ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE
  • FIX LEAKS
  • PREVENT TREE ROOT INTRUSION

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WHAT IS PIPE RELINING?

Breakthroughs in the field of science and engineering over past decades have resulted in  innovative and environmentally-friendly pipe repair technologies. Making it possible for broken pipes to be repaired from the inside without the need to dig at all.

Known as trenchless repairs, old pipes (or their remnants) are usually let in place while a new pipe (often made with tough durable composite epoxy resin materials) is simply formed or situated inside or around them. With no need to excavate, dig or destroy, trenchless repair strategies such as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) relining usually gives clients more cost-effective and convenient solutions for troublesome pipes, and results in significantly fewer negative impacts.

WHAT IS CIPP RELINING?

One of the most popular ways of repairing or rehabilitating pipes without digging is CIPP (cured-in-place) pipe relining. Put simply, advanced composite resin materials are inserted into failing pipes to repair damage, improve flow and extend the life of the pipe. For pipes needing structural strength (i.e. beneath roads or driveways) a liner impregnated with the epoxy resins is pulled or pushed into place before being cured rock hard.

These structural and non-structural relining processes are suitable for pipes carrying rain water, waste, grey water, chemical (trade) applications and industrial applications.

THE BENEFITS OF PIPE RELINING

TRENCHLESS PIPE REPAIR CIPP RELINING CAN:

  • Fix leaks and prevent tree root intrusion
  • Assist with prevention of blocked drains
  • Eliminate digging, excavation and destruction
  • Increase effectiveness and fluid flow rate

  • Reduce the risk of potential damage to other services cause by excavation
  • Provide a structural repair – even to sections where no pipe exists
  • Be used in situations where pipes have junctions, bends, and transitions in diameter

  • Can be used to repair pipes of almost any material (PVC, concrete, clay, copper, cast, steel, etc)
  • Repair pipes conveying chemicals, high temperature fluids, waste, and more
  • Usually result in simpler and more cost-effective solutions than digging and repairing or replacing the damaged pipes.

NU FLOW’S PIPE RELINING METHODS

One of the most popular ways of repairing or rehabilitating pipes without digging is CIPP (cured-in-place) pipe relining. Put simply, advanced composite epoxy resin materials are inserted into failing pipes to repair damage, improve flow, and extend the life of the pipe. For pipes needing structural strength (i.e. beneath roads or driveways) a liner impregnated with epoxy resins is pushed or pulled into the pipe to cure, forming a new pipe lining that will keep it operating successfully for years to come.

These structural and non-structural relining processes are suitable for pipes carrying waste, storm water, rain, chemical (trade) applications and industrial applications.

Our pipe relining methods are tailored to suit each unique repair, and vary depending upon the type of pipe, the climate, other environmental conditions, the operational needs of the client and the built structures or services in the immediate area.

We use CCTV camera equipment to locate the issue, then we use highly specialized tools to clear the pipes and prepare them for relining.

NU DRAIN IS SUITED TO A WIDE RANGE OF PIPING SYSTEMS, INCLUDING:

Mains, horizontal laterals, vertical stacks, sanitary systems, storm/roof drains, vent systems, processed/industrial/chemical piping, other waste systems, residential & commercial properties, industrial, municipal, federal properties, swimming pools

COMMON TYPES OF PIPE THAT CAN BE REPAIRED INCLUDE:

Clay, concrete, metal, iron, cast, steel, PVC, fiberglass. We will look at all types of pipes and try to develop a solution for every unique scenario

COMMON PIPE PROBLEMS WE REPAIR INCLUDE:

Tree root intrusion, bottom gone, mis-aligned, offsets, water intrusion, missing pipe, broken pipe, partially collapsed pipe

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CIPP PIPE LINING

Utilizing cutting-edge technology, trenchless sewer repair has never been easier. With trenchless sewer repair, the need for digging trenches is eliminated, all that is needed is an access point hole to allow for equipment.

Repairing or replacing sewer pipes is already a headache and an inconvenience that you have to worry about. Make the process easy and cost effective by using NuFlow’s technology that accesses the sewer system through one or two entrance points. The best part is that your business or family can go about their daily routine with little to no disruption. In addition to saving time and money, trenchless sewer repair prolongs the life of your system, eliminates costly backups and improves water flow since pipes are lined with our patented, environmentally friendly epoxy that stands up to the challenge of everyday use. We are proud to offer these techniques while not disturbing plants, trees, or bushes that can be habitat for wildlife.

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    Examples of Applicable Pipe Systems

    Nu Flow's trenchless nu-drain epoxy lining (CIPP) allows us to restore and Re-Nu aged, corroded piping systems to a “better than new” condition without removing them

    TYPICAL TYPES OF PIPE PROBLEMS WE SEE EVERYDAY

    • Broken, cracked, offset or collapsed pipes
    • Damaged sewer lines due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, tec.
    • Grease blockages and build-ups or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and or cleaning of the sewer line.
    • Corrosion: the sewer pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing sections of the pipe to be missing, bottom of the pipe to be gone, pipe to collapse and restrict flow
    • Leaking joints: The seals between pipes have broken, allowing into the area surrounding the pipe.
    • Bellied pipe: A section of the sewer pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
    • Roots in a fewer line: Tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer pipe, preventing normal cleaning and/or roots have damaged the pipe
    • Off-grade pipe: Existing pipes are constructed of substandard or outdated material that may have deteriorated or corroded or the ground where the pipe was installed has changed the level of the pipe has changed.

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