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Tel: 031 26 26 871   |   |   19 Chelsea Avenue, New Germany, 3610
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Structural liner for pipe repairs

Nu Flow’s patented, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) structural liner system for pipes creates a protective, structural liner inside the existing host pipe system, without digging or destruction to buildings or landscape. This epoxy pipe liner creates a seamless, jointless, pipe-within-a-pipe that is used to rehabilitate deteriorating sanitary drain and storm sewer lines, including mechanical systems, with minimal disruption. Our structural lining technology is best suited for pipe 3/4 inches to 12 inches in diameter with specialty applications available for larger pipe systems.A crucial transition has been the adoption of “inside” underground lining applications for repairs to “outside” pipes where, in the past, those repairs were managed as external trenchless repairs requiring external solutions. CIPP restoration is a non-invasive procedure that uses epoxy inside a liner to create a new pipe inside deteriorated host piping systems and can span missing sections of pipe. Epoxy pipe lining is a long-term solution for leaks and breaks, blockages, root intrusion, calcium build-up, water damage, mold, sewer backups and increases flow capacity.

Benefits of Structural Lining refurbishment of pipes

  • Prevents Root Intrusion and Stops Leaks
  • Restores pipe capacity, Increases Flow
  • No Digging or Destruction
  • Offers the Structural Strength of New Pipes
  • Alternative to Sewer Drain Replacement

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Tel: 031 26 26 871  | Email: | Location: 19 Chelsea Avenue, New Germany, 3610
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