Pressurized Pipe Epoxy Coating
Proprietary restoring process for restoring small diameter pressurized pipes ranges from 1/2" to 12".
When the epoxy coating process is complete, water pressure/flow is restored (often improved). Leaks are eliminated and pipes are protected from future internal corrosion.
1. A certified technician disconnects pressurized system and hooks up hoses.
2. The pipes are dried with compressed warm clean air that is supplied from a compressor.
3. Next, pipe interiors are gently “sandblasted” with garnet grit to remove corrosion and tuberculation build-up and prepare the interior surface with an "Anchor Tooth" for the pressurized pipe to bond with the epoxy.
4. A pressurized test is performed to ensure there are no leaks remaining.
5. Our patented epoxy is blown through the pipes using warm compressed air carrying the epoxy. This process allows the interior pipe to evenly coated, creating a seamless, permanent, and protective barrier.
6. Hoses remain connected while warm compressed air dries and cures the epoxy.
7. Hoses are disconnected and new fixture valve/fittings are installed.
8. A final pressurized test is performed on the system. This test makes certain the system holds pressure and that full water pressure/flow has been reinstated to the system.
9. Service is restored to the pressurized system by turning the water back on.