Trenchless Pipe Lining In Anderson, IN
Pipeline emergencies were once extremely stressful processes that took weeks to resolve, with extensive levels of labor and property damage that was left for the customers to pay for after the job was completed. At NuFlow Indy, we have a no-dig solution to get the job done. With our trenchless technologies, we restore your pipelines to full functionality in a matter of hours. We are pleased to offer trenchless pipe lining services for our customers in Anderson and the nearby communities for residential properties and commercial establishments.
Before we begin the trenchless pipe lining process, our experienced technicians use special, modernized cameras to inspect the inside of your pipelines.Through this process, we are able to conclude with a completely accurate diagnosis of the condition of your pipelines and the source of the problems. The data we gather also provides us with vital information regarding the age of the soil, the type of pipeline material used to construct the pipe, and the quality of the pipeline while allowing us to compile a blueprint of the network of pipelines. With this knowledge of the layout of the pipes, as well as the condition of the pipes, we can determine the best solution for not only solving the problem, but take into account the best methods for performing the fixes that will preserve your property and not cause further damage to the pipelines.
Prior to the pipe lining, the pipes are cleared of trapped debris and calcified matter along the walls with highly pressurized blasts of water ejected from a specialized nozzle in a process known as hydro jetting. This process will disintegrate foreign materials, grease, and food particles and force the debris to flow to the municipal sewer system, restoring the pipelines to their original diameter and priming them for our trenchless pipe lining process.
Our trenchless pipe lining work is based in the inversion method and pulled-in-place methods, both of which are processes that allow us to install the epoxy resin liner directly into the pipeline itself. Our inversion method requires only a single access point to be employed and is capable of lining hundreds of feet worth of new piping material within minutes. Our pull-in-place method, more practical for small-scale fixes, involves inserting a liner coated with special epoxy resin into the pipe and placing it in position, with two access points established to insert the liner through end and remove it from the other. The resin is cured and forms a new pipe within the old pipe, and within a few hours, your system will be restored. The new pipes are seamless, jointless, and last for fifty years or more. The original flow of waste and water pressure will be improved significantly because of the smoothness of the pipe, preventing clogs and waste buildup from forming.