At Lining & Coating Solutions, we offer pipe coating as the preferred solution for keeping your pipes efficient while protecting them from corrosion. We don’t dig trenches to perform this procedure; instead, we only require small access points to the pipes in order to conduct the repair process, making it discreet and convenient for business owners in Tennessee. We service all types and sizes of commercial, residential, industrial properties, and municipalities.
How Does The Pipe Coating Process Start?
Pipe coating starts with a video inspection, a process that allows our technician to spot any additional damage to the pipes, such as cracks and leaks. It can also help them find other weakened portions.
With waterproof cameras that can inspect up to 1,500 feet of pipe, hidden or small damaged areas are easier to find and this can help prevent future disasters. If weakened portions or leaks are left untreated, this could result in the leak growing and new ones could form in the corroded areas. This could result in higher water bills and even water damage, making the inspection is an important part of the process. This video is played back to the technician through a portable screen while on site, which allows for the repair method to be adjusted as needed.
After the video inspection, the pipe needs to be cleaned. This removes old debris that could be interfering with your water flow or could be forming clogs. It can also create an unsteady surface for the epoxy to adhere to.
How We Apply The Pipe Coating Inside Of Commercial Pipelines
This epoxy resin is a Dura-Plate 6100 high-performance epoxy that can help prepare your pipe for wastewater contact. Using the Dura-Plate 6100 high-performance epoxy protective coating system, we can prime and line tanks of various sizes allowing them to accept wastewater in no time. Using only top-of-the-line procedures and products, we can sandblast, smooth, and line your tanks with minimal disruption to the surrounding infrastructures and traffic flow.
The resin is applied by using conditioned air to distribute the resin evenly throughout the pipe. This creates a barrier between the water and the pipe walls, as well as a protective lining against corrosion. Once the lining process begins the tank will be coated with epoxy and allowed to cure, minimizing the downtime for your facility as there is no expensive excavation and removal of an old tank. The epoxy resin cures in roughly twenty-four hours before the pipe is ready for usage.
The Benefits Of Pipe Coating In Tennessee
This standardized and easy process has multiple benefits that it offers customers, including:
- Restores and increases water flow capacity
- Strengthens the pipeline
- Affordable repair solution
- Extends the lifespan of the pipes
Call Lining & Coating Solutions For Affordable & Non-Invasive Pipeline Repair Services Today
At Lining & Coating Solutions, we strive to provide our customers across Tennessee with reliable and innovative services. With our pipe coating methods, we keep your pipes running smoothly so that your business can thrive. If you’d also like to schedule an inspection or discuss our other repair methods, call Lining & Coating Solutions today, and we look forward to speaking with you.