Does your home or facility have a history of pinhole leaks, low water pressure or unusually high water bills? Before you tear open your walls or ceilings solve your water pipe problems with a non-invasive pipe solution – epoxy barrier coating.
How do you know if you have a water pipe problem? After all, these pipes live hidden behind walls, under floors, and in your ceilings. Similar to when we get sick, there are symptoms that appear beforehand – potable pipes react the same way. Know the signs of a failing potable pipe by identifying the symptoms.
Common Signs of Water Pipe Failures
- Low water pressure
- Water damage in walls, ceilings or floors
- Red or brown water
- Significantly increased water utility bill
Luckily, there are non-invasive solutions that can solve your water pipe problems – helping you avoid a conventional re-pipe that involves tearing through your walls, ceilings, and floors. Beyond avoiding a construction zone in your home or facility there are many reasons to consider using an epoxy pipe coating solution.
- Long term solution against pinhole leaks and corrosion
- Helps improve the flow of the pipe system
- Uses existing pressurized pipe systems
- Protects against lead and buildup
Learn more about the benefits of epoxy barrier coatings here.
SPT’s epoxy barrier coating product and process is patented and holds industry approved standards and certifications. How is epoxy pipe coatings installed in a water pipe system?
First, the area that is causing low water pressure or water damage in the walls, floors, or ceilings is identified.
The pipe is cleaned and heated so that the epoxy coating will adhere to the internal pipe surface.
After the epoxy coating has cured, a final leak test and inspection is performed. Water quality, volume, and flow are monitored and tested.
Our epoxy pipe coating solution is not only designed for potable pipes. This kind of epoxy can be used on a variety of pressurized pipe systems.
Epoxy Pipe Coating Applications
- Potable and gray water
- HVAC Systems
- Fire Suppression
- Compressed Air Systems
- Conduit Piping
- Water Risers
- Water Mains
- Lead Service Lines
Whether you’ve encountered water damage resulting from a pinhole leak or the pipes in your fire suppression systems are corroding – the applications for epoxy barrier coatings are numerous. Before you tear open walls or floors consider using a non-invasive epoxy pipe coating solution instead.